Dendrothrips

Mound, Laurence A. & Tree, Desley J., 2016, Genera of the leaf-feeding Dendrothripinae of the world (Thysanoptera, Thripidae), with new species from Australia and Sulawesi, Indonesia, Zootaxa 4109 (5), pp. 569-582: 572

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4109.5.5

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scientific name

Dendrothrips
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Key to Dendrothrips   species from Australia

1. Body and antennal segments I –II almost entirely white, female with head dark brown dorsally but white ventrally ( Fig. 15 View FIGURES 9 – 19 )............................................................................................ viticola   sp.n.

-. Body never white, at least antennal segment II and pterothorax brown, if abdomen pale then with small dark spots on tergites..................................................................................................... 2

2. Head with ocellar region reticulate ( Fig. 20 View FIGURES 20 – 27 )............................................................... 3

-. Head with ocellar region lacking distinct reticulation......................................................... 4

3. Fore wing largely pale with three weak transverse darker markings.......................................... glynn

-. Fore wing extensively dark but with basal fifth sharply pale............................................. williamsi  

4. Fore wing clavus uniformly brown ( Fig. 8 View FIGURES 1 – 8 )................................................................. 5

-. Fore wing clavus mainly pale, with either base or apex brown.................................................. 6

5. Antennal segment III almost as pale as IV and V; pronotal reticles delimited by pale, flange-like ridges (cf. Fig. 18 View FIGURES 9 – 19 )..................................................................................................... diaspora

-. Antennal segment III dark brown, in contrast to yellow IV and V; pronotal reticles delimited by bold sculpture lines ( Fig. 5 View FIGURES 1 – 8 )........................................................................................... julatteni   sp.n.

6. Clavus pale with base dark, fore wing uniformly deeply shaded with base sharply pale; pronotum transverse reticles with inter- nal markings..................................................................................... howei

-. Clavus pale with only apex dark, fore wing not deeply shaded; pronotum without (or with weak) markings between lines of sculpture........................................................................................... 7

7. Fore wing pale, with several small darker markings; ocellar triangle with finely tuberculate sculpture ( Fig. 9 View FIGURES 9 – 19 ); antennae 7 -seg- mented, segments III –IV much paler than V –VI ( Fig. 11 View FIGURES 9 – 19 )........................................... notelaea   sp.n.

-. Fore wing weakly but uniformly shaded with base slightly paler; ocellar triangle sculptured with weak irregular lines ( Fig. 18 View FIGURES 9 – 19 ); antennae 9 -segmented, segments III –VI uniformly light brown ( Fig. 16 View FIGURES 9 – 19 )............................... victoriae   sp.n.