Journal of Plant Protection Research (2000) 40, 35-56

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Irena Zawirska and Wojciech Walkowski (2000)
Fauna and importance of thrips (Thysanoptera) for rye and winter wheat in Poland - Part I: Fauna of Thysanoptera on rye and winter wheat in Poland
Journal of Plant Protection Research 40 (1), 35-56
Abstract: On the basis of sweep netting samples and young plant and spike samples, the species composition and the incidence of thrips (Thysanoptera) on rye and winter wheat in different regions of Poland have been determined. A list of 49 Thysanoptera species found on these cereal crops and an overview of 11 species referred to "cereal thrips" have been given.
The studies have showed that Haplothrips aculeatus Fab. was dominant on both rye and winter wheat crops.
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Beneficial Pest/Disease/Weed Crop/Product Country Quarant.

Thrips tabaci Poland
Kakothrips pisivorus Poland
Limothrips cerealium Poland
Thrips angusticeps Poland
Frankliniella intonsa Poland
Thrips atratus Poland
Thrips fuscipennis Poland
Thrips major Poland
Frankliniella tenuicornis Poland
Thrips flavus Poland
Limothrips denticornis Poland
Stenothrips graminum Oat (Avena sativa) Poland
Anaphothrips obscurus Poland
Aptinothrips stylifer Poland
Thrips vulgatissimus Poland
Haplothrips aculeatus Rye (Secale cereale) Poland
Haplothrips aculeatus Wheat (Triticum) Poland
Haplothrips tritici Wheat (Triticum) Poland
Aptinothrips rufus Poland
Chirothrips pallidicornis Poland
Chirothrips manicatus Poland
Chirothrips hamatus Poland
Dendrothrips ornatus Poland
Haplothrips leucanthemi Poland
Haplothrips statices Poland
Liothrips setinodis Poland
Odontothrips confusus Poland
Odontothrips loti Poland
Thrips minutissimus Poland
Thrips physapus Poland
Thrips validus Poland
Haplothrips cerealis Poland
Chirothrips aculeatus Poland
Aeolothrips intermedius (predator) Poland
Haplothrips subtilissimus (predator) Poland