Database Details : ThripsWiki - providing information on the World's thrips

Full name: ThripsWiki - providing information on the World's thrips
Short name: ThripsWiki
Version: Nov 2018
Release date: 2018-11-12
Authors/editors: ThripsWiki
Taxonomic coverage: Animalia - Arthropoda - Insecta - Thysanoptera
English name of the group: Thrips
Number of living species 6,222
Number of living infraspecific taxa 0
Number of extinct species: 165
Number of extinct infraspecific taxa: 0
Number of synonyms: 4,133
Number of common names: 0
Total number of names: 10,520
Abstract: ThripsWiki site was designed and produced in Canberra by Inkeri Lehtinen with Laurence Mound. Data was drawn from a web-based checklist that since 2005 was available through CSIRO Australia, but which for technical reasons has had to be abandoned. "Thysanoptera (Thrips) of the World - a checklist" originated from card-catalogues maintained over many years at the Natural History Museum, London, and at the Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt. GBIF funded visits to check data at the major thrips collections in Frankfurt, London and Washington DC for the 2005 system. The available data has been extensively revised and enriched through bibliographic and web searches, and production of this new site was supported by DAFF Australia.
Organization: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande; Rio Grande; Brazil; Yokohama Plant Protection Station; Tokyo; Japan; Department of Plant Protection; Shiraz University; Shiraz; Iran; Australian National Insect Collection CSIRO; Canberra; Australia; The Natural History Museum; London; UK
Website: https://thrips.info
Bibliographic citation: ThripsWiki (2020). ThripsWiki: ThripsWiki - providing information on the World's thrips (version Nov 2018). In: Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life, 2020-06-04 Beta (Roskov Y.; Ower G.; Orrell T.; Nicolson D.; Bailly N.; Kirk P.M.; Bourgoin T.; DeWalt R.E.; Decock W.; Nieukerken E. van; Penev L.; eds.). Digital resource at www.catalogueoflife.org/col. Species 2000: Naturalis, Leiden, the Netherlands. ISSN 2405-8858.