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The genus Scapheremaeus (Acari, Oribatida, Cymbaeremaeidae) in the oribatid mite fauna of New Zealand, with description of two new species.

Ermilov SG, Minor MA - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n. is morphologically most similar to Scapheremaeusyamashitai Aoki, 1970, but differs from the latter by the morphology of notogastral and rostral setae, morphology of leg solenidia φ2 and development of humeral processes.The species Scapheremaeuszephyrus Colloff, 2010 is recorded for the first time in New Zealand.An identification key to the known New Zealand species of Scapheremaeus is provided.

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Affiliation: Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia.

ABSTRACT
Two new species of oribatid mites of the genus Scapheremaeus (Oribatida, Cymbaeremaeidae), Scapheremaeusgibbus sp. n. and Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n., are described from New Zealand. Scapheremaeusgibbus sp. n. is morphologically most similar to Scapheremaeushumeratus Balogh & Mahunka, 1967, but differs from the latter by the number of notogastral, genital and adanal setae, morphology of bothridial setae, position of adanal lyrifissures and absence of humeral processes. Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n. is morphologically most similar to Scapheremaeusyamashitai Aoki, 1970, but differs from the latter by the morphology of notogastral and rostral setae, morphology of leg solenidia φ2 and development of humeral processes. The species Scapheremaeuszephyrus Colloff, 2010 is recorded for the first time in New Zealand. An identification key to the known New Zealand species of Scapheremaeus is provided.

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Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n., adult: 23 dorsal view 24 ventral view (legs not shown) 25 lateral view (gnathosoma and legs except basal parts not shown). Scale bar 50 µm.
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Figure 5: Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n., adult: 23 dorsal view 24 ventral view (legs not shown) 25 lateral view (gnathosoma and legs except basal parts not shown). Scale bar 50 µm.

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The genus Scapheremaeus (Acari, Oribatida, Cymbaeremaeidae) in the oribatid mite fauna of New Zealand, with description of two new species.

Ermilov SG, Minor MA - Zookeys (2015)

Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n., adult: 23 dorsal view 24 ventral view (legs not shown) 25 lateral view (gnathosoma and legs except basal parts not shown). Scale bar 50 µm.
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Figure 5: Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n., adult: 23 dorsal view 24 ventral view (legs not shown) 25 lateral view (gnathosoma and legs except basal parts not shown). Scale bar 50 µm.
Mentions: Figs 23–25, 26–35, 36–42, 43–47

Bottom Line: Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n. is morphologically most similar to Scapheremaeusyamashitai Aoki, 1970, but differs from the latter by the morphology of notogastral and rostral setae, morphology of leg solenidia φ2 and development of humeral processes.The species Scapheremaeuszephyrus Colloff, 2010 is recorded for the first time in New Zealand.An identification key to the known New Zealand species of Scapheremaeus is provided.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia.

ABSTRACT
Two new species of oribatid mites of the genus Scapheremaeus (Oribatida, Cymbaeremaeidae), Scapheremaeusgibbus sp. n. and Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n., are described from New Zealand. Scapheremaeusgibbus sp. n. is morphologically most similar to Scapheremaeushumeratus Balogh & Mahunka, 1967, but differs from the latter by the number of notogastral, genital and adanal setae, morphology of bothridial setae, position of adanal lyrifissures and absence of humeral processes. Scapheremaeusluxtoni sp. n. is morphologically most similar to Scapheremaeusyamashitai Aoki, 1970, but differs from the latter by the morphology of notogastral and rostral setae, morphology of leg solenidia φ2 and development of humeral processes. The species Scapheremaeuszephyrus Colloff, 2010 is recorded for the first time in New Zealand. An identification key to the known New Zealand species of Scapheremaeus is provided.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus