Oribatula tibialis ( Nicolet, 1855 ),

Behan-Pelletier, Valerie M. & Lindo, Zoë, 2019, Checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Canada and Alaska, Zootaxa 4666 (1), pp. 1-180: 123

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Oribatula tibialis ( Nicolet, 1855 )
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Oribatula tibialis ( Nicolet, 1855) 

Original name: Notaspis tibialis Nicolet, 1855  ( Willmann 1931)

Synonymy: Zygoribatula exilis sensu Buitendijk (1945)  , non Nicolet (1855), Zygoribatula venustus sensu Buitendijk (1945)  , non Berlese (1908): ( van der Hammen 1952).

Geographic Location: AK: Fort Richardson, Fairbanks, Anchorage ( Hammer 1955a); Cape Thompson ( Watson et al. 1966); Kodiak Is. ( Hammer 1967); Northern and northwest coastal plain; Atqasuk; Brooks Range; Fairbanks Region; Denali NP; Kodiak Is.; Chugach Mtns; Kenai Peninsula; Elliott Highway Burn, (65°19’N, 149°06’W), ( Thomas & McLean 1988); YT: Richardson Mtns ( Hammer 1952a); ( Behan 1978a); modern fossils ( Matthews & Telka 1997); Coastal Plain; Ivvavik NP, British Mtns; Porcupine Plain; Richardson Mtns; Ogilvie Mtns ( Behan-Pelletier 1997b); NT: Reindeer Station; Yellowknife ( Hammer 1952a); Mackenzie Delta arctic and subarctic ( Behan 1978a); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); NU: Baffin Is. ( Behan 1978a); BC: Sicamous Creek ( Berch et al. 2007); Interior ( Battigelli et al. 2004); AB: peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); Wagner Natural Area, 8km W Edmonton, 53°34’N, 113°47’W, fen ( Finnamore 1994); ON: Petawawa National Forestry Institute, Chalk River ( Bird & Chatarpaul 1986); QC: Northern region ( Behan 1978a); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); Morgan Arboretum ( Sylvain & Buddle 2010); NS: Cape Breton Highlands NP (Behan-Pelletier 2010).

Habitats: tundra meadows; tussock heath with cushion vegetation of Salix, Oxytropus  among dry gravel and stones; peatlands; spruce forest litter; beech, maple, conifer litter.

Distribution: Holarctic; northern Neotropical.