Diphascon pingue ( Marcus, 1936 ) sensu

Kaczmarek, Łukasz, Michalczyk, Łukasz & Mcinnes, Sandra J., 2015, Annotated zoogeography of non-marine Tardigrada. Part II: South America, Zootaxa 3923 (1), pp. 1-107: 38

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3923.1.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5687986

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scientific name

Diphascon pingue ( Marcus, 1936 ) sensu
status

sensu

86. Diphascon pingue ( Marcus, 1936) sensu   lato [T]

H. (D.) pinguis Marcus, 1936   (du Bois-Reymond Marcus 1944)

Hypsibius pinguis Marcus ( Iharos 1963)  

Diphascon pinguis Marcus, 1936 ( Claps & Rossi 1984)  

D. (D.) pingue Marcus, 1936 ( Rossi & Claps 1989)  

Diphascon (Diphascon) pingue ( Marcus, 1936) ( Garitano-Zavala 1995)   D. (D.) pingue ( Garitano-Zavala 1996)  

Diphascon pingue ( Marcus, 1936)   ( Pilato et al. 2003 a)

Terra typica: Germany (Europe)

Argentina:

• 24 °07′S, 65 ° 24 ′W; 1,450 m asl: Jujuy Province, road to Yala, moss on tree. Claps & Rossi (1984)

• 26 ° 47 ′S, 65 ° 20 ′W; 750 m asl: Tucumán Province, Horco Molle, mosses on tree and soil (2 samples). Claps & Rossi (1984)

• 41 ° 11 ′S, 714 ° 9 ′W; 1,800 m asl: Rio Negro Province, Nahuel Huapi National Park, Monte Tronador, lichens form tree. Rossi & Claps (1989)

• 41 ° 59 ′S, 71 ° 34 ′W; 300 m asl: Rio Negro Province, El Bolsón, Valley of Rio Azul, mosses on decaying tree trunks in Nothofagus dombeyi   grove. Iharos (1963)

Bolivia:

• 16 ° 13 'S, 68 ° 13 'W; 4,550–4,700 m asl: La Paz Department, Cordillera de la Real de los Andes, Tuni, subnival floor, cushion moss. Garitano-Zavala (1995, 1996)

• 16 ° 20 'S, 68 ° 23 'W; 4,650–4,700m asl: La Paz Department, Cordillera de la Real de los Andes, La Cumbre, subnival floor, cushion moss. Garitano-Zavala (1995, 1996)

Brazil:

• 22 ° 44 ′S, 45 ° 35 ′W; 1,650 m asl: São Paulo State, Campos do Jordão, mosses or aquatic plants. du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1944)

• 23 ° 35 ′S, 46 ° 41 ′W; 750 m asl: São Paulo State, near Itaím, mosses or aquatic plants. du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1944)

Ecuador:

• 00° 54 ′N, 78 ° 33 ′W; 800 m asl: Esmeraldas Province, Alto Tambo, liverwort ( Plagiochila punctata   ). Pilato et al. (2003 a)

Record numbers: Argentina: 4, Bolivia: 2, Brazil: 2, Ecuador: 1; total: 9.

Remarks: The pingue   group is a complex of similar species (Pilato & Binda 1998, 1999, see Fontoura & Pilato (2007) for diagnostic key). Diphascon pingue sensu   lato was believed to be cosmopolitan ( McInnes 1994 a), but the recent group revision suggests the nominal species has probably Holarctic distribution (Pilato & Binda 1998, 1999), so the presence Diphascon pingue sensu   stricto in South America is questionable and requires verification.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Tardigrada

Class

Heterotardigrada

Order

Parachela

Family

Hypsibiidae

Genus

Diphascon

Loc

Diphascon pingue ( Marcus, 1936 ) sensu

Kaczmarek, Łukasz, Michalczyk, Łukasz & Mcinnes, Sandra J. 2015
2015
Loc

D. (D.) pingue (

Garitano-Zavala 1996
1996
Loc

Diphascon (Diphascon) pingue ( Marcus, 1936 ) ( Garitano-Zavala 1995 )

(Marcus, 1936) (Garitano-Zavala 1995
1995
Loc

D. (D.) pingue Marcus, 1936 ( Rossi & Claps 1989 )

Marcus, 1936 (Rossi & Claps 1989
1989
Loc

Diphascon pinguis Marcus, 1936 ( Claps & Rossi 1984 )

Marcus, 1936 (Claps & Rossi 1984
1984
Loc

Hypsibius pinguis Marcus ( Iharos 1963 )

Marcus (Iharos 1963
1963
Loc

H. (D.) pinguis

Marcus 1936
1936
Loc

Diphascon pingue (

Marcus 1936
1936