Typhlodromalus aripo DeLeon,

Lofego, A. C., De Moraes, G. J. & Castro, L. A. S., 2004, Phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) on Myrtaceae in the State of São Paulo, Brazil, Zootaxa 516, pp. 1-18: 10

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.157769

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3508427

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scientific name

Typhlodromalus aripo DeLeon
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Typhlodromalus aripo DeLeon 

Typhlodromalus aripo DeLeon, 1967: 21  ; Denmark & Muma, 1973: 257; Moraes et al., 1986: 128; 2000: 252 ;; 2004: 195; Zacarias & Moraes, 2001: 582.

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

Specimens examined: São Carlos: P. guajava  , V­ 2000 (2); IV­ 2001 (4), VII­ 2001 (1). Pirassununga: P. guajava  , I­ 2000 (4), V­ 2000 (15), VII­ 2000 (2), IV­ 2001 (9), VII­ 2001 (8), X­ 2001 (1); P. guineense  , V­ 2000 (2); XI­ 2000 (1), VII­ 2001 (1). Luiz Antonio: C. pubescens  , X­ 2001 (2); P. guajava  , X­ 2001 (1).

Associated phytophagous mites: Abacarus  sp. and O. psidii  on P. guajava  .

Previous records: Brazil — Bahia, Ceará, Maranhão, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio Grande do Sul, São Paulo; Colombia; Costa Rica; El Salvador; Guadeloupe; Guyana; Jamaica; Paraguay and Trinidad.

Remarks: The measurements of 5 adult females collected are similar to those given in the original description, except: j 3 and Sge III, about 20 % longer, z 4 and s 4 about 30 % longer, and J 2 about 40 % shorter. Moraes & McMurtry (1983), collecting in northeastern Brazil, also found differences on the length of these same setae, but with measurements intermediate between those shown in the original description and those found in this paper. The average measurements followed by the respective ranges (in parentheses) are: dorsal shield length 339 (325–350), width 195 (185–205), j 1 29 (25–33), j 3 44 (40–48), j 4 10 (9– 10), j 5 10 (9–10), j 6 13 (13–15), J 2 12 (10–13), J 5 8 (8–9), z 2 16 (15–18), z 4 42 (40–48), z 5 7 (6–8), Z 1 20 (18–23), Z 4 66 (63–70), Z 5 81 (73–85), s 4 57 (53–60), S 2 29 (28–30), S 4 22 (20–23), S 5 11 (9–13), r 3 20 (18–21), R 1 15 (13–15), Sge I 21 (20–23), Sge II 22 (20–25), Sge III 30 (28–33), Sti III 19 (18–20), Sge IV 54 (53–55), Sti IV 23 (20–25), St IV 67 (65–68), St 1 –St 3 65 (63–68), St 2 –St 2 70 (68–75), St 5 –St 5 80 (78–83), length of ventrianal shield 112 (103–118), width at ZV 2 level 67 (63–70), width at anus level 76 (75–78), length of calyx of spermatheca 10 (9–13).

The measurements of a single male are: dorsal shield length 270, width 165, j 1 20, j 3 33, j 4 10, j 5 9, j 6 13, J 2 13, J 5 6, z 2 13, z 4 30, z 5 8, Z 1 13, Z 4 48, Z 5 50, s 4 40, S 2 15, S 4 13, S 5 8, r 3 13, R 1 13, Sge I 15, Sge II 18, Sge III 20, Sti III 18, Sge IV 38, Sti IV 20, St IV 50, width of ventrianal shield 155 at anterior corners, length of shaft of spermadactyl 23. This is the first description of a male of this species.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Phytoseiidae

Genus

Typhlodromalus

Loc

Typhlodromalus aripo DeLeon

Lofego, A. C., De Moraes, G. J. & Castro, L. A. S. 2004
2004
Loc

Amblyseius aripo

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

Typhlodromalus aripo

Zacarias 2001: 582
Moraes 1986: 128
Denmark 1973: 257
DeLeon 1967: 21
1973