Ctenobelbidae, Grandjean, 1965

Norton, Roy A. & Ermilov, Sergey G., 2014, Catalogue and historical overview of juvenile instars of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida), Zootaxa 3833 (1), pp. 1-132: 53-54

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Ctenobelbidae
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Family Ctenobelbidae 

Ctenobelba pectinigera ( Berlese, 1908) 

Larva: Grandjean 1943 (DsP); Grandjean 1949 (DsP); Grandjean 1951b (DsP); Grandjean 1965c (Ds) Protonymph: Grandjean 1943 (DsP); Grandjean 1949 (DsP); Grandjean 1951b (DsP); Grandjean 1965c (Ds, FB)

Deutonymph: Grandjean 1943 (DsP); Grandjean 1949 (DsP); Grandjean 1951b (DsP); Grandjean 1965c (Ds, FB)

Tritonymph: Grandjean 1943 (DsP); Grandjean 1949 (DsP); Grandjean 1951b (DsP); Grandjean 1965c (Ds, FGn)

N.B. As Elapheremaeus obsoleta (Koch)  in Grandjean 1943 and 1951b. Later, Grandjean (1965c and cited papers) noted that Murcia obsoleta Koch  was conspecific with C. pectinigera  , but declined to recognize the rule of priority. Only one species of Ctenobelba  is present in Germany but authors vary in considering C. obsoleta  a senior synonym of C. pectinigera  or a nomen inquirendum (see Subías 2004; Weigmann 2006), so we list it separately, below.

Ctenobelba obsoleta (Koch, 1841) 

Nymph: Koch 1841b (FB)