Amblyseius aerialis (Muma),

Guanilo, Alberto Daniel, Moraes, Gilberto José De, Toledo, Silvana & Knapp, Markus, 2008, Phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) from Argentina, with description of a new species, Zootaxa 1884, pp. 1-35: 3-6

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.184278

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3504307

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03AF553D-FFB7-FFA5-FF1F-D7089E23B048

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Plazi

scientific name

Amblyseius aerialis (Muma)
status

 

Amblyseius aerialis (Muma) 

Amblyseiopsis aerialis Muma 1955: 264  ; Garman 1958: 75.

Amblyseius aerialis, Athias-Henriot 1957: 338  ; De Leon 1966: 91; Moraes et al. 1986: 6; 1991: 117; 2004: 13; Moraes & Mesa 1988: 71; Kreiter & Moraes 1997: 377; Feres & Moraes 1998: 126; Gondim & Moraes 2001: 67; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 203; 2007: 75; Guanilo et al. in press.

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) aerialis, Chant 1959: 88  .

Amblyseius (Amblyseius) aerialis  , Denmark & Muma 1989: 15.

FEMALE. (3 specimens measured)

Dorsal shield 348 (340–355) long and 267 (260–275) wide; j 1 31 (30–31), j 3 38 (35–40), j 4 5 (4–5), j 5 4 (4–5), j 6 5 (5–6), J 2 8 (6–10), J 5 8 (6–10), z 2 14 (14–15), z 4 7 (6–9), z 5 5 (4–5), Z 1 9 (7– 9), Z 4 136 (130– 141), Z 5 337 (330–340), s 4 118 (115–120), S 2 10 (10–11), S 4 10, S 5 10 (8–12), r 3 9 (7–11), R 1 10 (9–10); distances between st 1 -st 3 58 (57–60), st 2 -st 2 75 and st 5 -st 5 76 (74–80); ventri-anal shield 110 (105–113) long, 89 (85–95) wide at level of ZV 2 and 78 (75–85) wide at level of anus; JV 5 73 (63–87); calyx of spermatheca 22 (20–25) long; Sge I 44 (40–48), Sge II 40 (38–42), Sge III 61 (55–64), Sti III 44 (42–47), Sge IV 144 (140–149), Sti IV 86 (83–92), St IV 68 (65–72). Chaetotaxy: genu II 2, 2/ 0-2 /0, 1; genu III 1, 2/ 1-2 /0, 1.

MALE. (1 specimen measured)

Dorsal shield 310 long and 225 wide; j 1 23, j 3 37, j 4 3, j 5 3, j 6 5, J 2 7, J 5 6, z 2 12, z 4 7, z 5 4, Z 1 7, Z 4 90, Z 5 235, s 4 78, S 2 9, S 4 8, S 5 9, r 3 11, R 1 9; ventri-anal shield 125 long and 160 wide at the anterior corners; JV 5 38; Sge I 33, Sge II 31, Sge III 40, Sti III 33, Sge IV 90, Sti IV 60, St IV 63.

Specimens examined. Salta: San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Río Blanco, (22 ° 58 ' 10.9 ''S, 64 ° 22 ' 9.5 ''W), 10 -V- 2007, on Citrus reticulata  (5 Ψ, 2 ɗ); San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Río Blanco (22 ° 57 ' 53.7 ''S, 64 ° 21 ' 51.3 '' W), 10 -V- 2007, on Nicotiana tabacum  (1 Ψ, 1 immature).

Previous records. Algeria, Bermuda, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Galapagos Islands, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Honduras, India, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Peru (Guanilo et al. in press), USA and Venezuela.

Amblyseius chiapensis De  Leon

Amblyseius chiapensis De  Leon 1961: 85; 1962: 175; McMurtry 1983: 250; Moraes et al. 1986: 10; 1991: 118; 2004: 19; Moraes & Mesa 1988: 72; McMurtry & Moraes 1989: 185; Gondim & Moraes 2001: 67; Lofego et al. 2004: 3 View Cited Treatment ; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 199; 2007: 78.

Amblyseius (Multiseius) chiapensis  , Denmark & Muma 1989: 94.

Amblyseius triplaris De  Leon 1967: 25 (synonymy by Denmark & Muma 1989).

FEMALE. (1 specimen measured).

