Tuccioglyphus setosus , Horn, Tamara Bianca, Ferla, Júlia Jantsch, Körbes, Júlia Horn, Granich, Juliana, Oconnor, Barry, Klimov, Pavel & Ferla, Noeli Ju, 2017

Horn, Tamara Bianca, Ferla, Júlia Jantsch, Körbes, Júlia Horn, Granich, Juliana, Oconnor, Barry, Klimov, Pavel & Ferla, Noeli Ju, 2017, Two new genera of pyroglyphid mites, Tuccioglyphus and Marioglyphus, with a key to genera of the World (Acari: Pyroglyphidae), Zootaxa 4244 (3), pp. 301-320: 305-311

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Tuccioglyphus setosus
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Tuccioglyphus setosus  sp. nov.

( Figs 1–14View FIGURE 1View FIGURE 2View FIGURE 3View FIGURE 4View FIGURE 5View FIGURE 6View FIGURE 7View FIGURE 8View FIGURE 9View FIGURE 10View FIGURE 11View FIGURE 12View FIGURE 13View FIGURE 14)

Description. FEMALE ( Figs. 1–3View FIGURE 1View FIGURE 2View FIGURE 3, 6–12View FIGURE 6View FIGURE 7View FIGURE 8View FIGURE 9View FIGURE 10View FIGURE 11View FIGURE 12). (Based on holotype and 11 paratypes). Gnathosoma  ( Fig. 3View FIGURE 3): Chelicera 23 (16–25), fixed digit 15 (10–23). Subcapitular setae (subc) 15 (10–18). Dorsum ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 A): idiosomal length 250 (228–273), width 339 (315–360). Length of propodosomal shield 60 (48–78), width of propodosomal shield 94 (78–113). Setal lengths: si 25 (18–33) nearly twice as long as se 47 (38–55) and setae se separated from si by 20 (15–28), c 1 55 (50–65), c 2 45 (38–55), d 1 54 (35–78), d 2 46 (40–50), e 1 52 (45–58), e 2 48 (40–58) and f 2 19 (15–23). Venter ( Fig. 1View FIGURE 1 B): Length of ventral setae: 1a 23 (15–30), 3a 14 (10–18), 4a 26 (13–33) and 4b 27 (20–38), g 14 (10–18), c 3 14 (10–20), c p 28 (25–30), h 2 214 (180–240), ps 2 13 (10–20), ps 1 14 (8–18) and h 3 93 (108–125), ps 3 11 (8–13). Epigynal apodeme well-developed. External copulatory tube present; basal part of spermatheca (at entrance of inseminatory canal) inconspicuous ( Fig. 3View FIGURE 3 D, 12).

Legs ( Fig. 2View FIGURE 2): leg I 134 (120–150) long; tarsus I 30 (25–35). Lengths of solenidia: tarsus I: ω1 52 (25–78), ω3 38 (25–55); tibia I: ϕ I 77 (68–88); genu I: σ’ 10 (5–13), σ’’ 9 (9–9). Leg II 135 (125–143) long; tarsus II 39 (25–48). Lengths of solenidia: tarsus II: ω1 22 (15–36); tibia II ϕ 97 (88–113); genu II σ 8 (6–10). Legs III and IV slender. Leg III 129 (122–143) long; tarsus III 37 (30–45). Lengths of solenidia: tibia III ϕ 73 (60–83); genu III σ 7 (4–9). Leg IV 132 (120–143) long; tarsus IV 41 (30–48). Length of solenidia tibia IV ϕ 11 (9–17).

HETEROMORPHIC MALE ( Figs. 4–5View FIGURE 4View FIGURE 5, 13–14View FIGURE 13View FIGURE 14) (paratypes, n=12). Gnathosoma: Chelicera  chelate 23 (15– 28), fixed digit 14 (13–18). Subcapitular setae (subc) 15 (10–20) long. Dorsum ( Fig. 4View FIGURE 4 A). Length of the idiosoma 241 (225–263), width of idiosoma 185 (170–208). Propodosomal shield length 62 (50–75), width 82 (63–100). Propodosomal shield as in female. Setae se 31 (23–40), si 42 (33–50). Setae se separated from si by 16 (10–30). Setae c 1 44 (30–53), c 2 44 (33–50), d 1 43 (35–55), d 2 44 (33–53), e 1 44 (38–53), e 2 43 (33–55) and f 2 17 (10–20). Venter ( Fig. 4View FIGURE 4 B): Coxal apodemes I fused to form a sternum (Y-shaped).Genital region situated between trochanters IV. Circumanal sclerotized frame 42 (30–50) long and 28 (20–38) wide. Setal length: ps 3 10 (8–13), c 3 30 (15–38), c p 18 (15–23), h 2 190 (150–228) and ps 2 15 (8–23), ps 1 13 (10–18), h 3 96 (80–113), 1a 23 (18–30), 3a 22 (10–33), 4a 12.5 (10–15), 4b 15 (10–33) and g 8 (5–13).

