Megeremaeidae, a new family of oribatid mites (Acari: Cryptostigmata)

@article{Woolley1968MegeremaeidaeAN,
  title={Megeremaeidae, a new family of oribatid mites (Acari: Cryptostigmata)},
  author={Tyler A. Woolley and Harold G. Higgins},
  journal={The Great Basin naturalist},
  year={1968},
  volume={28},
  pages={2}
}

Figures from this paper

Megeremaeus cretaceous new species (Acari: Oribatida), the first oribatid mite from Canadian amber

TLDR
The first oribatid mite from this amber is described, Megeremaeus cretaceous new species, and the advantages that confocal microscopy provides for the study of dark, resin-filled, miniature amber inclusions are discussed.

On the Genus Megeremaeus Higgins et Woolley, 1965 (Acari, Oribatida, Megeremaeidae), with a Description of a New Species Megeremaeus sikhotealinus Ryabinin et Wu sp. n.

A brief review of the Megeremaeus species of the world fauna is given, and the synonymy of Ctenobelba (Aokibelba) rameus (Wen et Zhao, 1993) comb. n. = C. (A.) polysetosa (Aoki et Yamamoto, 2000)

Caucaseremaeus Subias et Shtanchaeva gen. n. (Acariformes, Oribatida, Eremaeidae) from Armenia

Diagnosis . The genus Caucaseremaeus gen. n. is attributed to the family Eremaeidae Oudemans 1900 on the basis of family diagnosis (Behan-Pelletier, 1993). It is characterized by the following

REDEFINITION OF MEGEREMAEUS (ACARI: MEGEREMAEIDAE) WITH DESCRIPTION OF NEW SPECIES, AND NYMPHS OF M. MONTANUS HIGGINS AND WOOLLEY

Abstract The oribatid mite genus Megeremaeus is redefined, with the addition of information on leg chaetotaxy and immature instars. Three new species are described, Megeremaeus hylaius from

References

A New Genus of Moss Mites from Northwestern United States

  • Pan - Pacific Entomologist
  • 1965