Dorsal shield 343 long and 207 wide; j 1 31, j 3 43, j 4 6, j 5 5, j 6 6, J 2 5, J 5 7, z 2 11, z 4 9, z 5 5, Z 1 8, Z 4 106, Z 5 197, s 4 97, S 2 9, S 4 8, S 5 7, r 3 18, R 1 9; distances between st 1 -st 3 60, st 2 -st 2 73 and st 5 -st 5 64; ventri-anal shield 120 long, 73 wide at level of ZV 2 and 80 wide at level of anus; JV 5 63 (58–68); movable cheliceral digit 38 long, fixed cheliceral digit 37 long; calyx of spermatheca 6 long; Sge I 37, Sge II 38, Sge III 45, Sti III 30, Sge IV 90, Sti IV 54, St IV 73. Chaetotaxy: genu II 2, 2/ 0-2 /0, 1; genu III 1, 2/ 1-2 /0, 1.

Specimens examined. Salta: San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Río Blanco (22 ° 57 ' 53.7 ''S, 64 ° 21 ' 51.3 ''W), 10 -V- 2007, on Solanum nigrum  (1 Ψ).

Previous records. Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Venezuela.

Amblyseius deleonellus Athias-Henriot 

Amblyseius deleonellus Athias-Henriot 1967: 532  ; Karg 1970: 298; Moraes et al. 1986: 11; 2004: 22; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 197; 2007: 78.

Amblyseius (Multiseius) deleonellus  , Denmark & Muma 1989: 130.

Previous records. Argentina [Santiago del Estero ( Athias-Henriot 1967)].

Remarks. No additional specimens of this species were found in this study.

Amblyseius franzellus Athias-Henriot 

Amblyseius franzellus Athias-Henriot 1967: 535  ; Moraes et al. 1986: 13; 2004: 24; McMurtry & Moraes 1989: 185; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 201; 2007: 78.

Amblyseius (Multiseius) franzellus  , Denmark & Muma 1989: 117.

Previous records. Argentina [Buenos Aires ( Athias-Henriot 1967)] and Peru. Remarks. No additional specimens of this species were found in this study.

Amblyseius herbicolus (Chant) 

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) herbicolus Chant 1959: 84  .

Amblyseius (Amblyseius) herbicolus, Muma 1961: 287  ; Denmark & Muma 1989: 59.

Amblyseius herbicolus, Daneshvar  & Denmark 1982: 5; McMurtry & Moraes 1984: 34; Moraes et al. 1986: 14; 1991: 118; 2004: 27; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 208; 2007: 78; Guanilo et al. in press.

Amblyseius impactus Chaudhri 1968: 553  (synonymy by Daneshvar & Denmark 1982).

Amblyseius deleoni Muma  & Denmark, in Muma et al. 1970: 68 (synonymy by Daneshvar & Denmark 1982).

FEMALE. (3 specimens measured)

Dorsal shield 388 (387–390) long and 234 (230–237) wide; j 1 38 (37–39), j 3 43 (41–44), j 4 6 (6–7), j 5 5 (5–6), j 6 6 (5–7), J 2 8 (5–10), J 5 8 (7–9), z 2 12 (10–15), z 4 7 (5–8), z 5 6 (5–7), Z 1 11 (10–12), Z 4 100 (98– 102), Z 5 271 (262–280), s 4 96 (90–103), S 2 8 (6–10), S 4 9 (7–11), S 5 9 (8–9), r 3 11, R 1 8 (7–9); distances between st 1 -st 3 67 (66–68), st 2 -st 2 70 (70–71) and st 5 -st 5 68 (65–70); ventri-anal shield 118 (113–125) long, 55 wide at level of ZV 2 and 73 (70–75) wide at level of anus; JV 5 67 (66–69); movable cheliceral digit 35 long, fixed cheliceral digit 31 long; calyx of spermatheca 29 (25–33) long; Sge I 46 (46–47), Sge II 40 (39– 40), Sge III 48 (45–50), Sti III 41 (39–42), Sge IV 116 (112–120), Sti IV 87 (85–90), St IV 72 (71–73). Chaetotaxy: genu II 2, 2/ 0-2 /0, 1; genu III 1, 2/ 1-2 /0, 1.

