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Revista de Protección Vegetal

versión impresa ISSN 1010-2752versión On-line ISSN 2224-4697

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SURIS, Moraima  y  GONZALEZ, C. THRIPS SPECIES ASSOCIATED TO HOSTS OF INTEREST IN HAVANA PROVINCES.: II. FRUIT PLANTS. Rev. Protección Veg. [online]. 2008, vol.23, n.2, pp.85-89. ISSN 1010-2752.

Serious damages in fruit quality and important tree distortion can be produced by thrips. However, studies with the aim of determining the presence of thrips on fruit trees in Cuba are limited. With this purpose, 14 botanical species pertaining to eight families were sampled in nine municipalities of Havana province in 2003 and 2004. The specimens were collected by striking the plants over a white cardboard and prepared by conventional techniques of clearing for slide mounting. Identification was carried out using regional taxonomic keys. The presence of 22 species was informed with the highest incidence on tangelo trees, which accumulated 45.45% of the total, followed by guava and grapefruit trees. Asthrotris sp., Chaetisothrips striatus Hood and Ramphothrips padens Sakimura were new reports for Cuba, predominating Frankiniella genus. Papaya, tangelo, lime, grapefruit, sour orange and coffee plants were shown to be new "hosts" of thrips in the country.

Palabras clave : fruit plants; thrips; Frankliniella; Astrothris sp; Chaetisothrips striatus; Rhamphothrips padens.

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