Frankliniella intonsa

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Frankliniella intonsa adult female (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Laurence Mound, ANIC, CSIRO
Source: PaDIL

Frankliniella intonsa (Trybom 1895) - (Eurasian flower thrips)

The thrips is found in Europe and Asia. It is a Tospovirus vector and pest on various crops. Diagnostic features are listed below according to Riley et al. (2011).

Diagnostic features:
typically brown
antennae with 8 segments
pronotal anteromarginal setae shorter
than anteroangular setae
postocular seta IV reduced
comb on tergite VIII similar
to Frankliniella occidentalis