Legs ( Fig. 5View FIGURE 5): Leg I more robust than others legs. Femur I with well-developed ventral apophysis. Leg I 159 (128–188) long; tarsus I 30 (28–35). Lengths of solenidia: ω1 24 (20–30), ω3 22 (20–25); tibia I ϕ 71 (63–85); genu I σ’ 16 (10–23), σ’’ 9 (6–13). Leg II 135 (123–143) long; tarsus II 33 (25–43). Lengths of solenidia: ω1 8 (5–15); tibia II ϕ 84 (73–100); genu II σ 8 (5–10). Leg III longer than leg IV. Leg III 125 (120–128); tarsus III 25 (20–28). Lengths of solenidia: tibia III ϕ 62 (45–70); genu III 9 (8–10). Leg IV 97 (93–100); tarsus IV 24 (18–30). Lengths of solenidia: tibia IV ϕ 31 (28–35).

HOMEOMORPHIC MALE. Not found.

Etymology. Setosus  (full of coarse hairs, bristly, setous) is a Latin adjective. The specific name refers to the unusually well-developed dorsal setae in the new species.

Type material. Holotype: female— BRAZIL: Rio Grande do Sul, Lajeado County (29°41'87''S; 52°01'35''W), commercial chicken (Gallus gallus, Bovans and Isa Brown breeds) raising facility, trap 1, 13 May 2016, T.B. Horn, Slide 2, ZAUMCN 1.201. Deposited in Museu de Ciências Naturais ( MCNAbout MCN), Centro Universitário Univates, Lajeado  , Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil  .

Paratype and non-paratype specimens (same collection locality and host as holotype) will be distributed in various museums as follows:

Centro Universitário Univates, Museu de Ciências Naturais (MCN): 1 male—trap 5D, 17 Dec 2013, M. Senter, slide 26, ZAUMCN 1.202 [Slide also has Phytoseiidae  (n=1)];

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil ( UFMGAbout UFMG): 1 female, 1 non-type female—Aviário 5, trap 4-D, 17 Dec 2013, J. Granich, slide 23; 1 male—Aviário 5, trap 3-D, 17 Dec 2013, M. Senter, slide 21.

University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology, Ann Arbor, USA ( UMMZAbout UMMZ): 2 females—trap 6-D, 13 May 2016, T.B. Horn, Slide 2-3, BMOC 16-1008-001  ; 9 females, 2 heteromorphic males—Aviário 3, trap 3-D, 28 Jan 2014, M. Senter, slide 11-125, BMOC 16-1008-002 [Note: mites overcleared. Slide also has Cheyletus malaccensis  (n=1)]; 8 non-type females, 1 non-type male—trap 1-E, 28 Jan 2014, J.H. Körbes, slide 10-117, BMOC 16-1008- 0 0 3 [ Note : Mites overcleared. Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=1)]; 5 non-type females—Aviário 5, trap 6-E, 29 Jan 2014, M. Senter, slide 7-44, BMOC 16-1008-004 [Note: Mites overcleared, slide also has Mesostigmata  ]; 6 non-type females, 1 non-type heteromorphic male—Aviário 5, trap 2-D, 0 9 May 2014, M. Senter, slide 10-117, BMOC 16-1008-005 0 0 4 [Note: Mites overcleared, slide also has Blattisocius dentriticus  (n=1)]. 

Centro Universitário Univates, Laboratório de Acarologia da Univates (LABACARI): A total of 3,340 specimens, including these slides: 1 female—Aviário 5, trap 2-E, 0 1 April 2014, J.H. Körbes, slide 199 [ Slide also has Cheyletus malaccensis  (n=2), Megninia ginglymura  (n=2) and Blattisocius keegani  (n=1)]  ; 1 female & 4 immatures—Aviário 5, trap 4-E, 29 Jan 2014, M. Senter, slide 41 [ Slide also has and Brachytydeus tuttlei  (n=3)]; 1 female—Aviário 5, trap 5-E, 29 Jan 2014, J.H. Körbes, slide 42 [Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=2) and Typhlodromus transvaalensis  (n=1)]  ; 1 female, 4 non-types females—Aviário 5, trap 1-E, 14 April 2014, M. Senter, slide 102. [ Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=3)]; 1 female—Aviário 5, trap 4-E, 17 Oct 2013, J. Granich, slide 24; 1 female—Aviário 3, trap 1-E, 13 May 2016, T.B. Horn, slide 7  ; 1 female, 3 non-type females—Aviário 5, trap 5-E, 17 Feb 2014, M. Senter, slide 54; 1 female, 4 non-type females—Aviário 5, trap 3-E, 17 Feb 2014, M. Senter, slide 52; 1 male, 9 non-type females—Aviário 3, trap 7-D, 0 6 Jan 2014, M. Senter, slide 114; 1 male, 7 nontype females—Aviário 3, trap 2-D, 21 Jun 2014, M. Senter, slide 284; 2 males, 5 non-type females—Aviário 3, trap 5-E, 0 6 Jan 2014, M. Senter, slide 109 [ Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=1), and M. ginglymura  (n=1)]  ; 1 male, 3 non-type females—Aviário 3, trap 6-E, 0 6 Jan 2014, J. Granich, slide 111 [ Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=3)]  ; 1 male, 1 non-type female—Aviário 3, trap 4-E, 28 Jan 2014, J.H. Körbes, slide 127 [ Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=2)]  ; 1 male, 5 non-type females—Aviário 3, trap 8-D, 13 Feb 2014, J.H. Körbes, slide 154 [ Slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=5)]. 

