Haplothrips (genus - predators)

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Haplothrips kurdjumovi, a predatory species (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Caroline Harding, MAF
Source: PaDIL

Haplothrips (predators) Amyot & Serville, 1843

This thrips genus includes more than 200 species and is widely distributed. Most species feed on plants and live mainly in flowers of composite plants (Asteraceae) or grasses (Poaceae), see Haplothrips (phytophagous species). However, a few species are predators, feeding on mites or small insects. This page deals with these predaceous species. For example, Haplothrips subtilissimus feeds on mites or leafminers.

Type species: Haplothrips albipennis


Currently, the following species have been entered into the system: