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Aeolothrips intermedius Bagnall, 1934 (a thrips)

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Suggested Literature

Aeolothrips intermedius may be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
ANIMALIA
(animals)
EUMETAZOA
(metazoans)
ARTHROPODA
(arthropods)
HEXAPODA
(insects and other 6-legged organisms)
INSECTA
(true insects)
PTERYGOTA
(bees, beetles, dragonflies, flies, grasshoppers, moths and other winged insects)
THYSANOPTERA
(thrips)
Invertebrates (via Arthropoda)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Aeolothrips intermedius is associated with:

Magnoliopsida - flowering plants feeds on flower UK/Ireland Kirk, W.D.J., 1996
Asteraceae - daisies, dandelions and thistles, composite (Asterales) feeds on flower Major Mound L.A., Morison, G.D., Pitkin, B.R. & Palmer, J.M., 1976 [mainly on yellow-flowered species]
Brassicaceae - cabbages, cresses etc. (Brassicales) feeds on flower Major Mound L.A., Morison, G.D., Pitkin, B.R. & Palmer, J.M., 1976 [mainly on yellow-flowered species]
Faboideae - vetches, peas and beans (Fabales: Fabaceae) feeds on flower Major Mound L.A., Morison, G.D., Pitkin, B.R. & Palmer, J.M., 1976 [mainly on yellow-flowered species]
adult Brassica napus subsp. oleifera - Oil-seed Rape (Brassicales: Brassicaceae) adult feeds on live flower UK/Ireland Major Kirk, W.D.J., 1996

There may be more taxa associated with Aeolothrips intermedius listed at higher taxonomic level

INSECTA
(true insects)

Associated with Aeolothrips intermedius:

Aeolothrips intermedius may be associated with taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

ANIMALIA
(animals)
ARTHROPODA
(arthropods)
INSECTA
(true insects)
THYSANOPTERA
(thrips)
Invertebrates (via Arthropoda)

Further Information

Notes (MWS) A thrips found particularly on yellow flowered Cruciferae, Leguminosae and Asteraceae. Females: V-IX, males: V-VIII, larvae: VI-IX. Widespread in Europe and common in southern England. Mound L.A., Morison, G.D., Pitkin, B.R. & Palmer, J.M., 1976

References

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