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A new genus and species in the mite family Eupodidae (Acari, Eupodoidea) from Crimea.

Khaustov AA - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: The genus Turanopenthalodes Barilo, 1988 is transferred from Penthalodidae to Penthaleidae.The family Cocceupodidae Jesionowska, 2010 and the genus Filieupodes Jesionowska, 2010 are considered as junior synonyms of Eupodidae Koch, 1842 and Cocceupodes Thor, 1934, respectively.A key to genera of the family Eupodidae is provided.

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Affiliation: Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia.

ABSTRACT
A new genus Pseudoeupodes Khaustov, gen. n. and new species Pseudoeupodes porosus sp. n. are described from moss in Crimea. The taxonomy of the Eupodidae and some other families and genera of Eupodoidea is reviewed. The genus Turanopenthalodes Barilo, 1988 is transferred from Penthalodidae to Penthaleidae. The family Cocceupodidae Jesionowska, 2010 and the genus Filieupodes Jesionowska, 2010 are considered as junior synonyms of Eupodidae Koch, 1842 and Cocceupodes Thor, 1934, respectively. A key to genera of the family Eupodidae is provided.

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Pseudoeupodes porosus Khaustov, gen. n., sp. n., female: 7–10 legs I-IV, respectively.
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Figure 3: Pseudoeupodes porosus Khaustov, gen. n., sp. n., female: 7–10 legs I-IV, respectively.

Mentions: Legs (Figs 7–10). All legs shorter than body. Soft cuticle separating coxisternal plates and trochanters of all legs with distinct pore-like structure (Fig. 14). Rhagidial organ I with two longitudinally arranged solenidia; rhagidial organ II with three longitudinally arranged rhagidial solenidia. Tarsus I with famulus (stellate setae) situated in shallow depression; tarsus II with spine-like famulus. Tibiae I and II with one distal rhagidial solenidion; tibiae I-III with proximal erect solenidion; genua I and II with one erect solenidion. Femur IV not enlarged. Trochanteral setal formula 1-1-1-1.


A new genus and species in the mite family Eupodidae (Acari, Eupodoidea) from Crimea.

Khaustov AA - Zookeys (2014)

Pseudoeupodes porosus Khaustov, gen. n., sp. n., female: 7–10 legs I-IV, respectively.
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Figure 3: Pseudoeupodes porosus Khaustov, gen. n., sp. n., female: 7–10 legs I-IV, respectively.
Mentions: Legs (Figs 7–10). All legs shorter than body. Soft cuticle separating coxisternal plates and trochanters of all legs with distinct pore-like structure (Fig. 14). Rhagidial organ I with two longitudinally arranged solenidia; rhagidial organ II with three longitudinally arranged rhagidial solenidia. Tarsus I with famulus (stellate setae) situated in shallow depression; tarsus II with spine-like famulus. Tibiae I and II with one distal rhagidial solenidion; tibiae I-III with proximal erect solenidion; genua I and II with one erect solenidion. Femur IV not enlarged. Trochanteral setal formula 1-1-1-1.

Bottom Line: The genus Turanopenthalodes Barilo, 1988 is transferred from Penthalodidae to Penthaleidae.The family Cocceupodidae Jesionowska, 2010 and the genus Filieupodes Jesionowska, 2010 are considered as junior synonyms of Eupodidae Koch, 1842 and Cocceupodes Thor, 1934, respectively.A key to genera of the family Eupodidae is provided.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia.

ABSTRACT
A new genus Pseudoeupodes Khaustov, gen. n. and new species Pseudoeupodes porosus sp. n. are described from moss in Crimea. The taxonomy of the Eupodidae and some other families and genera of Eupodoidea is reviewed. The genus Turanopenthalodes Barilo, 1988 is transferred from Penthalodidae to Penthaleidae. The family Cocceupodidae Jesionowska, 2010 and the genus Filieupodes Jesionowska, 2010 are considered as junior synonyms of Eupodidae Koch, 1842 and Cocceupodes Thor, 1934, respectively. A key to genera of the family Eupodidae is provided.

No MeSH data available.