Non-type specimens from nests of wild columbids (LABACARI): In nests of Columbina picui  built in the lateral roof side of the hen house: 41 females mounted on slides as follow—3-D, nest 1, 28 Nov 2014; M. Senter [slide 1 (n=2) [slide also has Blattisocius keegani  (n=1) and Cheyletus malaccensis  (n=1)], slide 5 (n=2) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=2), Cheletomimus (Hemicheyletia) wellsi  (n=1) and Tarsonemus granarius  (n=1)], slide 14 (n=2) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=1), Ch. wellsi  (n=4), T. granarius  (n=1), Brachytydeus australensis  (n=3)], slide 15 (n=1) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=1) and B. australensis  (n=6)], slide 19 (n=1) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=1) and B. australensis  (n=4)], slide 20 (n=2) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=1), Ch. wellsi  (n=1), B. australensis  (n=8) and T. granarius  (n=2)], slide 21 (n=2) [slide also has T. granarius  (n=1)], slide 22 (n=2) [slide also has B. australensis  (n=4)], slide 23 (n=2) [slide also has Ch. wellsi  (n=2) and T. granarius  (n=1)], slide 24 (n=1) [slide also has B. argentinensis  (n=4) and T. granarius  (n=1)], slide 25 (n=3) [slide also has Ch. wellsi  (n=1) and B. australensis  (n=5)], slide 26 (n=2) [slide also has T. granarius  (n=3) and B. australensis  (n=3)], slide 27 (n=3) [slide also has Tydeidae  (n=3) and T. granarius  (n=1)]; 3-D, Bird’s nest 3, 28 Nov 2014, M. Senter [slide 18 (n=3) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=1), B. australensis  (n=3) and T. granarius  (n=1)]]; 3-E, Bird’s nest 1, 28 Nov 2014, M. Senter [slide 33 (n=1) [slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=1) and T. granarius  (n=1)], slide 34 (n=2) [slide also has Ch. malaccensis  (n=1) an T. granarius  (n=3)], slide 35 (n=2) [slide also has T. granarius  (n=4)], slide 36 (n=2) [slide also has Blattisocius dentriticus  (n=1), Ch. wellsi  (n=1), T. granarius  (n=4) and Tydeidae  immature (n=1)]; 4-E, Bird’s nest 3, 28 Nov 2014, L.C.O. Silva [slide 53 (n=1) [slide also has C. malaccensis  (n=5), T. granarius  (n=1) and immature Tydeidae  (n=1)], slide 57 (n=1) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=1) and Ch. malaccensis  (n=5)]; 5-E, Bird’s nest 2, 1 Dec 2014, M. Senter [slide 77 (n=1) [slide also has B. dentriticus  (n=1) and Ornithonyssus bursa  (n=3)] 5-E, Bird’s nest 3, 1 Dec 2014, M. Senter [slide 79 (n=3) [slide also has B. dentriticus  (n=1), B. keegani  (n=1), Tyrophagus putrescentiae  (n=1), Ch. wellsi  (n=2) and Raphignathus  sp. (n=3)]; Columbina talpacoti  : 1 female—4-E, Bird’s nest 4, 1 Dec 2014, M. Senter [slide 56 (n=1) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=4) and Ch. malaccensis  (n=3)]] and Zenaida auriculata  : 4 females—5-D, Bird’s nest 1, 0 1 Dec 2014, M. Senter [slide 68 (n=1) [slide also has B. dentriticus  (n=6), Ch. wellsi  (n=3) and Ch. malaccensis  (n=1)]; slide 69 (n=1) [slide also has B. dentriticus  (n=6), Brachytydeus oregonensis  (n=5) and Ch. wellsi  (n=2)]; 5-E, Bird’s nest 1, 0 1 Dec 2014, M. Senter [slide 71 (n=1) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=9); slide 75 (n=1) [slide also has B. keegani  (n=5), B. dentriticus  (n=1) and O. bursa  (n=1)]].

MCN

McNeese State University

UFMG

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

UMMZ

University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology