Typhloseiopsis dorsoreticulatus Lofego, Demite & Feres

Gonçalves, Dinarte, Silva, Guilherme Liberato Da & Ferla, Noeli Juarez, 2013, Phytoseiid mites (Acari) associated with yerba mate in southern Brazil, with description of a new species, Zootaxa 3746 (2), pp. 357-371: 367

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3746.2.6

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scientific name

Typhloseiopsis dorsoreticulatus Lofego, Demite & Feres
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Typhloseiopsis dorsoreticulatus Lofego, Demite & Feres 

Typhloseiopsis dorsoreticulatus Lofego, Demite & Feres, 2011: 2350  .

Specimens examined. ILÓPOLIS: (I), September 2002 (2); January 2003 (1); July 2003 (1); May 2004 (1); July 2004 (1); (H), September 2002 (1); October 2002 (1); February 2003 (1); July 2003 (1); (N), October 2002 (1); February 2003 (2); (M), September 2002 (6); June 2004 (1); July 2004 (1); August 2004 (1). PUTINGA: (I), September 2002 (3); September 2003 (1); October 2003 (1); (H), September 2002 (2); June 2003 (2); February 2004 (1); (N), September 2002 (1); October 2002 (1); September 2003 (1); October 2003 (1); November 2003 (1); (M), November 2002 (1); April 2003 (2); May 2003 (1); June 2003 (1); January 2004 (1);

Adult Female. Four females examined.

Dorsum. Dorsal shield with 341 (328–350) long, 199 (190–203) wide at level of s 4; j 1 19 (15–23), j 3 14 (13– 15), j 4 12 (10–13), j 5 11 (10–12), j 6 11 (10–12), J 2 17 (15–18), J 5 10, z 2 14 (13–15), z 3 12 (10–13), z 4 13, z 5 12 (10–13), Z 4 25, Z 5 61 (58–63), s 4 17 (15–18), s 6 19 (18–20), S 5 14 (13–15), r 3 17 (15–18), R 1 17 (15–18).

Venter. Distances between St 1 –St 3 62 (60–63), St 2 –St 2 67 (63–75), St 5 –St 5 64 (63–65). Ventrianal shield with 122 (118–123) long, 103 (100–108) wide at level of ZV 2 and 86 (80–93) wide at level of anus.

Chelicera. Fixed digit 28 long and movable digit 25 long.

Legs. Sge III 13; Sge IV 17 (15–18), Sti IV 15 and St IV 31 (28–33).

Previous records in Rio Grande do Sul. This species is reported for the first time in Rio Grande do Sul state.

Comments. The measurements of our specimens were similar to those in the original description. This species was recently described from specimens collected in Brazilian Atlantic Forest in São Paulo state (Lofego et al., 2011).