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Franldiniella, occidentalis (Thysanoptera : Thripidae), a vector of the tomato spotted wilt virus, with special reference to the color forms



Franldiniella, occidentalis (Thysanoptera : Thripidae), a vector of the tomato spotted wilt virus, with special reference to the color forms



Ann. ent. Soc. Amer, College Park, Md. 55(4): 387-389



Studies by D. E. Bryan & E. F. Smith (1956) showed that Franldiniella occidentalis (Perg.) is a polymorphic species having two homozygous colour forms, pale and dark, and a heterozygous one, which is intermediate. The dark and intermediate forms were previously considered distinct species, named F. moultoni Hood and F. helianthi (Moult.), respectively.

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