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Revisión taxonómica del grupo Haplothrips-Karnyothrips (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae)
Retana-Salazar,Axel P; Soto-Rodríguez,Gerardo A;
Revista de Biología Tropical , 2007,
Abstract: taxonomic revision of the haplothrips-karnyothrips group (thysanoptera: phlaeothripidae). the generic group ("ensemble") haplothrips-karnyothrips is reviewed, following the most recently published criteria for distinguishing generic characters. we establish a new diagnosis for each genus. a review of a central american collection is included and a new genus of phlaeothripidae is described from the central pacific of costa rica from specimens collected on cyperaceae flowers during the dry season. the genus can be distinguished by widely separated maxillary stylets, absent maxillary bridge, pelta shape and the setae b1, which measures two thirds of the tube length. we include a key based on characters of phylogenetic importance. rev. biol. trop. 55 (2): 627-635. epub 2007 jun 29.
Revisión taxonómica del grupo Haplothrips-Karnyothrips (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae)  [cached]
Axel P Retana-Salazar,Gerardo A Soto-Rodríguez
Revista de Biología Tropical , 2007,
Abstract: Se revisa el estado taxonómico del grupo Haplothrips y al mismo tiempo del grupo Karnyothrips, separándose este en varios nuevos géneros por considerarse parafilético; se describen los nuevos géneros Vargasia, Willeia y Aguilaria separados del antiguo Karnyothrips. Se describe un nuevo género de Thysanoptera-Phlaeothripidae procedente del Pacífico Central de Costa Rica. Este género se distingue por los estiletes maxilares muy apartados entre sí, carece de puente maxilar, la forma de la pelta y la seta B1 que es 2/3 la longitud del tubo. Se presenta el análisis crítico de este género y los posibles táxones emparentados, estableciendo un nuevo grupo a partir de las condiciones presentadas por Jironiella gen. n. Taxonomic revision of the Haplothrips-Karnyothrips group (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae). The generic group ("ensemble") Haplothrips-Karnyothrips is reviewed, following the most recently published criteria for distinguishing generic characters. We establish a new diagnosis for each genus. A review of a Central American collection is included and a new genus of Phlaeothripidae is described from the Central Pacific of Costa Rica from specimens collected on Cyperaceae flowers during the dry season. The genus can be distinguished by widely separated maxillary stylets, absent maxillary bridge, pelta shape and the setae B1, which measures two thirds of the tube length. We include a key based on characters of phylogenetic importance. Rev. Biol. Trop. 55 (2): 627-635. Epub 2007 Jun 29.
South American Haplothrips Species (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae), with a new species of biological control interest to Australia against weedy Heliotropium amplexicaule (Boraginaceae)
Mound, Laurence A.;Zapater, Miguel C.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2003000300009
Abstract: a new species, haplothrips heliotropica, is described from argentina causing severe damage to the leaves of heliotropium amplexicaule (boraginaceae), a south american plant that is now a serious weed of pastures in australia. observations are presented on the host specificity, seasonal population changes and overwintering of this thrips. the genus haplothrips includes more than 230 species worldwide, mostly feeding in flowers. in contrast, adults and larvae of h. heliotropica feed exclusively on green tissues. this is only the third south american species of haplothrips. character states are given for distinguishing these three species, and also for haplothrips heliotropii priesner from egypt and yemen.
Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae, Phlaeothripidae) damaging peach in Paranapanema, S?o Paulo State, Brazil
Pinent, Silvia M.J.;Mascaro, Fernando;Botton, Marcos;Redaelli, Luiza R.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2008000400019
Abstract: seeking to identify thrips species associated to peach and the injuries they cause, plants of aurora and tropic beauty cultivars were weekly monitored, from may to august of 2005, in holambra ii district, in paranapanema, sp. flowers and fruits from six plants per hectare were sampled by the hitting technique. frankliniella occidentalis (pergande), f. schultzei (trybom), f. gardenia (moulton), f. condei john, f. insularis (franklin) and thrips tabaci lindeman, in thripidae, and haplothrips gowdeyi (franklin), in phlaeothripidae were identified. f. occidentalis was dominant, comprising 55.7% of the total specimens sampled. slight and severe injuries were registered in fruits.
