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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3765.3.3

Thysanoptera intercepted in the Netherlands on plant products from Ethiopia, with description of two new species of the genus Thrips

GIJSBERTUS VIERBERGEN

Abstract


An overview is given of 18 Thysanoptera species found on Ethiopian cut flowers, cuttings and vegetables during import inspection in the Netherlands. Consignments consisted mostly of cut flowers, in total belonging to twelve plant genera. Details on geographical distribution and host plants of the thrips encountered are given, and two are newly described: T. cacuminis sp. n. and T. dezeeuwi sp. n. The results do not give any serious indication of increased invasiveness by Ethiopian Thysanoptera.

 


Keywords


thrips, Ethiopia, import, cut flower, new species

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