Chamobatidae Grandjean, 1954,

Fischer, Barbara M. & Schatz, Heinrich, 2013, Biodiversity of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) along an altitudinal gradient in the Central Alps, Zootaxa 3626 (4), pp. 429-454: 447-448

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3626.4.2

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Chamobatidae Grandjean, 1954
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Chamobatidae Grandjean, 1954 

Chamobates birulai (Kulczynski, 1902) 

Distribution: Europe, Northern and Central Asia, Greenland Habitat: forest soils

Obergurgl area: pine forest at 2050 m (Zirbenwald)

Taxonomic remark: The synonymity with Chamobates tricuspidatus Willmann, 1953  as assumed by Weigmann (2006) and Subías (2012) is questionable.

Chamobates borealis (Trägårdh, 1902) 

Distribution: Palaearctic

Habitat: forest soils, in moss

Obergurgl area: pine forest at 2050 m (Zirbenwald), Caricetum at 2600 m (Hohe Mut) Nomenclatural remark: A synonym of Chamobates  (C.) pusillus (Berlese, 1895) according to Subías (2012)

Chamobates cuspidatus (Michael, 1884) 

Distribution: Holarctic, Madagascar

Habitat: in moist forest soils

Obergurgl area: pine forest at 2050 m (Zirbenwald); previous studies: 1980 m (hay meadow), pine forest at 2050 m (Zirbenwald), 2100–2190 m (dwarf shrub community), 2230–2340 m (alpine meadows with lichen communities), 2500 m (scree slope), 2650 m (alpine meadow)

Chamobates voigtsi (Oudemans, 1902) 

Distribution: Europe, Caucasia, Central Asia

Habitat: forest soils, in moss

Obergurgl area: pine forest at 2050 m (Zirbenwald)

Nomenclatural remark: Chamobates (Xiphobates) voigtsi (Oudemans, 1902)  according to Subías (2012)