Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon, 1967,

Ferla, Noeli Juarez, Johann, Liana, Klock, Crisna, Majolo, Fernanda & Botton, Marcos, 2011, Phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) from vineyards in Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil, Zootaxa 2976, pp. 15-31: 23-24

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.204387

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scientific name

Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon, 1967
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Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon, 1967 

Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon, 1967: 21  ; Denmark & Muma, 1973: 257.

Amblyseius aripo  . — Moraes & McMurtry, 1983: 132; Moraes & Mesa, 1988: 73; Feres & Moraes, 1998: 126. Specimens examined. CANDIOTA: Cabernet Sauvignon, Artemisia  sp.: IV- 2007 (1), Senecio  sp.: V- 2007 (2) V.

vinifera, Leaf, III- 2007 (1). Chardonnay, Senecio  sp., IX- 2007 (1). ENCRUZILHADA DO SUL: Pinot Noir, V. vinifera, Leaf, II- 2007 (11), III- 2007 (2), IV- 2007 (3). BOQUEIRÃO DO LEÃO: Bordo (Ives), D. tortuosum: I/ 2007 (4); E. laevigatum  : V/ 2006 (1); VI/ 2006 (8); VII/ 2006 (2); P 2: XI/ 2006 (1); S. nodiflora  : XII/ 2006 (2); S. americanum  : I/ 2007 (4); T. dentata  : I/ 2007 (7); W. indica: XII/ 2006 (5); I/ 2007 (12).

Six females were measured: dorsal shield 354 (340–370) long and 197 (188–205) wide, j 1 31 (28–33), j 3 35 (33–38), j 4 11 (10–13), j 5 12 (10–13), j 6 15 (13–15), J 2 15 (13–18), J 5 8 (5–10), z 2 17 (15–20), z 4 29 (25–33), z 5 11 (8–13), Z 1 20 (15–20), Z 4 46 (40–50), Z 5 68 (60–75), s 4 43 (38–48), S 2 33 (30–35), S 4 23 (20–25), S 5 11 (10– 13), r 3 19 (15–23), R 1 16 (15–18), SgI 20 (18–25), SgII 19 (15–20), SgIII 24 (20–25), StiIII 15 (13–18), SgIV 44 (40–48), StiIV 24 (23–25), StIV 69 (60–78), st 1 -st 3 67 (65–70), st 2 -st 2 63 (55–70), G-G 78 (75–83), ventrianal shield 66 (55–75) anterior wide, 70 (68–73) posterior wide and 118 (105–125) long, spermatheca cervix 19 (15– 20), fixed digit 38 (34–45), movable digit 34 (31–40).

Previous records in Brazil. Bahia (Moraes & McMurtry, 1983; Moraes et al., 1993), Ceará ( Moraes et al., 1993), Maranhão ( Moraes et al., 1993), Mato Grosso ( Demite et al., 2009), Pernambuco (Moraes & McMurtry, 1983; Moraes et al., 1993), Piauí ( Moraes et al., 1993), Rio Grande do Sul ( Ferla & Moraes, 1998, 2002) and São Paulo ( Denmark & Muma, 1973; Feres & Moraes, 1998; Zacarias & Moraes, 2001 b). All measurements agree with the original description (Moraes & McMurtry, 1983). This was the most common phytoseiid species on plants associated with strawberry crops in Rio Grande do Sul ( Ferla et al., 2007 a). It is a predatory mite commonly associated with Mononychellus tanajoa (Bondar, 1938)  on cassava in Northeast Brazil ( Moraes et al., 1990). It has also been reported on other cultivated plants as well as on natural vegetation, in combination with other mite species (Moraes & McMurtry, 1983; Moraes et al., 1990, Noronha et al., 1997).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Phytoseiidae

Genus

Typhlodromalus

Loc

Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon, 1967

Ferla, Noeli Juarez, Johann, Liana, Klock, Crisna, Majolo, Fernanda & Botton, Marcos 2011
2011
Loc

Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon, 1967 : 21

Denmark 1973: 257
De 1967: 21
1967