Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 1936

Behan-Pelletier, Valerie M. & Lindo, Zoë, 2019, Checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Canada and Alaska, Zootaxa 4666 (1), pp. 1-180: 145

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Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 1936
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Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 1936  

Synonymy: Oribates humeralis sensu Berlese (1883)   , non Hermann (1804): ( van der Hammen 1952), Notaspis humeralis sensu Oudemans (1902)   , non Hermann (1804): ( van der Hammen 1952), Humerobates humeralis sensu Sellnick (1928)   , non Hermann (1804): ( van der Hammen 1952), Oribata lapidaria sensu Michael (1884)   , non Lucas (1849): ( van der Hammen 1952), Oribates facula sensu Oudemans (1896)   : ( van der Hammen 1952), Humerobates fungorum sensu Willmann (1931)   , non Linnaeus (1758): ( van der Hammen 1952).

Geographic Location and Habitats: BC: Sicamous Creek ( Berch et al. 2007); NS: Southwest Nova Scotia Uplands; from apple orchards (Rasmy & McPhee 1970); Introduction to USA from Canada ( Hammer 1969; as Humerobates fungorum   ).

Distribution: Semicosmopolitan.

Remarks: The identity of Linnaeus’ Acarus fungorum   is uncertain and it is likely that Hammer’s (1969) record of Humerobates fungorum   actually refers to Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 1936   according to Marshall et al. (1987).