Nothridae Berlese, 1896,

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: 52-54

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Nothridae Berlese, 1896
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Family Nothridae Berlese, 1896 

Nothrus C.L. Koch, 1836 

· Nothrus anauniensis Canestrini and Fanzago, 1876 

· Original name: Nothrus silvestris anauniensis Canestrini and Fanzago, 1876  .

· In: Nuovi Acari  italiani. Atti della Accademia scientifica veneto-trentino-istriana, 4, 99–111.

· Synonyms: Nothrus biciliatus C.L. Koch, 1841  ; Camisia biciliata (C.L. Koch) Oudemans, 1902  . Nothrus biciliatus (Oudemans) sensu Sellnick and Forsslund, 1955  [misidentification]; Nothrus pseudoborussicus Mahunka 1978  ; Camisia biciliatus Oudemans 1902  no C. L. Koch, 1876 sensu Olszanowski et al. 2007  [misidentification].

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Agricultural grassland ( Valarasan 1971), bracken (Bolger in press); mixed stand of Norway spruce and lodgepole pine and agricultural grasslands ( Arroyo et al. 2009a), Agricultural grassland ( Arroyo et al. 2015); moss on soil in Sitka spruce forests ( Arroyo et al. 2012, 2013b); ant nests ( Arroyo et al. 2015).

Counties: Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Mayo, Meath, Sligo, Waterford and Wicklow. 

· Nothrus palustris C.L. Koch, 1839  *

· Original name: Nothrus palustris C.L. Koch, 1839 

· In: Deutschlands Crustaceen, Myriapoden und Arachniden, Vol. 29.

· Historical combinations/variations: Angelia palustris (C.L. Koch) Berlese, 1896  ; Camisia palustris (C.L. Koch) Oudemans, 1900  .

· Synonyms: Nothrus pallens C.L. Koch, 1844  .

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Moss and under bark ( Halbert 1915); agricultural grassland ( Curry 1969a; Valarasan 1971); nest of bank vole ( Fairley 1970); permanent pasture, heather and shelter belt on peat ( Longworth 1973); cutaway raised bog ( Whelan 1976); Sphagnum  and woodland (Bolger In press), pastures and broadleaved forestry (beech, ash, hazel) ( Arroyo et al. 2009a); soil, moss on soil and moss in canopy in ash forests and moss on soil in oak and Scots pine forests ( Arroyo et al. 2012, 2013b); ant nests ( Arroyo et al. 2015).

Counties: Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Kildare, Laois, Limerick, Mayo, Roscommon and Waterford. 

· Nothrus pratensis Sellnick, 1928 

· Original name: Nothrus pratensis Sellnick, 1928  .

· In: Formenkreis Hornmilben, Oribatei. In P. Brohmer, Die Tierwelt Mitteleuropas, 3(9), 1–42. Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Agricultural grassland ( Arroyo et al. 2009a); moss on soil in oak forest ( Arroyo et al. 2012, 2013b).

Counties: Laois and Tipperary. 

· Nothrus silvestris Nicolet, 1855  *

· Original name: Nothrus silvestris Nicolet, 1855  .

· In: Histoire naturelle des Acariens qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris. Archives du Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, 7, 381–482.

· Historical combinations/variations: Nothrus sylvestris (Nicolet) Michael, 1888  ; Angelia sylvestris (Nicolet) Berlese, 1896  ; Camisia sylvestris (Nicolet) Oudemans, 1900  ; Gymnonothrus sylvestris (Nicolet) Ewing, 1917  ; Heminothrus silvestris (Nicolet) Buitendjick, 1945  .

· Synonyms: Nothrus anauniensis sensu Berlese, 1885  no Canestrini and Fanzago, 1876 [misidentification]; Camisia anauniensis (Berlese) sensu Oudemans, 1900  ; Camisia biciliatus Oudemans 1902  ; no C. L. Koch, 1876;]; Nothrus biciliatus (C.L. Koch) sensu Sellnick, 1928  ; Angelia anauniensis (Berlese) Lombardini, 1936  [misidentification]; Nothrus silvestris var. anauniensis Sellnick and Forsslund, 1955  .

Irish Reference/s and Habitat/s: Moss ( Halbert 1915); bog, grassland and heather on peat ( Longworth 1973); acid peat bog (Behan-Pelletier and Hill 1983); fungal sporocarps (O’ Connell and Bolger 1997; unpublished data); agricultural soil, rushes, bracken, soil on cliff, ant nests and Sphagnum  (Bolger In press); forest soil (unpublished data, McCarthy 2004); Sitka spruce, mixed Norway spruce and lodgepole pine forests Arroyo et al. 2009b); soil in oak, Scots pine and Sitka spruce forests and moss on soil in Sitka spruce forests ( Arroyo et al. 2012, 2013b); moss on trunk in yew forest ( Arroyo et al. 2013c); raised bogs, mountain blanket bogs, Atlantic blanket bogs and fens ( Wisdom et al. 2011).

Counties: Dublin, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny, Laois, Mayo, Offaly, Sligo, Wexford and Wicklow.