|scientific name Aeolothrips terrestris |
On various grasses (Bailey, 1951).
Adults collected in July.
The body is unicolorous, and brown. The dorsum of the head is faintly cross-striated, and the eyes are prolonged ventrally. Antennal segment 2 is brown, segment 3 is pale yellow with a brown ring at the tip, and the basal third of segment 4 is light brown with a dark ring at the base. This species is brachypterous and the forewings have a smoky, or light brown cross band near the tip (Bailey, 1951).
Alberta (Heming), California (Bailey 1951).
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