This review focuses on the sampling methods for thrips (Thysanoptera) in relation to their interactions with different colonized habitats. The study is based on a bibliographic search from Google Scholar and CAB (Agricultural Series) websites which provided the thematic articles mainly published between 1980 to 2020. Among them, only those referring to reliable data for clearness and meticulous descriptions have been considered. Furthermore, the most useful collecting methods and techniques concerning the main settled habitats by thrips, have been inspected. The results could suggest pattern which considers very varied sampling methods, in order to evaluate thrips biodiversity, together with pointing out the advantages and disadvantages that each of them can provide through their use.

Thrips: a review of sampling methods in relation to their habitats

Rita Marullo
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Gregorio Vono
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Carmelo Peter Bonsignore
Membro del Collaboration Group
2021

Abstract

This review focuses on the sampling methods for thrips (Thysanoptera) in relation to their interactions with different colonized habitats. The study is based on a bibliographic search from Google Scholar and CAB (Agricultural Series) websites which provided the thematic articles mainly published between 1980 to 2020. Among them, only those referring to reliable data for clearness and meticulous descriptions have been considered. Furthermore, the most useful collecting methods and techniques concerning the main settled habitats by thrips, have been inspected. The results could suggest pattern which considers very varied sampling methods, in order to evaluate thrips biodiversity, together with pointing out the advantages and disadvantages that each of them can provide through their use.
monitoring, traps, habitats, hosts, Thysanoptera.
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