Dolichothrombium

Mąkol, Joanna & Sevsay, Sevgi, 2011, Notes on the genus Dolichothrombium (Acari: Prostigmata: Trombidiidae) with description of a new species, Zootaxa 2971, pp. 1-16: 14

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.207445

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5628239

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Dolichothrombium
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Key to the species of Dolichothrombium  

1 postlarval forms....................................................................................... 2

- larvae.............................................................................................. 8

2 pDS <55 ........................................................................................... 3

- pDS> 60 ............................................................................................ 5

3 pDS with long, almost equal in length, setulae; the most distally placed setulae reach the stem termination; setal bases asym- metrical................................................................................... D. anatoliae  

- pDS with long setulae in proximal part of the stem and much shorter ones in the distal part of the stem; the most distally placed setulae do not reach the stem termination; setal bases symmetrical or asymmetrical................................ 4

4 pDS stem markedly thickened.................................................................... D. borceai  

- pDS stem not markedly thickened............................. [ D. alpinum   , D. fournieri   , D. spinosum   , D. longulum   ] 1

5 pDS bases dentated at the edge........................................................... D. azerbaijanicum  

- pDS bases smooth.................................................................................... 6

6 pDS stem markedly thickened................................................................. D. grandjeani  

- pDS stem not markedly thickened........................................................................ 7

7 longer setulae cover c. half of the proximal part of the setal stem.................................... D. teneriffensis  

- longer setulae present only at setal stem base...................................................... D. insidiosum  

8 scutum delicately rounded anteriorly........................................................... D. raphanicum  

- scutum distinctly narrowing towards anterior margin......................................................... 9