|scientific name Aeolothrips duvali |
Medicago sativa, Artemesia, Brassica, and various flowers (Bailey, 1951).
Adults collected in June and August.
The body is unicolorous, with antennal segment 6 approximately the same length as segment 7, though antennal segments 8 and 9 are reduced in length in comparison. Sensoria on antennal segments 3 and 4 are narrow and linear, and the third antennal segment is very dark in colour. The forewings have distinct cross bands, and the ring vein is often pigmented (Bailey, 1951).
This species is predaceous (Chiasson, 1986).
While this species is predaceous, the type of prey (thrips, mites, other arthropods) is undocumented.
This species is found in Alberta (Chiasson, 1986). and is holarctic (Bailey, 1951).
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