Perafrotydeus meyerae (Baker)

Ueckermann, Edward A. & Grout, Timothy G., 2007, Tydeoid mites (Acari: Tydeidae, Edbakerellidae, Iolinidae) occurring on Citrus in southern Africa, Journal of Natural History 41 (37 - 40), pp. 2351-2378 : 2361

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1080/00222930701589921

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/464587D1-8B46-FFD4-FE5B-FE2EFEB4FC89

treatment provided by

Carolina

scientific name

Perafrotydeus meyerae (Baker)
status

 

Perafrotydeus meyerae (Baker)

Tydeus (Afrotydeus) meyerae Baker 1970, p 165 .

Perafrotydeus meyerae (Baker) ; André 1980, p 142.

Diagnosis

Adults. All dorsal setae, except for υe and sci, are lanceolate with finely serrated edges. Setae sci are long and slightly serrate, and although not mentioned in the description, setae υe may also be serrate, but are as slender as sci. Rest of features as for genus.

This species was found on Citrus sp. at Hectorspruit (Mpumalanga) and Bindura ( Zimbabwe).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Prostigmata

Family

Tydeidae

Genus

Perafrotydeus

Loc

Perafrotydeus meyerae (Baker)

Ueckermann, Edward A. & Grout, Timothy G. 2007
2007
Loc

Tydeus (Afrotydeus) meyerae

Baker 1970: 165
1970