This species is discussed under Erythrothrips arizonae Moulton
E. bishoppi from Texas and E. fasciculatus from California cannot at present be distinguished satisfactorily from E. arizonae, and these three names are likely to represent the same species (Mound & Marullo, 1993). The name E. fasciculatus has been applied to relatively small specimens in which the sensorium on antennal segment III is scarcely 0.3 as long as the segment, but these specimens have been taken from the same host plant, Adenostoma fasciculatum, as E. arizonae.
Similar biology to Erythrothrips arizonae, and recorded from Adenostoma fasciculatum [Rosaceae].
Recorded from California and Nevada.
Erythrothrips fasciculatus Moulton
Erythrothrips fasciculatus Moulton, 1929: 224
Bailey SF (1957) The thrips of California Part I: Suborder Terebrantia. Bulletin of California Insect Survey 4: 143–220.
Mound LA & Marullo R (1996) The Thrips of Central and South America: An Introduction. Memoirs on Entomology, International 6: 1–488.