Hebesuncus conjungens ( Thulin, 1911 ) sensu

Kaczmarek, Łukasz, Michalczyk, Łukasz & Mcinnes, Sandra J., 2015, Annotated zoogeography of non-marine Tardigrada. Part II: South America, Zootaxa 3923 (1), pp. 1-107: 50

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scientific name

Hebesuncus conjungens ( Thulin, 1911 ) sensu
status

sensu

119. Hebesuncus conjungens ( Thulin, 1911) sensu  lato [T]

Hypsibius (Hypsibius) conjungens Thulin, 1911  ( Ramazzotti  1962 a)

H. (D.) conjungens  , H. (H.) conjungens ( Mihelčič, 1967) 

H. (H.) conjungens ( Mihelčič 1972) 

H. (H.) conjugens Thulin, 1911 ( Claps & Rossi 1981) 

Hebesuncus conjugens ( Thulin, 1911) ( Rossi & Claps 1989) 

Terra typica: Sweden (Europe)

Argentina:

• 41 °00′S, 71 ° 30 ′W; 800 m asl: Neuquén Province, Isla Victoria, mosses on tree. Rossi & Claps (1989)

• 41 °08′S, 71 ° 20 ′W; 950 m asl: Rio Negro Province, Cerro Runge, very wet, mosses from forest. Claps & Rossi (1981)

• 41 ° 58 ′S, 71 ° 31 ′W; 390 m asl: Rio Negro Province, Bolson [El Bolsón], cypress grove, lichens on dry trees in full sun and mosses on dry rocks in full sun (2 samples). Mihelčič (1967)

• 50 °06′S, 73 ° 18 ′W; 200 m asl: Santa Cruz Province, Los Glaciares National Park, shores of Argentino Lake, near the Onelli glacier, Nothofagus  forests, in the shade, mosses and lichens on trees and rocks. Maucci (1988)

• 50 ° 18 ′S, 72 ° 48 ′W; 200 m asl: Santa Cruz Province, shores of Argentino Lake, La Bandera [Puerto Bandera] near El Calafate, lichens on rocks, in full sunlight. Maucci (1988)

• Undefined localities cited according Mihelčič (1967), dry mosses on tree in full sun. Mihelčič (1972)

Chile:

• 30 ° 25 ′S – 37 ° 45 ′S [34 ° 17 ′S, 70 ° 33 ′W]; 1,500 m asl: Region VI Libertador (Región del Libertador General Bernardo O ′Higgins), near Rancagua (Termas de Cauquenes, Hacienda Chacayes), 80 km on south of Santiago de Chile, steppe shrubs, mosses on rocks in sun. Ramazzotti  (1962 a)

• 50 ° 59 ′S, 73 °00′W; 1,200 m asl: Region XII Magallanes (Región de Magallanes y de la Antártica Chilena), Torres del Paine National Park, mosses on trees and rocks, nearly all in half sunlight. Maucci (1988)

• 51 ° 34 ′S, 72 ° 36 ′W; 200 m asl: Region XII Magallanes (Región de Magallanes y de la Antártica Chilena), Ultima Esperanza, near Cueva del Milodón, mosses on rocks, in sunlight. Maucci (1988)

Record numbers: Argentina: 6, Chile: 3; total: 9.

Remarks: Distribution largely Holarctic ( McInnes 1994 a), with some confusion over Hebesuncus conjungens  taxonomy, suggesting a species complex ( Pilato et al. 2012).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Tardigrada

Class

Heterotardigrada

Order

Parachela

Family

Hypsibiidae

Genus

Hebesuncus

Loc

Hebesuncus conjungens ( Thulin, 1911 ) sensu

Kaczmarek, Łukasz, Michalczyk, Łukasz & Mcinnes, Sandra J. 2015

2015
Loc

Hebesuncus conjugens ( Thulin, 1911 ) ( Rossi & Claps 1989 )

(Thulin, 1911) (Rossi & Claps 1989

1989
Loc

H. (H.) conjugens Thulin, 1911 ( Claps & Rossi 1981 )

Thulin, 1911 (Claps & Rossi 1981

1981
Loc

H. (H.) conjungens ( Mihelčič 1972 )

Mihelcic 1972

1972
Loc

H. (H.) conjungens ( Mihelčič, 1967 )

Mihelcic 1967

1967
Loc

Hypsibius (Hypsibius) conjungens

Thulin 1911

1911