Atrichophyllodes, Valim, Hernandes and Mironov, 2007

Mironov, Sergey V., Literak, Ivan, Sychra, Oldrich & Capek, Miroslav, 2017, Feather mites of the subfamily Proctophyllodinae (Acari: Proctophyllodidae) from passerines (Aves: Passeriformes) in Costa Rica, Zootaxa 4297 (1), pp. 1-105 : 76

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4297.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:4FFD1D74-8107-475F-920C-DF28AFC48FF9

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5233448

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03DD87E8-FFEB-2D02-FF52-750DFA55FAF4

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Atrichophyllodes
status

 

Key to species of Atrichophyllodes

(Males)

1. Terminal cleft deep, extending to level of setae h2, setae ps3 situated on adanal shields, rudimentary sclerites rEpIIa absent, tarsus IV without ventral extension....................................................................... 2.

- Terminal cleft short, not extending to level of setae h2, setae ps3 situated off adanal shields, rudimentary sclerites rEpIIa present, tarsus IV with ventral extension...................................................................... 3.

2. Aedeagus extending to level of setae g, genital papillae situated on soft tegument and joined at bases, proximal button-like seta d of tarsus IV nearly two times larger in diameter than apical button-like seta e ............................................................................................................... A. mentalis Hernandes et al., 2007

- Aedeagus not extending to level of setae g, genital papillae situated on small ovate plates, apical button like seta e of tarsus IV nearly two times larger than proximal button-like seta d ( Figs. 43 View FIGURE 43 B, 45E).................... A. latilobus Mironov sp. n.

3. Genital arch shaped as a low bow, aedeagus 24–29 µm long, setae 3a situated off epimerites IIIa, opisthoventral shields not developed, anterior ends of adanal shields wide and truncate, tarsus IV with long ventral extension bearing seta r ................................................................................... A. delalandi Hernandes et al., 2007

- Genital arch shaped as recurved bow (bat-shaped), aedeagus 20–22 µm long, setae 3a situated on narrow extensions going posterior from tips of epimerites IIIa, opisthoventral shields with long and narrow extensions directed antero-mesally, anterior ends of adanal shields long and attenuate, tarsus IV with rounded ventral extension bearing setae r and w ............................................................................................ A. leucopterus Hernandes, 2014