|scientific name Aeolothrips versicolor |
Oak, beech, birch, as well as various conifer species (Bailey, 1951).
The head is prolonged in front of the eyes, and antennal segments 3 and 4 are white. All tarsi, and the distal portion of all the tibiae are white. Forewings have two cross bands connected by a longitudinal band in the posterior margin of the wing (Bailey, 1951).
This species is rare in North America, it is more common in Europe, and has been found in Austria, France and Moravia (Bailey, 1951).
Alberta (Heming), Austria, France, Moravia, New Jersey (Bailey, 1951).
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