Haemogamasus serdjukovae ( Bregetova, 1949 )

Vinarski, Maxim V. & Korallo-Vinarskaya, Natalia P., 2017, An annotated catalogue of the gamasid mites associated with small mammals in Asiatic Russia. The family Haemogamasidae (Acari: Mesostigmata: Gamasina), Zootaxa 4273 (1), pp. 1-18: 12

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scientific name

Haemogamasus serdjukovae ( Bregetova, 1949 )
status

 

Haemogamasus serdjukovae ( Bregetova, 1949)  

Euhaemogamasus serdjukovae Bregetova, 1949: 172   , figs 8–9.

Haemogamasus nidi   .— Kozlowski, 1960: 409, fig. 1 (partim).

Haemogamasus mandshuricus sylvaticus Bregetova, 1949: 176   , figs 13–15 (partim).

Haemogamasus serdjukovae   .— Bregetova, 1955: 266, 287, figs 493–497, 516, 568–570; Bregetova, 1956a: 138, 157, figs 277– 283, 349–350; Lange, 1958: 210, pl. LXXV, D; Strandtmann & Wharton, 1958: 136; Allred, 1969: 111; Zemskaya, 1973: 113; Nikulina, 1987: 224, 225, figs 116 (6, 16); Goncharova et al., 1991: 49.

Type locality. The syntypes were collected in several localities situated in Eastern Siberia (Krasnoyarsk Territory) and the Russian Far East ( Suputinsky Nature Reserve , Primorye ).  

Syntypes: ZIN. The holotype was not designated.

Type hosts. Eutamias sibiricus (Laxmann, 1769)   , Myodes   (= Evotomys   ) sp., Apodemus speciosus (Temminck, 1844)   .

Principal host. Goncharova et al. (1991) consider the Siberian chipmunk, Eutamias sibiricus   , as the primary host for Hg. serdjukovae   . Occasionally, it may be found on other species of rodents (mice, voles).

Distribution. Haemogamasus serdjukovae   is widely distributed in the northeastern Palaearctic. All findings within the ex-USSR boundaries were made in localities situated eastward from the Ural Mts. ( Nikulina, 2004). It is also known from the Far East, including Korea and China ( Kim et al., 1987; Fang et al., 2015). Recently, Harris et al. (2009) reported this Asiatic species from the Mazurian Forest of Poland as an abundant parasite of Myodes glareolus   (based on misidentification?). According to references compiled by Nikulina (2004), Hg. serdjukovae   inhabits all of Siberia (excluding the northern part of Western Siberia) and the Russian Far East.

Remarks. Kozlowski (1960) considered Hg. serdjukovae   to be identical with Hg. nidi   . Kim et al. (1987) redescribed Hg. serdjukovae   .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Laelapidae

Genus

Haemogamasus

Loc

Haemogamasus serdjukovae ( Bregetova, 1949 )

Vinarski, Maxim V. & Korallo-Vinarskaya, Natalia P. 2017
2017
Loc

Haemogamasus nidi

Kozlowski 1960: 409
1960
Loc

Haemogamasus serdjukovae

Goncharova 1991: 49
Nikulina 1987: 224
Zemskaya 1973: 113
Allred 1969: 111
Lange 1958: 210
Strandtmann 1958: 136
Bregetova 1956: 138
Bregetova 1955: 266
1955
Loc

Euhaemogamasus serdjukovae

Bregetova 1949: 172
1949
Loc

Haemogamasus mandshuricus sylvaticus

Bregetova 1949: 176
1949