Hoplandrothrips (commonly misspelled as Hoplandothrips) is a genus of thrips in the Phlaeothripidae family. Some species are recorded as pests on coffee growing in East Africa, causing a distinctive rolling of the leaf.
Adults are dark brown and around 2 mm long and the larvae are pale yellow. In coffee, they feed on young leaves causing them to roll very tightly, reducing the photosynthetic area of the leaf. They tend to cause little loss in yield however compared to coffee berry borer and antestia bugs.
- Hoplandrothrips bidens Bagnall, 1910
- Hoplandrothrips bredoi Praisner - a minor pest of coffee in the Democratic Republic of Congo
- Hoplandrothrips choritus Mound & Walker, 1986
- Hoplandrothrips coffeae Bagnall - a minor pest of coffee in western Tanzania
- Hoplandrothrips ingenuus Mound & Walker, 1986
- Hoplandrothrips marshalli Karny - a moderate pest of coffee in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.
- Hoplandrothrips nigricestus Hood, 1934 
- Hoplandrothrips vernus Mound & Walker, 1986
- Hoplandrothrips xanthopoides Bagnall, 1917
- ^ http://anic.ento.csiro.au/worldthrips/taxon_details.asp?BiotaID=473
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