Chamobatidae Grandjean, 1954,

Bolger, Thomas, 2017, Oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) recorded from Ireland: Catalogue, historical records, species habitats and geographical distribution, combinations, variations and synonyms, Zootaxa 4328 (1), pp. 1-174: 154-156

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Chamobatidae Grandjean, 1954
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Family Chamobatidae Grandjean, 1954 

Chamobates Hull, 1916 

· Chamobates cuspidatus (Michael, 1884)  *

· Original name: Oribata cuspidata Michael, 1884  .

· In: British Oribatidae  . Vols. I and II. Ray Soc., London. 656 pp.

· Historical combinations/variations Chamobates cuspidata (Michael) Sellnick, 1928  ; Murcia cuspidatus (Michael) Willmann, 1931  ; Euzetes cuspidatus (Michael) Willmann, 1931  ; Chamobates (Chamobates) cuspidatus (Michael) Subías, 2004  .

· Synonyms: Oribata dominae Hull, 1914  ; Oribata lucifer Hull, 1914  .

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Sphagnum  and amongst fallen pine needles (Halbert 1915); apple orchard (MacQuillan 1966); agricultural grassland (Curry 1976; Arroyo et al. 2009a); soil in Western hemlock, Monterey pine and Lawson cypress forest and in grassland (unpublished data); fungal sporocarps (O’Connell and Bolger 1997; unpublished data), soil in Norway spruce forest (McCarthy 2004); Machair fixed (stable) dunes and fore dunes and Machair grassland (Arroyo and Bolger 2011); raised bogs (Wisdom et al. 2011); moss on soil in Sitka spruce, oak, Scots pine and ash forests, moss in canopy in ash, oak and Scots pine forests, canopy in Sitka spruce and oak forests and soil in oak and ash forests (Arroyo et al. 2012, 2013b); moss in canopy, moss on soil and moss on trunk in yew and oak forest (Arroyo et al. 2013c); ant nests (Arroyo et al. 2015); canopy in ash and Sitka spruce forests (unpublished data). Counties: Armagh, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Limerick, Mayo, Meath, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary, Wexford and Wicklow.

· Chamobates pusillus (Berlese, 1895)  *

· Original name: Oribata pusillus Berlese, 1895  .

· In: Acari, Myriapoda et Scorpiones  , 77 (3).

· Historical combinations/variations: Chamobates (Chamobates) pusillus (Berlese) Subías, 2004  .

· Synonyms: Notaspis cuspidatus borealis Trägårdh, 1902  ; Chamobates incisus van der Hammen, 1952  ; Chamobaetes schuetzi (Oudemans) sensu van der Hammen 1952  .

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Agricultural grassland (Curry 1969, 1973); dune and pasture at seashore (Purvis 1982); fungal sporocarps (O’Connell 1994); apple orchard (Momen 1987); grain stores and bread vans (Cusack 1974; Cusack et al. 1975); soil in Norway spruce forest (Heneghan 1994). Counties: Kildare, Kilkenny and Wexford. 

· Chamobates schuetzi (Oudemans, 1902)  *

· Original name: Notaspis schützi Oudemans, 1902  . · In: Tijdschrift voor entomologie, 45, 2.

· Historical combinations/variations: Scheloribates schutzi (Oudemans) Buitendjik, 1945  ; Chamobates schützi  [sic] (Oudemans) Evans, 1952; Chamobates (Chamobates) shuetzi (Oudemans) Subías, 2004  .

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Bog and shelter belt on peat (Longworth 1973); acid peat bog (Behan- Pelletier and Hill 1983); agricultural grassland (Curry 1976; Arroyo et al. 2015; unpublished data); lichen (Seyd 1992); Machair fixed (stable) dunes and fore dunes and Machair grassland (Arroyo and Bolger 2011); pastures and Sitka spruce forests (Arroyo et al. 2009a); moss on soil an soil in Sitka spruce forests (Arroyo and Bolger 2007); canopy and moss in canopy in Stika spruce forest (Arroyo et al. 2009b); raised bogs, mountain blanket bogs, Atlantic blanket bogs and fens (Wisdom et al., 2011); soil, moss in canopy, canopy and moss on soil in oak, ash, Scots pine and Sitka spruce forests (Arroyo et al. 2012, 2013b); moss in canopy, moss on soil and moss on trunk in yew and oak forest and canopy in yew forest (Arroyo et al. 2013c); ant nests (Arroyo et al. 2015); canopy in ash, oak and Sitka spruce forests (unpublished data). Counties: Carlow, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Laois, Limerick, Mayo, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary and Wicklow.

· Chamobates subglobulus (Oudemans, 1900)  *

· Original name: Notaspis subglobulus Oudemans, 1900  .

· In: Tijdschrift voor entomologie, 43, 158.

· Historical combinations/variations: Sphaerozetes subglobulus (Oudemans) Buitendijk, 1945  ; Chamobates subglobulus (Oudemans) van der Hammen, 1952  , Chamobates (Chamobates) subglobulus (Oudemans) Subías, 2004  .

· Synonyms: (?) ( Oribata facula C.L. Koch, 1839  “sp. inq.”; Oribata omissa Warburton and Pearce, 1905  ; Euzetes nigerrimus Berlese, 1908  ; Oribata lapidaria sensu Halbert 1915  ; Chamobates lapidarius (Lucas) Sellnick, 1928  ; Chamobates nasutus Mihelčič, 1957  .

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Under stones and swept off plants (Halbert 1907, 1915). Counties: Dublin and Mayo.