Haemogamasus mandshuricus Vitzthum, 1930

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: 10

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scientific name

Haemogamasus mandshuricus Vitzthum, 1930
status

 

Haemogamasus mandshuricus Vitzthum, 1930  

Haemogamasus mandshuricus Vitzthum, 1930: 399   , figs 1–4.

Haemogamasus bregetovae Mrciak, 1958: 72   , figs 1, 2.

Haemogamasus bregetovae   .— Haitlinger, 1988: 647, figs 22–24.

Haemogamasus mandshuricus   .— Keegan, 1951: 218, fig. 44; Bregetova, 1955: 273, 280, figs 519–523; Bregetova, 1956a: 146, 152, figs 304–307; Bregetova, 1956b: 1655; Lange, 1958: 209, pl. LXXV, Z; Strandtmann & Wharton, 1958: 134; Davydova, 1966: 145; Allred, 1969: 110; Zemskaya, 1973: 109; Nikulina, 1987: 224, 225, fig. 116 (10, 15); Senotrusova, 1987: 46, fig. 21; Goncharova et al., 1991: 56; Mašán & Fend’a, 2010: 91, figs 63, 69, 72, 93–95; Fyodorova & Kharadov, 2012: 276, 277.

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

Type locality. Northern China (without exact locality).  

Type specimens. The Vitzthum collection is kept in Zoologische Sammlung des Bayerischen Staates München ( Germany).  

Type host. Roborowski’s hamster, Phodopus roborowskii   = Phodopus bedfordiae   and Dipus sowerbyi   .

Host range. This species occurs with multiple hosts including numerous rodent taxa of the genera Marmota   , Ochotona   , Spermophilus   , Microtus   , Cricetulus ( Goncharova & Buyakova 1960)   .

Distribution. Northern and Central Palaearctic. This species is known from Eastern Europe (as Haemogamasus bregetovae Mrciak   ; see Mašán & Fend’a, 2010), Caucasus ( Lopatina et al., 1991), and the Liaoning Province of China ( Li, 1991). According to distributional data collected by Nikulina (2004), this mite is almost ubiquitous in Asiatic Russia, including the extreme north latitudes (Wrangel Island, lower course of the Kolhyma River).

Remarks. Sludsky (2014) listed Hg. mandschuricus   among mite species able to harbour Yersinia pestis   – the causative agent of the plague

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Laelapidae

Genus

Haemogamasus

Loc

Haemogamasus mandshuricus Vitzthum, 1930

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

Haemogamasus bregetovae

Haitlinger 1988: 647
1988
Loc

Haemogamasus bregetovae

Mrciak 1958: 72
1958
Loc

Haemogamasus mandshuricus

Fyodorova 2012: 276
Goncharova 1991: 56
Nikulina 1987: 224
Senotrusova 1987: 46
Zemskaya 1973: 109
Allred 1969: 110
Davydova 1966: 145
Lange 1958: 209
Strandtmann 1958: 134
Bregetova 1956: 146
Bregetova 1956: 1655
Bregetova 1955: 273
Keegan 1951: 218
1951
Loc

Haemogamasus mandshuricus sylvaticus

Bregetova 1949: 176
1949
Loc

Haemogamasus mandshuricus

Vitzthum 1930: 399
1930