Euphthiracarus cribrarius ( Berlese, 1904 ),

Behan-Pelletier, Valerie M. & Lindo, Zoë, 2019, Checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Canada and Alaska, Zootaxa 4666 (1), pp. 1-180: 28

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scientific name

Euphthiracarus cribrarius ( Berlese, 1904 )
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Euphthiracarus cribrarius ( Berlese, 1904) 

Original name: Phthiracarus cribrarius Berlese, 1904  ( van der Hammen 1959)

Combination: Oribotritia cribraria ( Berlese, 1904)  ; ( Willmann 1931).

Synonymy: Phthiracarus punctulatus Berlese, 1913  : ( Bernini 1970).

Geographic Location: BC: Barkley Sound, Crawford Lake, 48°57.5’N 125°15.3’W; Hwy. 6.14. 7 mi N Burton( Niedbała2002); Pacific Rim NP, Broken Group Islands:Jacques Is., 48°55′N, 125°16′W; Englishman River Falls PP; Kootenay District: 22 mi. E of Christiana Lake, 10 mi. W of Rossland ( Niedbała 2007b). AB: Cypress Hills PP, S of Elkwater ( Niedbała 2002); MB: Seven Sisters Grassland Project ( Niedbała 2002); NS: Cape Breton Highlands NP, Sammy’s Barren ( Niedbała 2002).

Habitats: mixed deciduous and coniferous forest litter, including from cedar, hemlock, spruce, and poplar litter; peatland.

Distribution: Holarctic.