Oribatid mites of the superfamily Oppioidea from Ecuador (Acari: Oribatida)

  title={Oribatid mites of the superfamily Oppioidea from Ecuador (Acari: Oribatida)},
  author={S. Ermilov and D. Sandmann and F. Marian and M. Maraun},
Abstract An annotated checklist of identified Ecuadorian Oppioidea (10 species of 10 genera of three families) is presented. The genera Hammerella, Taiwanoppia, subgenera Hammerella (Woasella), Taiwanoppia(Paragloboppia) and the species T. (P.) trichotos (Balogh et Mahunka, 1977) are recorded for the first time in Ecuador. One new species of the family Granuloppiidae — Hammerella (Woasella) parasufflata sp. nov. — is described from the upper organic soil layer in a mostly undisturbed rain… Expand
New species of oribatid mites of the genera Hermannobates and Rhynchoribates (Acari: Oribatida: Hermanniellidae, Rhynchoribatidae) from Ecuador
Abstract Two new species of oribatid mites, Hermannobates dilatatus sp. nov. and Rhynchoribates longisetosus sp. nov., are described from Ecuadorian soils. Hermannobates dilatatus sp. nov. is mostExpand
The oribatid mite fauna (Acari, Oribatida) of the Bu Gia Map National Park (southern Vietnam), with description of two new species
The oribatid mite fauna of the Bu Gia Map National Park (southern Vietnam) consists of 86 species belonging to 65 genera and 31 families, and four genera, Dendrohermannia, Reteremuloides, Granuloppia and Leptotocepheus, are recorded in Vietnam for the first time. Expand
Morphological ontogeny of Chamobates pusillus (Acari, Oribatida, Chamobatidae), with comments on some species of Chamobates Hull
The larva of this species is unpigmented and without a gastronotal shield, whereas the shield is present in the nymphs and has 10 pairs of setae (d-, l-, h-series and p1), while setae p2, p3 and of c-series are inserted on unsclerotized cuticle. Expand
A new species of Oxyoppia (Oxyoppiella) (Acari: Oribatida: Oppiidae) from Iran
Elizabeth A. HUGO-COETZEE*, Parisa LOTFOLLAHI, Ayda ABBASI-KALO, Elnaz MOVAHEDZADE National Museum, Bloemfontein, South Africa Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of the Free State,Expand
Hotspots of mite new species discovery: Sarcoptiformes (2013-2015).
The 242 new species of the mite order Sarciptiformes published during 2013-2015 are presented in this paper, and trends and patterns of new species are summarised. Expand
Where are primary type specimens of new mite species deposited?
Overall there were still more new species deposited in collections in developing counties than developed countries, and the top European collections hold type specimens mostly of foreign origin, whereas those of South America, Asia, Africa and Australasia hold type specimen mostly originating from their own countries. Expand
Continued growth of Systematic and Applied Acarology, and hot spots and shelf life of new species in 2013
The coverage of SAA in ISI Science Citation Index Expanded from 2011 has helped the rapid increase in submission during last two years, and based on the citation data in ISI database, the estimate for the first Impact Factor for SAA (2013) is that it will be more than 1.10. Expand


Two new species of Oppiidae (Acari: Oribatida) from Ecuador
Two new oribatid mite species of Oppiidae, Gittella ecuadoriensis sp. nov. and Lasiobelba (Antennoppia) chistyakovi sp. nov., are described from Ecuador. Gittella and Lasiobelba are recorded for theExpand
New oribatid mites of the genera Machadobelba and Campachipteria (Acari: Oribatida) from Ecuador
Two new oribatid mite species are described from upper organic soil layer in mostly undisturbed rain forest of Podocarpus National Park, Ecuador and the genus Campachipteria is recorded for the first time in Ecuador. Expand
Hemmerella (Parawoasella) bayartogtokhi, a new subgenus and species, is proposed, based on specimens from dark loamy soil and litter in Vietnam, which is distinguishable from other subgenera of Hammerella by the presence of dorsocentral setae in the adult. Expand
Three new species of oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) from Ecuador
Three new oribatid mite species are described from Ecuador and are morphologically similar to Ampullobates nigriclavatus Grandjean, but differs from the latter by the morphology of the lamellar, exuvial and some epimeral setae, sensilli, and the size of the interlamellar and exobothridial setae. Expand
Three new species of the genus Sternoppia (Acari: Oribatida: Sternoppiidae) from Ecuador.
Three new oppioid mite species of the genus Sternoppia, S. paraincisa sp. nov., S. paramirabilis sp. nov. and S. fissurata sp. nov., are described. Sternoppia paraincisa sp. nov. is most similarExpand
Two new species of Schalleria (Acari: Oribatida: Microzetidae) from Ecuador with a key to all species of the genus
Two new microzetid mite species of the genus Schalleria are described and the morphology of the gnathosoma and the legs is presented in detail for the first time for this genus. Expand
Listado sistemático, sinonímico y biogeográfico de los ácaros oribátidos (Acariformes, Oribatida) del mundo (1758-2002)
This is the first check-list of the world’s oribatid mites in which the approximately 9,000 currently valid, described species (and subspecies) are systematically recorded. In addition, the listExpand
Oribatid mites of the Galápagos Islands
The results from investigations on oribatid mites of the Galapagos archipelago during 10 years are presented. Samples were taken on all larger and most smaller islands of the archipelago, as well asExpand
A Manual of Acarology
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Mites (Acari) from St. Lucia (Antilles). 2. Oribatida
  • Acta Zoologica Hungarica,
  • 1985