Picobia dryobatis ( Fritsch, 1958 )

Skoracki, Maciej, Sikora, Bozena & Spicer, Greg S., 2016, A review of the subfamily Picobiinae Johnston and Kethley, 1973 (Acariformes: Prostigmata: Syringophilidae), Zootaxa 4113 (1), pp. 1-95: 62-63

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Picobia dryobatis ( Fritsch, 1958 )
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Picobia dryobatis ( Fritsch, 1958) 

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Syringophilus dryobatis Fritsch, 1958: 242  , fig. 10. Type material is lost (in Kethley: 65). Material from type host species from Poland, examined.

Picobia dryobatis, Kethley 1970: 65  ; Skoracki 2011: 334, figs. 245–247; Skoracki et al. 2014 a: 72; 2014 b: 108. Type host: Dendrocopos major Linnaeus  ( Piciformes  : Picidae  ). Type locality: Germany.

Additional material. Three females (PF) and 2 males from Dendrocopos macei (Vieillot)  ( Piciformes  : Picidae  ), INDIA: Uttarakhand, Naghar, 26 March 1966, coll. unknown, all material in AMU; 2 females (PF) and 1 male from Dendrocopos syriacus (Hemprich and Ehrenberg)  ( Picidae  ), IRANAbout IRAN: near Teheran, 7 March 1958, coll. S. H. J. Read, all material in AMU; 5 females (NPF), 2 females (PF) and 4 males from Dendrocopos borealis (Vieillot)  ( Picidae  ), USA: no other data, all material in AMU; 1 female (NPF) and 2 females (PF) from Jynx torquilla Linnaeus  ( Picidae  ), JAPAN: 7 September 1912, coll. J. Gengler, all material in AMU; 1 female (NPF), 5 females (PF) and 2 males from Picoides mixtus (Boddaert)  ( Picidae  ), PARAGUAY: San Luis, 16 September 1931, coll. E.

Schuhmacher, all material in AMU; 2 females (NPF) and 3 females (PF) from Picoides tridactylus (Linnaeus)  ( Picidae  ), SLOVAKIA: Rejdova, 27 September 1975, coll. T. Wiesz, all material in AMU; 2 females (NFP), 2 females (PF) and 8 males from same host species, BOSNIA ANDAbout AND HERZEGOVINA: Herzegovina region, Mostar, coll. Sandre, all material in AMU; 2 females (NPF), 7 females (PF) and 6 males from same host species, POLAND: Bukowina, February 1999, coll. unknown, all material in AMU; 2 females (PF) from same host species, KIRGHIZIA: Tien-Schan, Naryn Distr., 7 February 1910, coll. Merzbacher, all material in AMU; 2 females (PF) and 2 males from same host species, GERMANY: Bayern, Graseck, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 13 March 1925, coll. Pinzinger, all material in AMU and ZSMAbout ZSM.

Host range and distribution. Mesostenoxenous species associated with the woodpeckers ( Piciformes  : Picidae  ): Campethera nubica (Boddaert)  from Kenya ( Klimovicova et al. 2014), Dendrocopos borealis (Vieillot)  [new host] from USA (present paper), D. darjellensis Blyth  from Nepal ( Skoracki et al. 2014 b), D. leucotos (Bechstein)  from Slovakia (Skoracki 2011), D. macei (Vieillot)  [new host] from India (present paper), D. major (Linnaeus)  from Germany ( Fritsch 1958), Poland, Slovakia and England (Skoracki 2011; Nattress & Skoracki 2009), D. minor hortorum (Brehm)  from Slovakia (Skoracki 2011), D. syriacus (Hemprich and Ehrenberg)  [new host] from Iran (present paper), Dendropicos goertae St. Muller  from Ethiopia ( Skoracki et al. 2014 b), D. fuscescens (Vieillot)  from Zambia ( Klimovicova et al. 2014), D. namaquus Lichteinstein  from Tanzania, D. stierlingi Reichenov  from Tanzania ( Skoracki et al. 2014 b), Dryocopus pileatus (Linnaeus)  from USA ( Skoracki et al. 2014 a), Jynx torquilla Linnaeus  [new host] from Japan (present paper), Melanerpes erythrocephalus (Linnaeus)  from USA (Michigan), M. carolinus (Linnaeus)  from USA (Michigan) ( Skoracki et al. 2014 a), Picoides mixtus (Boddaert)  [new host] from Paraguay (present paper), P. pubescens (Linnaeus)  from USA (Texas, Virginia), P. scalaris (Wagler)  from USA (California) (Skoracki et al. 2010), P. tridactylus (Linnaeus)  from Slovakia (Skoracki 2011), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Kirghizia and Germany (present paper), Veniliornis cassini (Malherbe)  from Suriname, V. dingus (Sclater and Salvin)  from Ecuador, V. fumigatus (Orbigny)  from Venezuela, V. kirkii (Malherbe)  from Trinidad and Tobago, V. maculifrons (Spix)  from Brazil, V. passerinus (Linnaeus)  from Brazil, V. sanguineus ( Lichtenstein)  from Suriname, and V. spilogaster (Wagler)  from Paraguay ( Skoracki et al. 2014 b).

IRAN

Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection

AND

Slezsk� zemsk� muzeum Opava, Arboretum Nopv� Dvur

ZSM

Bavarian State Collection of Zoology

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Trombidiformes

Family

Syringophilidae

Genus

Picobia

Loc

Picobia dryobatis ( Fritsch, 1958 )

Skoracki, Maciej, Sikora, Bozena & Spicer, Greg S. 2016
2016
Loc

Picobia dryobatis

Skoracki 2014: 72
Kethley 1970: 65
2014
Loc

Syringophilus dryobatis

Fritsch 1958: 242