Typhlodromalus Muma,

Guanilo, Alberto Daniel, Moraes, Gilberto José De, Toledo, Silvana & Knapp, Markus, 2008, Phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) from Argentina, with description of a new species, Zootaxa 1884, pp. 1-35: 14-16

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.184278

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3514082

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scientific name

Typhlodromalus Muma
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Typhlodromalus Muma 

Amblyseius (Typhlodromalus) Muma 1961: 288  .

Typhlodromalus, Chant & McMutry 2005 b: 196  ; 2007: 111.

Typhlodromalus aripo De  Leon

Typhlodromalus aripo De  Leon 1967: 21; Denmark & Muma 1973: 257; Moraes et al. 1986: 128; 2004: 195; Lofego et al. 2004: 10 View Cited Treatment ; Chant & McMurtry 2005 b: 199; 2007: 111; Guanilo et al. in press.

Amblyseius aripo, Moraes & McMurtry 1983: 132  ; Moraes & Mesa 1988: 73; Feres & Moraes 1998: 126.

FEMALE. (3 specimens measured)

Dorsal shield 357 (350–370) long and 210 (208–212) wide; j 1 31 (30–32), j 3 36 (35–37), j 4 11 (10–12), j 5 12 (11–12), j 6 15 (14–16), J 2 14 (12–16), J 5 9 (8–10), z 2 19 (18–20), z 4 34 (31–35), z 5 11 (10–11), Z 1 21 (17–25), Z 4 58 (56–60), Z 5 69 (60–74), s 4 49 (47–53), S 2 27 (26–27), S 4 22 (20–24), S 5 9 (8–10), r 3 20 (20– 21), R 1 16 (16–17); distances between st 1 -st 3 63 (63–65), st 2 -st 2 65 and st 5 -st 5 74 (70–77); ventri-anal shield 116 (108–125) long, 64 (63–65) wide at level of ZV 2 and 74 (70–78) wide at level of anus; JV 5 56 (55–56); movable cheliceral digit 33 (33–34) long, with 3 teeth; fixed cheliceral digit 33 (32–33) long, with 9 teeth; calyx of spermatheca 18 (16–20) long; Sge I 19 (18–19), Sge II 20 (19–20), Sge III 26 (24–27), Sti III 17 (16– 18), Sge IV 49 (46–51), Sti IV 24 (21–27), St IV 70 (64–74). Chaetotaxy: genu II 2, 2/ 0-2 /0, 1; genu III 1, 2/ 1-2 /0, 1.

MALE. (1 specimen measured)

Dorsal shield 280 long and 175 wide; j 1 20, j 3 29, j 4 10, j 5 10, j 6 12, J 2 10, J 5 7, z 2 14, z 4 24, z 5 8, Z 1 16, Z 4 36, Z 5 46, s 4 36, S 2 18, S 4 12, S 5 7, r 3 16, R 1 12; ventri-anal shield 108 long and 152 wide at the anterior corners; JV 5 23; Sge I 15, Sge II 17, Sge III 17, Sti III 15, Sge IV 33, Sti IV 22, St IV 54.

Specimens examined. Corrientes: Curuzú Cuatiá – Parandi (29 ° 45 ' 44.9 ''S, 58 ° 3 '' 36.8 ''W), 6 -V- 2007, on Solanum viarum  (1 Ψ); Goya – Rincón (29 ° 6 ' 12.4 ''S, 59 ° 11 ' 49.5 ''W), 7 -V- 2007, on unidentified Solanaceae  (5 Ψ); Goya – Gómez (29 ° 5 ' 36.5 ''S, 59 ° 10 ' 13.9 ''W), 7 -V- 2007, on Psidium guajava  (1 Ψ); on Solanum  sp. 1 (3 Ψ). Salta: San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Orán (23 ° 4 ' 15.5 ''S, 64 ° 19 ' 38.7 ''W), 9 -V- 2007, on Solanum americanum  (1 Ψ); San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Arroyo Zenta (23 ° 6 ' 41 ''S, 64 ° 19 ' 46.3 ''W), 10 -V- 2007, on Nicotiana glauca  (1 Ψ); San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Ingenio San Martín del Tabacal (23 ° 17 ' 56.7 ''S, 62 ° 11 ' 11.8 ''W), 10 -V- 2007, S. americanum  (1 Ψ, 2 immatures); Joaquín V. Gonzalez – Desvío (25 ° 9 ' 51.2 ''S, 64 ° 5 ' 10.2 ''W), 12 -V- 2007, on Cestrum  sp. (2 Ψ, 1 ɗ, 1 immature).

Previous records. Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Jamaica, Paraguay and Peru (Guanilo et al. in press).

Typhlodromalus peregrinus (Muma) 

Typhlodromus peregrinus Muma 1955: 270  .

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) peregrinus, Chant 1959: 97  .

Typhlodromalus peregrinus, Muma et al. 1970: 88  ; Moraes et al. 1986: 132; 2004: 202; Zacarias & Moraes 2001: 582; Chant & McMurtry 2005 b: 199; 2007: 11.

