Acarorum Catalogus: Acariformes: Calyptostomatoidea by Petar Beron

By Petar Beron

The 1st quantity of the sequence "Acarorum Catalogus" is concentrated at the superfamilies Calyptostomatoidea and Erythraeoidea of the area. greater than 750 species are indexed therein, with synonymies and citations in quite a few papers. The e-book additionally encompasses a checklist of by-country distributions and a listing of the authors who released on any identified species from those teams. There are different lists together with hosts of the larvae of those mites, species inquirendae, and a synopsis of the various new mixtures. The bibliography by myself contains greater than 1,000 titles. the 1st quantity of the sequence almost represents a trend to soak up the subsequent volumes on different mite or tick teams to stick to.

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Willmann C. 1956. Milben aus dem Naturschtzgebiet auf dem Spieglitzer (Glatzer) Schneeberg. – Českoslov. , 3: 211-273. Womersley H. 1936. Additions to the Trombidiid and Erythraeid Acarine Fauna of Australia and New Zealand. – Linn. Soc. J. – Zoology, 40 (269): 107-121. Womersley H. 1942. Additions to the Acarina of Australia (Trombidiidae and Calyptostomidae). – Rec. , 7: 169-181. L. , 1804): Oudemans, 1937: 954 Fessonia papillosa: von Heyden, 1826: 609; Southcott, 1946: 177 Type locality: France Distribution: Croatia, France, Germany, Greece (incl.

Kraussiana mitsukoae Shiba, 1976: 189 Type locality: Pasoh Forest, Malaya Distribution: Malaysia Kraussiana sp. , Palau group, Caroline Islands (Southcott,1961a: 442) Genus Neophanolophus Shiba (larval) Neophanolophus Shiba, 1976: 191 Type species: Neophanolophus morii Shiba, 1976 Neophanolophus chinensis Zheng (larval) Neophanolophus chinensis Zheng, 2001: 491 Type locality: Hunan Distribution: China Superfamily Erythraeoidea 51 Neophanolophus liui Zheng (larval) Neophanolophus liui Zheng, 2001: 493 Type locality: Hunan Distribution: China Neophanolophus morii Shiba (larval) Neophanolophus morii Shiba, 1976: 193 Type locality: Pasoh Forest, Malaya Distribution: Malaysia Host: unknown (in litter) Neophanolophus shibai Zhang (larval) Neophanolophus shibai Zhang, 1995: 373 Type locality: Simla, Himachal Pradesh Distribution: India (Himachal Pradesh) Host: Erythroneura sp.

L. Koch, L. Koch, Karsch, Pavesi, Lucas, Cambridge, Birula, Kramer, Stoll). Dugès, and especially Canestrini, tried to find a place for the Erythroid mites in the system of Acari. The important leap forward in the research on Erythraeoidea came with the papers of the Italian A. C. Oudemans, who not only described many new taxa, but created the modern system of Acari. Until 1900, only nine valid genera of Erythraeoidea were described (Smaris Latreille, Fessonia von Heyden, Eatoniana Cambridge, Erythraeus Latreille, Leptus Latreille, Caeculisoma Berlese, Abrolophus Berlese, Cecidopus Karsch, Balaustium von Heyden), and the system of the group remained very confused.

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