Humerobatidae Grandjean, 1971

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: 158-159

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Humerobatidae Grandjean, 1971
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Family Humerobatidae Grandjean, 1971  

Humerobates Sellnick, 1928  

· Humerobates fungorum (Linnaeus, 1758)   sp. Inq.

· Original name: Acarus fungorum Linnaeus, 1758   .

· In: Systema Naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species cum caracteribus differentiis, synonymis, locis. Editio decima, reformata, Holmiae, Laurentii Salvii, 821 pp.

· Historical combinations/variations: Humerobates (Humerobates) fungorum (Linnaeus) Subías, 2004   . Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Cutaway raised bog and permanent pasture on peat (Whelan 1976). Counties: Kildare.

· Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 1936   *

· Original name: Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 1936   .

· In: Annales de la Société Entomologique de France, 105, 77.

· Historical combinations/variations: Humerobates (Humerobates) rostrolamellatus (Grandjean) Subías, 2014   .

· Synonyms: Murcia rubra C.L. Koch, 1841   “sp. inq.”; Oribates humeralis sensu Berlese, 1883   non Hermann, 1804 [misidentification]; (?) Oribata lapidaria Michael, 1884   non Lucas, 1849 [misidentification]; Oribata arborea Banks, 1895   “sp. inq.”; Oribates facula sensu Oudemans, 1896   [misidentification]; Notaspis humeralis sensu Oudemans, 1902   no Hermann, 1804 [misidentificatioin]; Murcia humeralis sensu Oudemans, 1905   ; Humerobates humeralis sensu Sellnick, 1928   no Hermann, 1804 [misidentification]; Humerobates fungorum sensu Willmann 1931   no Linnaeus, 1758; Sphaerobates dentatus Mihelčič, 1957   . Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Apple orchards (MacQuillan 1966; Momen 1987); birch and ash forests (Arroyo et al. 2009a, 2012, 2013b); riparian habitat (unpublished data); agricultural grassland and ant nests (Arroyo et al. 2015).

Counties: Armagh, Dublin, Kildare, Kerry, Laois, Limerick and Tipperary.