Pseudoparasitus missouriensis (Ewing),

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: 492-493

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.4441039

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039287E3-B01A-9840-F081-5704FCEBFD86

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Plazi

scientific name

Pseudoparasitus missouriensis (Ewing)
status

 

Pseudoparasitus missouriensis (Ewing) 

( Figures 66–67View FIGURES 66–67)

Hyletastes missouriensis Ewing, 1909: 66  .

Gymnolaelaps missouriensis  .— Hennessey & Farrier, 1988: 30.

Pseudoparasitus obsoletus Berlese, 1916c: 164  (synonymy by Hennessey & Farrier, 1988).

Laelaspis austriacus Sellnick, 1935: 353  (synonymy by Hennessey & Farrier, 1988).

Laelaspis austriacus  .— Willmann, 1951: 113.

Gymnolaelaps austriacus  .— Hunter, 1961: 680.

Pseudoparasitus austriacus  .— Hunter, 1966: 9.

Hypoaspis austriacus  .— Hirschmann & Bernhard, 1969: 132.

Hypoaspis (Gymnolaelaps) austriacus  .— Bregetova, 1977: 526.

Hypoaspis (Laelaspis) austriaca  .— Tenorio, 1982: 264; Karg, 1979: 101; 1989: 120; 1993: 161.

Pseudoparasitus missouriensis  .— Joharchi et al., 2011: 32 View Cited Treatment ; Joharchi et al., 2018: 37 View Cited Treatment .

Specimens examined. Four females, Kostanay Region, Kazakhstan, 53°15ʹN, 66°26ʹE, 6 October 2019, A.K. Is-sakova coll., from soil (in TSUMZ)GoogleMaps  .

Remarks. This species is very widespread and has been recorded many times, from North America, Europe and Russia. It is now recorded in Kazakhstan for the first time, from soil. The species may be recognised primarily by the relatively short dorsal setae ( Fig. 66View FIGURES 66–67), relatively narrow exopodal-parapodal plates behind coxa IV ( Fig. 67View FIGURES 66–67), very long and narrow metapodal plates ( Fig. 67View FIGURES 66–67), the very wide rounded genito-ventral shield ( Fig. 67View FIGURES 66–67), and a pair of opisthogastric setae in the soft skin between the genito-ventral and anal shields ( Fig. 67View FIGURES 66–67), epistome arch-shape and smooth, movable digit of chelicera with only a single tooth.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Laelapidae

Genus

Pseudoparasitus

Loc

Pseudoparasitus missouriensis (Ewing)

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

Gymnolaelaps missouriensis

Hennessey, M. K. & Farrier, M. H. 1988: 30
1988
Loc

Hypoaspis (Laelaspis) austriaca

Karg, W. 1993: 161
Karg, W. 1989: 120
Tenorio, J. 1982: 264
Karg, W. 1979: 101
1982
Loc

Hypoaspis (Gymnolaelaps) austriacus

Bregetova, N. G. 1977: 526
1977
Loc

Hypoaspis austriacus

Hirschmann, W. & Bernhard, F. & Greim, E. & Gotz, H. 1969: 132
1969
Loc

Pseudoparasitus austriacus

Hunter, P. E. 1966: 9
1966
Loc

Gymnolaelaps austriacus

Hunter, P. E. 1961: 680
1961
Loc

Laelaspis austriacus

Willmann, C. 1951: 113
1951
Loc

Laelaspis austriacus

Sellnick, M. 1935: 353
1935
Loc

Pseudoparasitus obsoletus

Berlese, A. 1916: 164
1916
Loc

Hyletastes missouriensis

Ewing, H. E. 1909: 66
1909