Syringophilopsis

Skoracki, Maciej, Spicer, Greg S. & Oconnor, Barry M., 2016, A systematiC review of the subfamily Syringophilinae (ACari: Syringophilidae) of the NearCtiC region. Part 1: quill mites assoCiated with passerines (Aves: Passeriformes), Zootaxa 4084 (4), pp. 451-494: 481-482

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4084.4.1

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scientific name

Syringophilopsis
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Key to species of the genus Syringophilopsis 

(females)

* species occurring in the North America.

1. Setae f1 and h1 subequal in length....................................................................... 2

- Setae h1 distinctly longer or shorter than f1 ......................................... /species group fringillae  /... 22

2. Setae f1 and h1 short and several times shorter than f2 and h2 … /species group turdi  /............................... 3

- Setae f1 and h1 long subequal to f2 and h2 ......................................... /species group elongatus  / … 26

3. Hypostomal apex with 2 pairs of protuberances............................................................. 4

- Hypostomal apex with 1 pair of protuberances............................................................. 12

4. Genital setae g1 and g2 shorter than agenital setae ag2 ........................................................ 5

- Both pairs of genital setae and agenital setae ag2 subequal in length............................................. 8

5. Hysteronotal shields present............................................................................. 6

- Hysteronotal shields absent.............................................................................. 7

6. Each lateral branch of peritremes with 11–13 chambers. Setae si 3–3.5 times longer than vi. Length of stylophore 285. Setae se and c1 situated at same transverse level................................................ S. rusticus Skoracki, 2004 

- Each lateral branch of peritremes with 8–10 chambers. Setae si 6.1–8.3 times longer than vi. Length of stylophore 160–170. Setae se situated anterior to level of setae c1 ...................................... .. S. muscicapicus Skoracki, 2011 

7. Lateral branch of peritreme with 13 chambers. Stylophore 260 long. Setae g1 and g2 equal in length. Setae ag2 2.4 times lon- ger than g1 ................................................... S. trogoni Skoracki, Mironov and Unsoeld, 2013 

- Lateral branch of peritreme with 11 chambers. Stylophore 185–195 long. Setae g1 1.5 times longer than g2. Setae ag2 1.3 times longer than g1 .............................................................. S. szeffleri Glowska, 2014 

8. Propodonotal setae vi and ve subequal in length....................................... S. kazmierski Skoracki, 2004 

- Propodonotal setae ve longer than vi ..................................................................... 9

9. Setae vi longer than 200. Setae ve longer than 300.............................. S. garrulus Skoracki & Dabert, 2004 

- Setae vi shorter than 110. Setae ve shorter than 210.......................................................... 10

10. Bases of setae se and c1 situated at same transverse level............. S. yosefi Skoracki, Tryjanowski and Hromada, 2003 

- Bases of setae se situated distinctly anterior to level of setae c1 ............................................... 11

11. Hysteronotal shields present. Setae ve shorter than 140 long.............. S. sialiae Skoracki, Flannery and Spicer, 2008  *

- Hysteronotal shields absent. Setae ve 170–200 long........................................ S. turdi ( Fritsch, 1958)  *

12. Seta ve 4–4.5 times longer than vi. Setae ag2 1.5 times longer than g1 ................... S. acrocephali Skoracki, 1999 

- Seta ve 1.3–3.5 times longer than vi. Setae ag2 2 or more times longer than g1 ................................... 13

13. Agenital setae ag1 and ag2 unequal in length............................................................... 14

- Agenital setae ag1 and ag2 subequal in length............................................................. 15

14. Setae ag1 1.3 times longer than ag2. Setae ag2 2.5–3 times longer than g1. Setae ve twice as long as vi ........................................................................... S. kirgizorum Bochkov, Mironov and Kravtsova, 2000 

- Setae ag1 twice as long as ag2. Setae ag2 twice as long as g1. Setae ve 3–3.5 times longer than vi ........................................................................................ S. lagonostictus Skoracki and Dabert 2002 

15. Hysteronotal shields absent............................................................................. 16

- Hysteronotal shields present........................................................................... 20

16. Punctate area near bases of setae d1 present................................................................ 17

- Punctate area near bases of setae d1 absent............................................................... 18

17. Pygidial shield apunctate with indistinct anterior margin.............. S. polioptilus Skoracki, Flannery and Spicer, 2008  *

- Pygidial shield punctate with distinctly rounded anterior margin............ .. S. dendroicae Bochkov and Galloway, 2001  *

18. Apodemes I fused in anterior part of apodemes II........................................... S. bartrami  sp. nov. *

- Apodemes I fused in middle part of apodemes II............................................................ 19

19. Setae ve longer than 320.......................................... S. sittae Skoracki, Hendricks and Spicer, 2011  *

- Setae ve shorter than 260.......................................................... S. passericus Skoracki, 2011 

20. Length of stylophore 180–210. Length ratio of setae g1: ag2 1:2–3............................................. 21

- Length of stylophore 230–245. Length ratio of setae g1: ag2 1:3.5–4................ S. sturni Chirov and Kravtsova, 1995 

21. Setae se and c1 situated at same transverse level. Length of setae ve 160–205................................................................................................... S. certhiae Skoracki, Hendricks and Spicer, 2011  *

- Setae se situated anterior to level of setae c1. Length of setae ve 105–110...................... S. idunae Skoracki, 2011 

22. Setae f1 distinctly longer than h1 ............................... S. empidonax Skoracki, Hendricks and Spicer, 2011  *