Una nueva especie de Adraneothrips (Thysanoptera, Tubulifera, Phlaeothripidae)
Alvarez, Carolina;Sanchez, Cristina;Retana-Salazar, Axel P.;
Iheringia. Série Zoologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0073-47212007000300004
Abstract: a new species of adraneothrips hood, 1925, soil thysanoptera, is described from costa rica. a key for the recognition of the species of central america is provided.
Dos especies nuevas y nuevos registros de los generos Maxillata y Anactinothrips (Thysanoptera:′Phlaeothripidae)
Gerardo A. Soto Rodríguez,Axel P. Retana Salazar
Acta zoológica mexicana , 2000,
Abstract: Dos especies nuevas de Phlaeothripidae son descritas para los géneros Maxillata y Anactinothrips. La especie allani se puede distinguir por la posición de los estiletes y la coloración de la antena. Por otro lado, la especie davidi se caracteriza por la longitud de las setas dorsales medias de la cabeza y la coloración de los segmentos antenales. Este es el primer informe de ambos géneros para Costa Rica.
Retana-Salazar,Axel P.; Soto-Rodríguez,Gerardo A.;
Gayana (Concepción) , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-65382001000200003
Abstract: this paper presents a phylogenetic analysis of the 18 known species of zeugmatothrips. the analysis is rooted using the outgroup method. when the genus cyphothrips was included in the ingroup, novelties results in a possible non-monophyletic group was obtained. nine trees were obtained with c.i.= 0.594, h.i.=0.493, length=69 and g=0.46 (p>0.01). the strict consensus tree is has a c.i. (rohlf) =0.938. the politomies was resolved using the dmáx analysis. the analysis was repeated using an hypothetical ancestor, the length increase but the c.i. for the consensus was similar
Incidence of Phenylketonuria in Southern Iran
Asadollah Habib,Mohammad Hossein Fallahzadeh,Hamid Reza Kazeroni,Amir Hossein Ganjkarimi
Iranian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Background: Phenylketonuria is a hereditary, autosomal recessivedisorder caused by deficiency of phenylalanine hydroxylaseor its cofactor tetrahydrobiopterin. The purpose ofthe present study was to evaluate the incidence of this disorderin southern Iran.Methods: All the neonates born between 22/Dec/2004 and7/Sep/2007 were screened and their blood samples were testedby colorimetric and high performance liquid chromatographymethods to obtain a diagnosis of phenylketonuria.Results: Of the screened newborns (87091 females and 88143males) 15 female and 13 male neonates were diagnosed definitelyas having phenylketonuria.Conclusion: The incidence of phenylketonuria in girls andboys was 1.7 in 10000 and 1.5 in 10000, respectively (mean:1.6 in 10000) in southern Iran (Fars province).Iran J Med Sci 2010; 35(2): 137-139.
Salt Tectonics in the Southern Iran  [PDF]
Azar Khodabakhshnezhad, Mehran Arian
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2016.73029
Abstract: Based on geographic distribution and geological setting of salt plugs in southern Iran, three salt diapiric provinces have been distinguished. These provinces include the Hormuz, Shiraz-Kazerun and Nyriz-Jahrum sub-basins. There are more than hundred salt plugs which they have been formed and developed in the southern margin of Iran. The salt structures that originated from Hormuz formation in these areas have been restricted and separated from each other for the first time in this paper. Salt diapirism of these provinces has been triggered earlier by Halokinesis in the Zagros and Persian Gulf basins, but it has affected later by tectonic forces, because orientation, shape and position of salt plugs have been followed from convergence regime (especially in the Zagros hinterland). In the other hand, based on our results from salt plugs in Persian Gulf foreland basin and the Zagros hinterland, Halokinesis triggers has been affected more than Halotectonic forces.
Tripes associados à flora??o da nectarina em Santa Catarina
Hickel, Eduardo R.;Ducroquet, Jean-Pierre H.J.;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591998000200020
Abstract: samples of thrips species that occur in nectarine (prunus persica var. nuscipersica) blossom in santa catarina state, brazil, revealed the presence of haplothrips gowdeyi (franklin) (thysanoptera: phlaeothripidae), frankliniella condei john and frankliniella sp. (thysanoptera:thripidae) causing damage to flower's ovarium. the cosmopolitan western flower thrips, frankliniella occidentalis (pergande) was not recovered from nectarine flowers.
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