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First record of the genus Doryphoribius Pilato, 1969 from Costa Rica [Central America] and description of a new species Doryphoribius quadrituberculatus [Tartigrada: Hypsibiidae]

  title={First record of the genus Doryphoribius Pilato, 1969 from Costa Rica [Central America] and description of a new species Doryphoribius quadrituberculatus [Tartigrada: Hypsibiidae]},
  author={Lukasz D. Kaczmarek and Lukasz Michalczyk},
  journal={Genus. International Journal of Invertebrate Taxonomy},

Tardigrada of the Caribbean island of Dominica (West Indies)

In June 2009 we surveyed the terrestrial Tardigrada of Dominica, the most northerly of the Windward islands of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean sea. Out of 112 moss, lichen, liverwort and leaf

A new eutardigrade from Costa Rica with taxonomical and zoogeographical remarks on Costa Rican tardigrades

After re-examination of specimens of the genus Milnesium collected in Costa Rica, a new record of Milnesium kogui may be added to Costa Rican fauna and taxonomical problems and the zoogeography of Costa Rican tardigrades, which partially agree with hypotheses of Great American Biotic Interchange and Mexican Transition Zone are discussed.


A taxonomic checklist, a taxonomic key for genera, and photographic records of tardigrades from the lower Manzanares and Gaira river basins are presented in this work.

A new species of the genus Doryphoribius (Eutardigrada: Isohypsibiidae) from China

Doryphoribius mcinnesae, new species, belongs to the evelinae group because it has two macroplacoids and displays cuticular gibbosities, and differs from the other members of the group by having a different gibbosity configuration or cuticular sculpture.

Annotated zoogeography of non-marine Tardigrada. Part I: Central America.

Dividing the world into nine regions, this first paper describes literature records of the limno-terrestrial tardigrades (Tardigrada) reported from Central America to serve as a reference point and background for further zoogeographic studies.

Terrestrial and freshwater Tardigrada of the Americas.

  • H. Meyer
  • Environmental Science
  • 2013
This paper provides a comprehensive list of the freshwater and terrestrial tardigrade fauna reported from the Americas (North America, South America, Central America and the West Indies), their

Remarks on Doryphoribius flavus (Iharos, 1966), and description of three new species (Tardigrada, Hypsibiidae)

Doryphoribius flavus was considered widespread, but this work exposing cryptic species indicates that the geographic distribution is more restricted.

The genus Echiniscus Schultze 1840 (Tardigrada) in Costa Rican (Central America) rain forests with descriptions of two new species.

In 46 mosses lichens samples collected in Costa Rica 10 Echiniscus Schultze 1840 species were recorded. Two of them were already known from Costa Rica, five are new to this country, further two ( E.

Description of the new species Calcarobiotus (C.) longinoi sp. nov. (Eutardigrada, Macrobiotidae) from Costa Rica with the diagnostic key to the genus Calcarobiotus

A new species of Tardigrada (Eutardigrada), Calcarobiotus longinoi sp. nov., is described from moss samples collected in Alajuela Province (Costa Rica). The presence of genus Calcarobiotus is new for