Hoplandrothrips

 Female Hoplandrothrips armiger, from Thrips of California.

Belongs within: Phlaeothripidae.

Hoplandrothrips is a diverse genus of thrips that are mostly fungus-feeders on dead plant branches, though members of one species group induce leaf roll galls (Mound & Marullo 1996).

Characters (from Mound & Marullo 1996): Antennae eight-segmented, segment III with three (rarely two) sense cones, segment IV with four sense cones; mouth cone long and pointed, extending across prosternum; maxillary stylets usually retracted to eyes, close together medially; prosternal basantra usually not present, probasisternal plates large; male fore femora with an apical tubercle, fore tarsal tooth present in both sexes; metathoracic sterno-pleural sutures usually absent; forewing with small median constriction, or pocket; pelta bell-shaped; sternal glandular area of males differing in size and shape between species.

<==Hoplandrothrips Hood 1912 [incl. Pathothrips Hood 1937, Phloeobiothrips Hood 1925]MM96
    |--H. jennei (Jones 1912) (see below for synonymy)MM96
    |--H. affinis Hood 1915MM96
    |--H. albipes Hood 1952MM96
    |--H. angustatus Hood 1927MM96
    |--H. armiger (Jones 1912) [=Phlaeothrips armiger; incl. H. sycamorensis Mason 1926]MM96
    |--H. bellicosus Johansen 1979MM96
    |--H. brasiliensis Hood 1954MM96
    |--H. brunneicornis Bagnall 1917MM96
    |--H. caudatus Hood 1938MM96
    |--H. chapmani (Hood 1927) [=Phloeothrips chapmani]MM96
    |--H. costano Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. cubicola Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. erythrinae (Priesner 1925) [=Phloeothrips erythrinae]MM96
    |--H. flavipes Bagnall 1923MM96
    |--H. forbesi (Hood 1940) [=Phlaeothrips forbesi]MM96
    |--H. fusciflavus Hood 1952MM96
    |--H. fuscusMDT13
    |--H. gynandrus Hood 1927MM96
    |--H. huastecus Johansen 1981MM96
    |--H. insolens (Hood 1912) [=Phloeothrips insolens. Phloeobiothrips insolens]MM96
    |--H. irretius Kono 1964MM96
    |--H. juniperinus (Hood 1912) [=Phloeothrips juniperinus; incl. H. proximus Hood 1927]MM96
    |--H. lepidus Johansen 1979MM96
    |--H. lissonotus Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. longirostris Hood 1954MM96
    |--H. mcateei Hood 1915MM96
    |--H. microps (Hood 1912) [=Phloeothrips microps]MM96
    |--H. nasutus Hood 1957MM96
    |--H. neovulcaniensis Johansen 1983MM96
    |--H. nigricestus Hood 1933MM96
    |--H. olmecanus Johansen 1976MM96
    |--H. ommatus Hood 1952MM96
    |--H. pallens Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. pergandei (Hinds 1902) [=Phloeothrips pergandei; incl. P. funebris Hood 1912]MM96
    |--H. picticornis (Crawford 1939) [=Phlaeothrips picticornis]MM96
    |--H. proteus Hood 1937 [=H. (*Pathothrips) proteus]MM96
    |--H. quadriconusBWM13
    |--H. quercuspumilae Watson 1920MM96
    |--H. raptor (Crawford 1910) [=Phloeothrips raptor]MM96
    |--H. russelli Hood 1915MM96
    |--H. rusticus Johansen 1979MM96
    |--H. salicacearum Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. scutellaris Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. sides (Moulton 1933) [=Phloeothrips sides]MM96
    |--H. symmetricus Hood 1942MM96
    |--H. tarascus Johansen 1981MM96
    |--H. tumiceps (Hood 1925) [=*Phloeobiothrips tumiceps]MM96
    |--H. uzeli (Hinds 1902) [=Phloeothrips uzeli]MM96
    |--H. variegatus Hood 1952MM96
    |--H. vazquezae Johansen 1986MM96
    |--H. virago Hood 1931MM96
    |--H. xanthocnemisMDT13
    `--H. xanthopoides Bagnall 1917 [incl. Phloeothrips reynei Priesner 1923]MM96

Hoplandrothrips jennei (Jones 1912) [=Phloeothrips jennei; incl. P. floridensis Watson 1913, Hoplandrothrips lateralis Stannard 1963, P. (*Hoplandrothrips) xanthopus Hood 1912]MM96

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

[BMW13] Buckman, R. S., L. A. Mound & M. F. Whiting. 2013. Phylogeny of thrips (Insecta: Thysanoptera) based on five molecular loci. Systematic Entomology 38: 123–133.

[MDT13] Mound, L. A., L.-H. Dang & D. J. Tree. 2013. Genera of fungivorous Phlaeothripinae (Thysanoptera) from dead branches and leaf-litter in Australia. Zootaxa 3681 (3): 201–224.

[MM96] Mound, L. A., & R. Marullo. 1996. The thrips of Central and South America: an introduction (Insecta: Thysanoptera). Memoirs on Entomology, International 6: 1–487.

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