Ameroseius corbiculus (Sowerby),

Joharchi, Omid, Issakova, Aigerim K., Asyamova, Olga S., Sarcheshmeh, Mohammadhassan Abbasi & Tolstikov, Andrei V., 2020, Some soil-inhabiting mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) from Kazakhstan, with description of a new species of Gaeolaelaps Evans & Till (Acari: Laelapidae), Zootaxa 4819 (3), pp. 473-498: 474

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4819.3.3

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:04B4CE92-5A0D-4AA7-A599-4016824C9035

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4441001

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039287E3-B008-9855-F081-5471FE59F862

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Ameroseius corbiculus (Sowerby)
status

 

Ameroseius corbiculus (Sowerby) 

( Figures 1 – 2View FIGURES 1–2)

Acarus corbicula Sowerby, 1806  : Tab. 66/14.

Ameroseius corbiculus  .— Karg, 1971: 233; Karg, 1993: 230; Kontschán, 2007: 100; Kazemi & Rajaei, 2013: 64; KhalilI–Moghadam & Saboori, 2014: 674; Kontschán et al., 2016: 135; Mašán, 2017: 30 View Cited Treatment .

Ameroseius (Ameroseius) corbiculus  .— Hajizadeh et al., 2013: 150.

Ameroseius crassisetosus Ye & Ma, 1993: 86  (synonymy by Mašán, 2017).

Ameroseius qinghaiensis Li & Yang, 2000: 65  (synonymy by Mašán, 2017).

Ameroseius norvegicus Narita, Abduch & Moraes (in Narita et al., 2015: 391)  View Cited Treatment (synonymy by Mašán, 2017).

Specimens examined. Five females, Kostanay Region, Kazakhstan, 53°15ʹN, 66°29ʹE, 5 October 2019, A.K. Is-sakova coll., from soil (in TSUMZ)GoogleMaps  .

Remarks. The most recent taxonomic work on the family was by Mašán (2017), who comprehensively revised the generic concepts and morphological attributes of this family. A. corbiculus  was described from British Isles in moss ( Sowerby, 1806), and has been recorded from Europe, England and China ( Mašán, 2017). It is now recorded in Kazakhstan for the first time, from soil. Mašán (2017) designated a lectotype of A. corbiculus  , and synonymised Ameroseius norvegicus  with A. corbiculus  . Our specimens agree very well with the description given by Narita et al. (2015) (for A. norvegicus  ), also with modifications presented by Mašán (2017) for this species. Ameroseius corbiculus  is easily recognised by the 29 pairs of stout and robust setae, long enough to reach the base of the next posterior setae, seta j1 flat, broad and serrate ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1–2) and five pairs of setae on the opisthogastric soft integument (JV4 absent) ( Fig. 2View FIGURES 1–2).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Ameroseiidae

Genus

Ameroseius

Loc

Ameroseius corbiculus (Sowerby)

Joharchi, Omid, Issakova, Aigerim K., Asyamova, Olga S., Sarcheshmeh, Mohammadhassan Abbasi & Tolstikov, Andrei V. 2020
2020
Loc

Ameroseius norvegicus Narita, Abduch & Moraes (in Narita et al., 2015: 391 )

Narita, J. P. Z. & Abduch, W. Y. & Moraes, G. J. & Klingen, I. 2015: 391
2015
Loc

Ameroseius (Ameroseius) corbiculus

Hajizadeh, J. & Tajmiri, P. & Masan, P. 2013: 150
2013
Loc

Ameroseius qinghaiensis

Li, C. & Yang, X. - Z. 2000: 65
2000
Loc

Ameroseius crassisetosus

Ye, R. - Y. & Ma, L. - M. 1993: 86
1993
Loc

Ameroseius corbiculus

Masan, P. 2017: 30
Kontschan, J. & Acs, A. & Sutak, A. 2016: 135
Saboori, A. 2014: 674
Kazemi, Sh. & Rajaei, A. 2013: 64
Kontschan, J. 2007: 100
Karg, W. 1993: 230
Karg, W. 1971: 233
1971