Ceratoppia quadridentata arctica Hammer, 1955

Behan-Pelletier, Valerie M. & Lindo, Zoë, 2019, Checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Canada and Alaska, Zootaxa 4666 (1), pp. 1-180: 78-79

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Ceratoppia quadridentata arctica Hammer, 1955
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Ceratoppia quadridentata arctica Hammer, 1955  

Original name: Ceratoppia quadridentata (Haller) var. arctica Hammer, 1955   ( Marshall et al. 1987)

Geographic Location: AK: Fairbanks; Fort Richardson; Anchorage ( Hammer 1955a); Barrow ( Hammer 1955a; Hurd & Lindquist 1958; Bohnsack 1968, 1973; Douce 1976); Cape Thompson ( Watson et al. 1966); Kodiak Is. ( Hammer 1967); northern coastal plain; northwest coastal plain; Brooks Range; Chugach Mtns, Kenai Peninsula; Fairbanks Region;Aleutian Islands; Pribilof Islands ( Behan 1978a); YT: Richardson Mtns; Ogilvie Mtns ( Behan-Pelletier 1997b); NT: Mackenzie Delta ( Behan 1978a); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); NU: Victoria Is. ( Behan 1978a); (Lindo 2011); BC: Charlie Lake, Fort St. John; Manning PP; Vancouver Is., Heather Mtn; Lost Shoe Creek (Lindo 2011); Interior ( Battigelli et al. 2004); AB: Kananaskis Valley ( Powell & Skaley 1975); Wagner Natural Area, 8km W Edmonton, 53°34’N, 113°47’W, fen ( Finnamore 1994); EMEND Site ( Lindo & Visser 2004); ABMI Sites; Moose Pasture Research Site ( Walter et al. 2014); 35 km north of Fort McMurray ( McAdams et al. 2018); QC: Northern region ( Behan 1978a); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); St. Paulin ( Doblas-Miranda et al. 2014); NL: between Corner Brook and Little Grand Lake ( Dwyer et al. 1997, 1998).

Habitats: arctic and subarctic meadows; peatlands; Sub-Boreal and Boreal forest with White spruce, Black spruce, Jack pine and Trembling aspen; Balsam fir forests.

Distribution: Holarctic.