Hydrachna simulans Marshall, 1928

Pešic, V. & Smit, H., 2016, New records of water mites from Southeast Asia (Acari: Hydrachnidia) with the description of two new genera and 12 new species, Acarologia 56 (3), pp. 393-433 : 394

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1051/acarologia/20162251

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5470204

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/591B87EF-9905-2B34-BCB5-F91FFCAFFAFB

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Marcus

scientific name

Hydrachna simulans Marshall, 1928
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Hydrachna simulans Marshall, 1928

Material examined — Cambodia, 15-34-1 Angkor, ancient swimming pool of the king (named: Srah Srang acc. to Google Earth, 2015), 13°25’56.3"N, 103°54’18.5"E, alt. 27 m a.s.l., water depth 0.1 m, substrate: sand covered by a thin layer of detritus, some submersed macrophytes; 23.iv.2015 GoogleMaps , 1/0/0.

Remarks — Lundblad (1969) placed Hydrachna similis Cook, 1967 , H. mysorensis Cook, 1967 and H. kloomi Imamura, 1964 in synonymy under H. simulans . This treatment was followed by Peši´c et al. (2010), and by us here.

Distribution — China, Thailand, India, Cambodia.