Vicariance or dispersal- trans-Tasman faunal relationships among Thysanoptcra (Insecta), with a second species of Lomatothrips from Podocarpus.
Mound, LA (2006) Vicariance or dispersal- trans-Tasman faunal relationships among Thysanoptcra (Insecta), with a second species of Lomatothrips from Podocarpus. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 140 . pp. 11-16. ISSN 0080-4703
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Lomatothrips pinopsidis sp.n. (Insecta: Thysanoptera) is described as the second species of the genus. This species is widespread in Australia
on Podocarpus and Callitris male cones, but the only other species in the genus is from New Zealand breeding in vegetative buds of Podocarpus.
This is possibly an example of trans-Tasman vicariance, although the thrips fauna of New Zealand is shown to be largely dispersed
from Tasmania and mainland Australia.
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