Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Haplothrips distinguendus

Haplothrips distinguendus (Uzel, 1895)

parasite

Larvae and adults in the capitula.

host plants

Asteraceae, Caprifoliaceae, polyphagous

Carduus nitans; Carthamus tinctorius; Centaurea; Cirsium acaulon, palustre; Cyanus mollis; Doronicum reticulatum; Galactites tomentosus; Jacobaea vulgaris; Knautia arvensis, orientalis; Scabiosa ochroleuca; Sixalix atropurpurea subsp. maritima; Silybum marianum.

Also reported from Acacia saligna; Althaea; Asphodelus; Campanula; Cercis siliquastrum; Citrus reticulata; Conium maculatum; Convolvulus arvensis; Crataegus; Cucumis melo; Daucus; Dianthus carthusianorum; Echium vulgare; Fraxinus; Hyoscyamus niger; Iris; Jasione montana; Lepidium; Origanum vulgare; Phytolacca americana; Prunus domestica; Pyrus elaeagrifolia; Ranunculus; Salvia virgata; Setaria italica; Scrophularia; Silene; Solanum tuberosum; Spartium; Styrax; Valeriana officinalis; Verbascum nigrum; Veronica; Vicia cracca.

distribution within Europe

(PESI, 2020).

references

Blunck (1958a), Buhr (1964b), Collins (2006a), Elekci̇oğlu (2020a), Franssen & Mantel (1962a), Goldarazena (0000a), Jenser & Tzanakakis (1985a), John (1934a), Karadjova & Krumov (2015a), Kucharczyk & Stanisławek (2020a), Maroto & Berzosa (2021a), Minaei & Mound (2008a), Mound, Morison, Pitkin & Palmer (1976a), Schliephake (1965a), zur Strassen (1981a, 1991a, 1993a), Thrips of the British Isles (2020), Trdan (2000a), Tunç, Bahşi̇ & Göçmen (2012a), Tunç, Bahşi & Sümbül (2012a), Vasiliu-Oromulu (2002a).

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