Klinckowstroemia

Villegas-Guzmán, Gabriel A., Reyes-Castillo, Pedro & Pérez, Tila M., 2011, New species of Klinckowstroemia Baker & Wharton, 1952 (Acari: Klinckowstroemiidae), associated with passalid beetles from Mexico and Panama, Zootaxa 2747, pp. 19-36 : 35-36

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.207115

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5627911

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03828782-9537-FFA8-FF6C-FB0FFA75FC1E

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Klinckowstroemia
status

 

Key to the species of Klinckowstroemia   based on females (modified from Rosario & Hunter, 1988).

1. Medial margins of latigynal shields wavy ( Fig. 2 View FIGURE 2 )............................................................ 2

- Medial margins of latigynal shields straight or pointed, never wavy ( Fig. 7 View FIGURE 7 A)...................................... 8

2. Sternal and latigynal setae barbed and/or serrated............................................................. 4

- Sternal and latigynal setae smooth......................................................................... 3

3. All sternal setae of equal length.............................................................. K. simplesetosa  

- Sternal setae st 2, st 3 and st 4 are microsetae ( Fig. 2 View FIGURE 2 G)................................................ .. K. pennula  

4. With four pairs of setae a; st 1 long and barbed, not serrated............................................... K. scotti  

- With one pair of setae a, st 1 serrated, not barbed............................................................. 5

5. Seta st 1 long (31–40) and serrated, setae st 3 and st 4 are medium and/or microsetae................................. 6

- Seta st 1 medium (21–29) and serrated, setae st 3 and st 4 are short....................................... K. montanoi  

6. Setae st 3 of medium length.............................................................................. 7

- Setae st 3 and st 4 are microsetae................................................................... K. valdezi  

7. Seta st 4 short................................................................................ K. victoriae  

- Seta st 4 a microseta ( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 H).................................................................... K. melissae  

8. Sternal seta st 1 barbed or bifurcate........................................................................ 9

- Sternal seta st 1 smooth................................................................................ 19

9. Sternal seta st 1 barbed................................................................................. 10

- Sternal seta st 1 bifurcate...................................................................... .. K. bifurcata  

10. Sternal seta st 2 barbed................................................................................. 11

- Sternal seta st 2 smooth................................................................................. 14

11. Sternal setae st 3 and st 4 smooth.................................................................. K. candidoi  

- Sternal setae st 3 and st 4 barbed and serrated................................................................ 12

12. Sternal seta st 1 very long, st 2 and st 3 medium; with 6–10 serrated setae on latigynal shields................ K. santibanezi  

- Sternal setae st 1, st 2 and st 3 are long and serrated........................................................... 13

13. Sternal shield granulated..................................................................... K. ballesterosi  

- Sternal shield reticulated ( Fig. 7 View FIGURE 7 A)............................................................... K. oconnori  

14. Mesogynal shield rounded anteriorly.......................................................... K. atramaculata  

- Mesogynal shield pointed anteriorly...................................................................... 15

15. Medial margins of latigynal shields pointed..................................................... K. tapachulensis  

- Medial margins of latigynal shields truncate............................................................... 16

16. Seta st 2 short or medium; body more than 900 µm long...................................................... 17

- Seta st 2 microseta, body less than 900 µm long............................................................. 18

17. Seta st 1 is the longest of sternal setae............................................................. K. schusteri  

- Seta st 3 is the longest of sternal setae.............................................................. K. cristinae  

18. Latigynal shields with 4–6 setae setae st 3 and st 4 microsetae..................................... K. brevimarginata  

- Latigynal shields with three setae, setae st 3 and st 4 short......................................... K. rectimarginata  

19. Two pairs of setae on latigynal shield............................................................. K. tragardhi  

- More than two pairs of setae on latigynal shields............................................................ 20

20. Posterior margin of ventral shield concave......................................................... K. concava  

- Posterior margin of ventral shield truncate................................................................. 21

21. Mesogynal shield extending anteriorly to sternogynal shield; medial margins of latigynal shields pointed............... 22

- Mesogynal shield not extending anteriorly to sternogynal shield; medial margins of latigynal shields truncated........... 26

22. Mesogynal shield extending anteriorly to sternogynal shield slightly............................................ 23

- Mesogynal shield extending anteriorly to sternogynal shield deeply............................................. 24

23. Seta st 1 microseta, st 2 short and simple, hyp 3 serrated................................................ K. franckei  

- Seta st 1 short and simple, st 2 microseta, hyp 3 simple.................................................. K. hunteri  

24. Lateral margins of mesogynal shield concave; all sternal setae of equal length......................... K. multisetillosa  

- Lateral margins of mesogynal shield straight............................................................... 25

25. Sternal setae medium length, sternal and sternogynal shields reticulated..................................... K. starri  

- Sternal setae are microsetae, sternal and sternogynal shields granulated ( Fig. 6 View FIGURE 6 C).............................. K. stilla  

26. Lateral margins of mesogynal shield concave; five or six pairs of setae on latigynal shield.................. K. grabowskii  

- Lateral margins of mesogynal shield straight; three or four pairs of setae on latigynal shield.......................... 27

27. Sternal seta st 2 shorter than st 3 and st 4; three pairs of setae on latigynal shields.............................. K. reyesi Sternal   seta st 2 longer than st 3 and st 4; four pairs of setae on latigynal shields.............................. K. truncata