Aeolothripidae

Desmothrips Franklinothrips The Aeolothripidae are a family of thrips. They are particularly common in the holarctic region, although several occur in the drier parts of the subtropics, including dozens in Australia. Adults and larvae are usually found in flowers, but they pupate on the ground. While they normally prey on other arthropods, many fe...
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Aeolothripidae

(from the article `thrips`) ...2 fossil families, Permothripidae and an undetermined family are, respectively, from Permian and Jurassic periods. Present families include the ...
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