Tainarys schini Brèthes,

Burckhardt, Daniel & Queiroz, Dalva L., 2017, The jumping plant-lice of the Neotropical genus Tainarys (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) associated with Anacardiaceae, Zootaxa 4232 (4), pp. 535-567: 562-563

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Tainarys schini Brèthes
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Tainarys schini Brèthes 

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Tainarys schini Brèthes, 1920: 133  .

Material examined. Argentina: 7 ♂, 6 ♀, 1 immature, Buenos Aires, Rauch , 2.v. 2 0 0 2, Schinus longifolia (A. M.   

Vincini) (NHMB, dry and slide mounted, in 70% ethanol); 1 ♂, 19 immatures, same but Ranchos , Schinus longifolia  ( NHMB, dry and slide mounted, in 70% ethanol).— Uruguay  : 1 ♀, Salto, 10 km N of Salto, near Uruguay river, 22.x.1973 (D. H. Habeck) ( FSCA, dry mounted). 

Descriptions of adult and immature by Burckhardt (1987).

Distribution. Argentina (Buenos Aires), Uruguay (Montevideo, Salto) ( Brèthes 1920; Lizer 1943; Burckhardt 1987; Burckhardt & Basset 2000).

Host plant. Schinus longifolia (Lindl.) Speg.  ( Anacardiaceae  ) (reported as Molle de Incienso, Schinus dependens Ortega  , S. fasciculata (Griseb.) I.M. Johnst.  or S polygama (Cav.) Cabrera  ). Producing barrel-shaped leaf margin rolls ( Brèthes 1920; Lizer 1943; Lizer & Molle 1945; Burckhardt & Basset 2000). The taxonomy of Schinus polygama  is confused and the name was used in the literature for several Schinus  species. True S. polygama  occurs in Chile and Argentina (Mendoza) and is replaced in eastern Argentina and Uruguay by other species such as S. longifolia  (C. L. da Silva, pers. comm.). Judging from the illustration the S. dependens  cited by Brèthes (1920) is S. longifolia  . It is likely that T. schini  also uses other Schinus  species as host but more field work is required to confirm this.

Comments. The records of Tainarys schini  from Uruguay (Rocha) by Burckhardt & Basset (2000) and from Brazil (Santa Catarina) by Burckhardt & Queiroz (2012) are misidentifications of T. didyma  .

NHMB

Naturhistorisches Museum, Basel

FSCA

Florida State Collection of Arthropods, The Museum of Entomology

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Aphalaridae

Genus

Tainarys

Loc

Tainarys schini Brèthes

Burckhardt, Daniel & Queiroz, Dalva L. 2017
2017
Loc

Tainarys schini Brèthes, 1920 : 133

Brethes 1920: 133