Heminothrus capillatus,

van der Hammen, L., 1959, Berlese's Primitive Oribatid Mites, Zoologische Verhandelingen 40, pp. 1-93: 71

publication ID

ORI111

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

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scientific name

Heminothrus capillatus
status

 

Heminothrus capillatus  (Berlese, 1914)

Angelia capillata Berlese  , 1914, p. 132, pl. 11 (2) fig. 25.

Two type-specimens from Bergamo (slide no. 184/4) are still present in the Collection. The length is about 1 mm.

The differences from the subspecies septentrionalis Sellnick  in Hammer, 1944 (recently redescribed by Sellnick & Forsslund, 1955, p. 519, figs. 21-22) are of minor importance. The species has faint dorsal ridges in the anterior part of the notogaster, which appear to be absent in the subspecies.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Sarcoptiformes

Family

Camisiidae

Genus

Heminothrus

Loc

Heminothrus capillatus

van der Hammen, L. 1959
1959
Loc

Angelia capillata

Berlese 1885
1885