Trachytes

Kontschán, Jenő & Starý, Josef, 2011, Uropodina species from Vietnam (Acari: Mesostigmata), Zootaxa 2807, pp. 1-28: 5

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.202067

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:672AF661-B804-4079-A148-730E04DA3019

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/9C3B2D30-FF90-FFD0-D4CE-F794B382FD00

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Plazi

scientific name

Trachytes
status

 

Key to the Asian species of Trachytes   (females)

Information from Chen et al. (2008), Hiramatsu (1979, 1980) and Ma (2001) is based on their illustrations.

1. Genital shield wide, oblong, anterolateral angles rounded...................................................... 2

- Genital shield axe-shaped, anterolateral angles pointed........................................................ 3

2. Additional sternal setae present (with seven pairs of sternal setae).... Trachytes changbaiensis Chen, Bei & Yin 2008   ( China)

- Additional sternal setae absent (with five pairs of sternal setae)................ Trachytes vietnamensis   sp. nov. ( Vietnam)

3. Genital shield ornamented............................................... Trachytes yinsuigongi Ma, 2001   ( China)

- Surface of genital shield smooth.......................................................................... 4

4. St 1 longer than other sternal setae............................................ Trachytes jilinensis Ma, 2001   ( China)

- St 1 not longer than other sternal setae...................................................................... 5

5. Dorsal shield setae smooth............................. Trachytes agerota (C. L. Koch, 1841)   (Europe and Mongolia)

- Dorsal shield setae pilose............................................................................... 6

6. St 2 near anterior margin of genital shield.................................. Trachytes onishii Hiramatsu, 1980   ( Japan)

- St 2 near central region of coxae II......................................................................... 7

7. Surface of dorsal shield between j-setae smooth, St 4 and St 5 smooth...... Trachytes hokkaidoensis Hiramatsu, 1980   ( Japan)

- Dorsal shield between j-setae with irregular pits, St 4 and St 5 pilose.............. Trachytes aokii Hiramatsu, 1979   ( Japan)