Trhypochthonius tectorum (Berlese, 1896),

Behan-Pelletier, Valerie M. & Lindo, Zoë, 2019, Checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Canada and Alaska, Zootaxa 4666 (1), pp. 1-180: 51-52

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4666.1.1

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scientific name

Trhypochthonius tectorum (Berlese, 1896)
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Trhypochthonius tectorum (Berlese, 1896) 

Original name: Hypochthonius tectorum Berlese, 1896  ( Berlese 1904)

Combination: Nothrus tectorum (Berlese, 1896)  ; ( Warburton & Pearce 1905).

Geographic Location: AK: Fort Richardson; Fairbanks ( Hammer 1955a); Fairbanks Region ( Behan 1978a); YT: Richardson Mtns ( Hammer 1952a); subarctic ( Behan 1978a); Porcupine Plain; Richardson Mtns; Ogilvie Mtns ( Behan-Pelletier 1997b); NT: Yellowknife ( Hammer 1952a); Mackenzie Delta ( Behan 1978a); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); BC: North of Kamloops, in Douglas-fir Forest Zone ( Marshall 1979); Interior ( Battigelli et al. 2004); Vancouver Is.: Walbran Valley, ( Lindo & Winchester 2006; Lindo et al. 2008; Lindo 2010); Victoria ( Shackelford et al. 2018); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); AB: Mount Robson PP ( Hammer 1952a); Kananaskis Valley ( McLean & Parkinson 1998); EMEND Site ( Lindo & Visser 2004); Roy Berg Kinsella Research Ranch ( Newton & Proctor 2013); ABMI sites ( Walter et al. 2014; Meehan et al. 2019); 35 km north of Fort McMurray ( McAdams et al. 2018); MB: Churchill ( Hammer 1952a); southeast ( Oswald & Minty 1970); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); ON: near White River ( Barreto & Lindo 2018); QC: northern ( Behan 1978a); Mont Tremblant (Behan et al. 1978); St. Clet ( Smith 1978); Morgan Arboretum ( Marshall 1968; Sylvain & Buddle 2010); peatlands ( Behan-Pelletier & Bissett 1994); boreal claybelt region of Western Québec ( Doblas-Miranda & Work 2015); NS: Annapolis-Minas Lowlands; Cape Breton Highlands NP (Behan-Pelletier 2010; Behan- Pelletier et al. 1987).

Habitats: subarctic; tussock tundra; coastal temperate forest with Douglas fir, spruce and Western redcedar litter; canopy of Western redcedar; boreal coniferous (Lodgepole pine, White spruce, Black spruce, Jack pine) and deciduous (Trembling aspen, beech) forest litter; peatlands.

Distribution: Semicosmopolitan.