Amblyseius peregrinus, McMurtry 1983: 255  ; Moraes et al. 1991: 130.

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) robineae Chant 1959: 98  (synonymy by Muma 1964). Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) evansi Chant 1959: 99  (synonymy by Muma 1964). Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) primulae Chant 1959: 99  (synonymy by Muma 1964).

FEMALE. (3 specimens measured)

Dorsal shield 353 (345–365) long and 205 (203–208) wide; j 1 31 (30–32), j 3 35 (34–36), j 4 12, j 5 13 (12– 14), j 6 15 (15–16), J 2 16 (16–17), J 5 10 (9–10), z 2 20 (19–20), z 4 29 (28–31), z 5 11 (10–12), Z 1 22 (21–23), Z 4 45 (43–48), Z 5 66 (64–68), s 4 42 (40–45), S 2 32 (30–33), S 4 25 (25–26), S 5 12 (12–13), r 3 21 (20–21), R 1 19 (17–22); distances between st 1 -st 3 63 (62–65), st 2 -st 2 64 (60–66) and st 5 -st 5 75 (72–78); ventri-anal shield 115 (105–120) long, 63 (63–65) wide at level of ZV 2 and 70 (68–73) wide at level of anus; JV 5 50 (48– 53); movable cheliceral digit 32 (31–33) long, with 3 teeth; fixed cheliceral digit 35 long, with 8 teeth; calyx of spermatheca 15 (14–16) long; Sge I 18 (17–19), Sge II 21 (20–21), Sge III 26 (25–28), Sti III 19 (18–20), Sge IV 47 (45–48), Sti IV 24 (23–26), St IV 68 (65–71). Chaetotaxy: genu II 2, 2/ 0-2 /0, 1; genu III 1, 2/ 1-2 /0, 1.

MALE. (1 specimen measured)

Dorsal shield 278 long and 175 wide; j 1 22, j 3 27, j 4 9, j 5 10, j 6 10, J 2 11, J 5 9, z 2 13, z 4 20, z 5 9, Z 1 15, Z 4 28, Z 5 36, s 4 32, S 2 19, S 4 14, S 5 10, r 3 17, R 1 14; ventri-anal shield 115 long and 163 wide at the anterior corners; JV 5 24; Sge I 10, Sge II 16, Sge III 16, Sti III 12, Sge IV 28, Sti IV 20, St IV 46.

Specimens examined. Entre Ríos: Paraná – Paraná (31 ° 44 ' 27.2 ''S, 60 ° 31 ' 6.8 ''W), 3 -V- 2007, on amaranthaceous plant (1 Ψ); Concordia- San Cayetano (31 ° 18 ' 57 ''S, 58 ° 6 ' 44.3 ''W), 4 -V- 2007, on Solanum melongena  (1 Ψ); on Solanum  sp. 1. (5 Ψ, 1 ɗ, 1 immature). Corrientes: Curuzú Cuatiá – Ruta 14 (29 ° 47 ' 57 ''S, 58 ° 4 ' 42.9 ''W), 6 -V- 2007, on Solanum  sp. 2. (1 Ψ); Goya – Lavalle (28 ° 59 ' 59.9 ''S, 59 ° 9 ' 38.3 ''W), 7 -V- 2007, on Solanum viarum  (1 Ψ). Salta: Metán – Crestón (25 ° 29 ' 25.3 ''S, 64 ° 58 ' 28.10 ''W), 12 -V- 2007, on Nicotiana glauca  (1 Ψ). Tucumán: San Miguel de Tucumán – Zanja Abierta (26 ° 48 ' 19.6 ''S, 65 ° 20 ' 26.2 ''W), 15 -V- 2007, on Salpichroa origanifolia  (1 Ψ).

Previous records. Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Hawaii, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Surinam, USA and Venezuela.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Phytoseiidae

Loc

Typhlodromalus Muma

Guanilo, Alberto Daniel, Moraes, Gilberto José De, Toledo, Silvana & Knapp, Markus 2008
2008
Loc

Amblyseius peregrinus

Moraes 1991: 130
1991
Loc

Amblyseius aripo

Feres 1998: 126
Moraes 1988: 73
Moraes 1983: 132
1988
Loc

Typhlodromalus peregrinus

Chant 2005: 199
Zacarias 2001: 582
Moraes 1986: 132
1986
Loc

Typhlodromalus aripo

Chant 2005: 199
Lofego 2004: 10
Moraes 1986: 128
Denmark 1973: 257
De 1967: 21
1973
Loc

Amblyseius (Typhlodromalus)

Muma 1961: 288
Loc

Typhlodromalus

Chant 2005: 196
Loc

Typhlodromus peregrinus

Muma 1955: 270
Loc

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) peregrinus

Chant 1959: 97
Loc

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) robineae

Chant 1959: 98
Chant 1959: 99
Chant 1959: 99