Zerconopsis remiger (Kramer, 1876)

Murvanidze, Maka, Mumladze, Levan & Todria, Nino, 2019, A contribution to the knowledge of oribatid and mesostigmatic mites (Acari) with new records in Georgia, Persian Journal of Acarology 8 (4), pp. 309-325: 320-321

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http://doi.org/ 10.22073/pja.v8i4.51419

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Zerconopsis remiger (Kramer, 1876)


Zerconopsis remiger (Kramer, 1876)  

Syn.: Gamasus remiger Kramer, 1876  

Seiulus remiger Halbert, 1915  

Zerconopsis remigera Hull, 1918  

Zercoseius remiger Willmann, 1935  

Lasioseius remiger Hirschmann, 1962  

Lasioseius (Lasioseius) remiger Westerboer, 1963  

Lasioseius (Lasioseius) bispinosus Berlese, 1916  

Lasioseius müstairi Schweizer, 1949  

Diagnostic characters (female) – Measurements: 570–585 × 330–335 μm; tectum with three dentate teeth; dorsal shield whole, without lateral cuts, heavily ornamented; shoulder setae s4 not protruding; three pairs of paddle-like setae; peritrematal shields curved behind coxae IV; one pair of genital setae; ventrianal shield with six pairs of setae; metapodal shields large, oval triangular; legs I with claws.

Material – Leg: Javakheti highland (N 41.33290303, E 43.733682525, 2176m a.s.l.), soil from artificial pine forest, one female, coll. Mumladze, L., 15.09.2018; Javakheti highland (N 41.33444882, E 43.73250361, 2171m a.s.l.), soil from artificial pine forest, one female, coll. Mumladze, L., 15.09.2018.

Distribution in Caucasus – New for Caucasus.