- Setae f1 distinctly shorter than h1 ........................................................................ 23

23. Length of setae vi longer than 200................................................... S. fringillae ( Fritsch, 1958) 

- Length of setae vi shorter 160......................................................................... 24

24. Setae ve less than 2.1 times longer than vi ................................................................ 25

- Setae ve 2.7–3 times longer than vi ..................................... S. melittophagi Skoracki and Dabert, 2001 

25. Length ratio vi: ve 1:2. Setae f1 100–125 long. Hysteronotal shields present....... S. albicollisi Skoracki and Dabert, 2000 

- Length ratio vi: ve 1:1.5–1.8. Setae f1 205–250 long. Hysteronotal shields absent................................................................................................... S. dicruri Skoracki, Hromada and Wamiti, 2011 

26. Genital setae long, subequal to agenital setae ag2 or less than 2 times shorter than ag2 ............................ 27

- Genital setae short and 2–5 times shorter than setae ag2 ...................................................... 33

27. Hypostomal apex ornamented by 2–3 pairs of protuberances................................................. 28

- Hypostomal apex ornamented by 1 pair of protuberances.................................................... 29

28. Hypostomal apex ornamented by 3 pairs of protuberances. Bases of setae si and c1 situated at same transverse level. Propodonotal shield sparsely punctate only at lateral margins................... S. icteri Bochkov and Galloway, 2001  *

- Hypostomal apex ornamented by 2 pairs of protuberances. Bases of setae si situated anterior to level of setae c1. Propodonotal shield densely punctate on whole surface.......................... S. sturnellus Skoracki, Hendricks and Spicer, 2011  *

29. Hysteronotal shields absent........................................................................... 30

- Hysteronotal shields present............................................................................ 31

30‡. Setae vi 90 –100 long. Fan-like setae p' and p" of tarsi III and IV with 14–17 tines. In males, setae si 180–205 long................................................................................. S. pari Skoracki and Mironov, 2013 

- Setae vi 67 –78 long. Fan-like setae p' and p" of tarsi III and IV have 20–23 tines. In males, setae si 56–60 long.......................................................................... S. emberizae Fain, Bochkov and Mironov, 2000 

31. Setae ag2 and g2 shorter than 180......................................... S. borini Bochkov and Mironov, 1999  ,

- Setae ag2 and g2 longer than 280...................................................................... 32

32. Pygidial shield densely punctate............................................ S. blaszaki Skoracki and Dabert, 1999 

- Pygidial shield apunctate.............................................. S. philemonis Glowska and Laniecka, 2013 

33. Setae vi shorter than 160.............................................................................. 34

- Setae vi longer than 200.............................................................................. 40

34. Hysteronotal shields absent............................................................................. 35

– Hysteronotal shields present........................................................................... 36

35. Each lateral branch of peritremes with 15–16 chambers. Setae se situated distinctly anterior to level of setae c1. Pygidial shield sparsely punctate, weakly sclerotized, anterior margin indiscernible.............. S. tyranni Bochkov and Galloway, 2004  *

- Each lateral branch of peritremes with 11 chambers. Setae se situated slightly anterior to level of setae c1. Pygidial shield apunctate, well sclerotized, anterior margin discernible................................. S. nucifragus Skoracki, 2011 

36. Hypostomal apex with 2 pairs of protuberances......................................... S. hirundus Skoracki, 2004 

- Hypostomal apex with 1 pair of protuberances............................................................ 37

37. Setae ag2 2–3.5 times longer than g1 .................................................................... 38

- Setae ag2 more than 4 times longer than g1 ................................................................ 39

38. Each lateral branch of peritremes with 10–13 chambers......................... S. davidi Glowska and Laniecka, 2012 

- Each lateral branch of peritremes with 17–18 chambers.................. .. S. mimidus Sikora, Fajfer and Skoracki, 2011 

39. Setae ve 1.5–1.6 times longer than vi. Total body length 1,000–1,050........................................... 40

- Setae ve twice as long as vi. Total body length 1,265–1,285........................ S. nitens Skoracki and Dabert, 2001 

40. Each medial branch of peritremes with 4–6 chambers, each lateral branch with 11–15 chambers. Setae g1 and g2 70–80 and 80–125, respectively......................................... S. kristini Skoracki, Tryjanowski and Hromada, 2002 

- Each medial branch of peritremes with 3 chambers, each lateral branch with 17–18 chambers. Both setae g1 and g2 50–55 long.................................................................................... S. catesbyi  sp. nov. *

41. Setae c1 and se situated at same transverse level........................................................... 42

- Setae se situated distinctly anterior to level of setae c1 ...................................................... 44

42. Hypostomal apex with 1 pair of protuberances............................................................. 43

- Hypostomal apex with 2 pairs of protuberances........................................ S. passerinae ( Clark, 1964)  *

43. Hysteronotal shield absent. Pygidial shield with indistinct anterior margin................. .. S. spinolettus Skoracki, 2004 

- Hysteronotal shield present. Pygidial shield with rounded anterior margin......................... S. wilsoni  sp. nov. *

44. Lateral branch of peritreme with 9 chambers. Length ratio of setae vi: si 1:1.8. Setae si situated anterior to level of setae c2 ............................................................... S. veselovsky Skoracki, Antczak and Riegert, 2009 

- Lateral branch of peritreme with 12–14 chambers. Length ratio of setae vi: si 1:1.2. Setae si and c2 situated at same transverse level......................................................................... S. elongatus ( Ewing, 1911)  *