Liebstadia similis ( Michael, 1888 ),

Behan-Pelletier, Valerie M. & Lindo, Zoë, 2019, Checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Canada and Alaska, Zootaxa 4666 (1), pp. 1-180: 127-128

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Liebstadia similis ( Michael, 1888 )
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Liebstadia similis ( Michael, 1888) 

Original name: Notaspis similis Michael, 1888  ( Willmann 1931)

Combination: Eremaeus similis ( Michael, 1888)  ; ( Oudemans 1900a), Oribatula similis ( Michael, 1888)  ; ( Oudemans 1906).

Synonymy: Protoribates silésius Sellnick, 1925  : ( Sellnick 1928), Oribates pallidula sensu Oudemans (1896)  , non C.L. Koch (1841): ( van der Hammen 1952).

Geographic Location: AK: Fort Richardson, Fairbanks; Anchorage ( Hammer 1955a); Cape Thompson ( Watson et al. 1966); Kodiak Is., Mountain slope facing west immediately NE of Bare Lake; West of Pinguicula Lake  ; slope facing south near northern end of Amara Lake; Mountain SW of northern end of Bare Lake ( Hammer 1967); Northern and northwestern coastal plain; Atqasuk; Brooks Range; Fairbanks Region; Denali NP; Chugach Mtns; Kenai Peninsula; Kodiak Is.; Aleutian Islands; Pribilof Islands ( Behan 1978a); Elliott Highway Burn, (65°19’N, 149°06’W) ( Thomas & McLean 1988); YT: Coastal Plain; Ivvavik NP, British Mtns; Porcupine Plains; Richardson Mtns; Ogilvie Mtns ( Behan-Pelletier 1997b); NT: Reindeer Station ( Hammer 1952a); Mackenzie Delta arctic and subarctic ( Behan 1978a); AB: Rocky Mtns, Mount Robson PP ( Hammer 1952a); NL: between Corner Brook and Little Grand Lake ( Dwyer et al. 1997, 1998).

Habitats: Rich meadow vegetation: Athyrium, Geranium, Verathrum, Heracleum  , Anemone  , with Alnus crispa  and Salix  ; dry meadow slope with Epilobium, Claytonia  , grasses; shrub tundra; Balsam fir forests.

Distribution: Semicosmopolitan.