|scientific name Aeolothrips clarus |
Found in grasses (Bailey, 1951).
Adults collected in July.
This species is uniformly brown, with red pigmentation. Both males and females are brachypterous and the fore and hind-wings lack pigmentation. Forewings have 2 longitudinal veins but rarely have cross veins (Bailey, 1951).
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