Haplothrips gowdeyi

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Haplothrips gowdeyi female (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Laurence Mound
Source: Open Media

Haplothrips gowdeyi (Franklin 1908)

This thrips is found in tropical parts of North and Central America, Hawaii, Asia and parts of Africa. It has been assosiated with the flowers of many types of plants, but not with significant crop damage. Neither has it been implicated as a virus vector. The thrips is dark brown, but antennal segments III to VI are yellowish.