Cheiroseius curtipes (Halbert),

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: 477-478

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.4441013

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039287E3-B00D-9852-F081-570EFE7BFEF2

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Cheiroseius curtipes (Halbert)
status

 

Cheiroseius curtipes (Halbert) 

( Figures 11–15View FIGURES 11–15)

Lasioseius (Episeius) glaber var. curtipes Halbert, 1923: 370  .

Sejus curtipes  .— Evans & Hyatt, 1960: 59; Athias-Henriot, 1961: 448; Ishikawa, 1969: 128; Karg, 1971: 256.

Cheiroseius curtipes  .— Bregetova, 1977: 195; Chelebiev, 1988a: 9; Chelebiev, 1988b: 71; Farrier & Hennessey, 1993: 31; Christian & Karg, 2006: 238; Kazemi & Rajaei 2013: 114; Moraes et al., 2016: 141 View Cited Treatment .

Cheiroseius (Posttrematus) curtipes  .— Karg, 1981: 59; 1993: 258; Kaluz & Fenďa, 2005: 51.

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. Cheiroseius curtipes  was originally described from wet moss on Lambay Island, Dublin, Ireland ( Halbert, 1923). This species has been recorded form nest of the narrow-headed vole (Animalia: Rodentia) from Ka-zakhstan ( Chelebiev, 1988a, b). Our newly collected specimens from soil agree very well with the description given by Evans & Hyatt (1960) for Sejus curtipes  and Kaluz & Fenďa (2005) for Cheiroseius (Posttrematus) curtipes  . This species can be readily recognised by the leg I distinctly shorter than the idiosoma ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 11–15), claws on tarsus I smaller than claws on legs II–IV ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 11–15), ventrianal shield bearing four pairs of setae ( Figs 11 & 13View FIGURES 11–15), lateral margins slightly concave in caudal part ( Fig. 13View FIGURES 11–15), sternal shield without a M-shaped pattern ( Figs 13 & 15View FIGURES 11–15) and epistome three-pronged ( Fig. 14View FIGURES 11–15).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Ascidae

Genus

Cheiroseius

Loc

Cheiroseius curtipes (Halbert)

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

Cheiroseius (Posttrematus) curtipes

Kaluz, S. & Fenda, P. 2005: 51
Karg, W. 1993: 258
Karg, W. 1981: 59
1981
Loc

Cheiroseius curtipes

Moraes, G. J. & Britto, E. P. J. & Mineiro, J. L. de & Halliday, B. 2016: 141
Kazemi, Sh. & Rajaei, A. 2013: 114
Christian, A. & Karg, W. 2006: 238
Farrier, M. H. & Hennessey, M. K. 1993: 31
Chelebiev, K. A. 1988: 9
Chelebiev, K. A. 1988: 71
Bregetova, N. G. 1977: 195
1977
Loc

Sejus curtipes

Karg, W. 1971: 256
Ishikawa, K. 1969: 128
Athias-Henriot, C. 1961: 448
Evans, G. O. & Hyatt, K. H. 1960: 59
1960
Loc

Lasioseius (Episeius) glaber var. curtipes

Halbert, J. N. 1923: 370
1923