Specimens examined. Salta: Metán – Crestón (25 ° 29 ' 25.3 '' S, 64 ° 58 ' 28.10 ''W), 12 -V- 2007, on Nicotiana glauca  (3 Ψ). Tucumán: San Miguel de Tucumán – Horcomolle (26 ° 47 ' 36.1 '' S, 65 ° 19 ' 0.1 ''W), 15 -V- 2007, on Citrus reticulata  (12 Ψ, 1 immature), on Malvastrum coromandelianum  (1 Ψ); San Miguel de Tucumán – Zanja Abierta (26 ° 48 ' 19.6 ''S, 65 ° 20 ' 26.2 ''W), 15 -V- 2007, on N. glauca  (2 Ψ).

Previous records. Angola, Argentina [Tucumán ( Furtado et al. 2007)], Australia, Brazil, Canary Islands, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Hawaii, Honduras, India, Iran, Kenya, Les Saintes, Malaysia, Martinique, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Peru (Guanilo et al. in press), Philippines, Puerto Rico, Reunion Island, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Venezuela and West Indies.

Amblyseius hexagonus Berlese 

Amblyseius hexagonus Berlese 1916 b: 173  ; Moraes et al. 1986: 16; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 189. Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) hexagonus, Chant 1959: 103  .

Previous records. Argentina [Buenos Aires ( Berlese 1916 b)].

Remarks. The description of this species is incomplete and redescriptions are not available, what makes the placement of this spccies uncertain ( Chant 1959; Moraes et al. 2004; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a; 2007). No additional specimens resembling what is known about this species were found in this study.

Amblyseius neochiapensis Lofego, Moraes & McMurtry 

Amblyseius neochiapensis Lofego et al. 2000: 462  ; Zacarias & Moraes 2001: 580; Lofego et al. 2004: 4 View Cited Treatment ; Moraes et al. 2004: 40; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 199; 2007: 80.

FEMALE. (3 specimens measured)

Dorsal shield 330 (313–355) long and 215 (200–230) wide; j 1 24 (22–26), j 3 46 (43–48), j 4 7 (5–9), j 5 5 (4–5), j 6 7 (6–8), J 2 6 (6–7), J 5 8 (7–9), z 2 12 (11–14), z 4 10 (8–11), z 5 5 (4–5), Z 1 8 (6–9), Z 4 89 (85–93), Z 5 152 (142–163), s 4 74 (74–75), S 2 9 (8–10), S 4 8 (7–9), S 5 7 (5–8), r 3 16 (15–17), R 1 11 (10–13); distances between st 1 -st 3 59 (55–62), st 2 -st 2 72 (68–78) and st 5 -st 5 69 (65–77); ventri-anal shield 113 (110– 118) long, 74 (73–78) wide at level of ZV 2 and 74 (70–80) wide at level of anus; JV 5 65 (64–66); movable cheliceral digit 36 (35–36) long, with 3 teeth; fixed cheliceral digit 40 (37–42) long, with 1 tooth; calyx of spermatheca 8 (7–8) long; Sge I 32 (30–34), Sge II 33 (31–36), Sge III 33 (31–35), Sti III 26 (25–28), Sge IV 67 (60–73), Sti IV 44 (41–48), St IV 61 (52–68). Chaetotaxy: genu II 2, 2/ 0-2 /0, 1; genu III 1, 2/ 1-2 /0, 1.

Specimens examined. Salta: San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Río Blanco (22 ° 58 ' 10.9 ''S, 64 ° 22 ' 9.5 ''W), 10 -V- 2007, on Citrus reticulata  (2 Ψ); San Ramón de la Nueva Orán – Ingenio Lote Verona (23 ° 9 ' 45.9 ''S, 56 ° 19 ' 41.6 ''W), 10 -V- 2007, on Inga  sp. (2 Ψ).

Previous records. Brazil.

Amblyseius perlongisetus Berlese 

Amblyseius perlongisetus Berlese 1916 b: 173  ; Gonzalez & Schuster 1962: 15; Collyer 1982: 194; Moraes et al. 1986: 27; 2004: 47; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 203; 2007: 80, 81.

Previous records. Argentina [Buenos Aires ( Berlese 1916 b)], Chile and New Zealand.

Remarks. The description of this species is incomplete. Redescriptions given in the literature under this name have been confirmed to represent or could represent different species ( Chant & McMurtry 2004 a; 2007). A redescription of the specimens of Berlese (1916 b) has not been possible because of the conditions of the specimens on the slides ( Chant & McMurtry 2004 a). No additional specimens resembling what is known about this species were found in this study.

Amblyseius pritchardellus Athias-Henriot 

Amblyseius pritchardellus Athias-Henriot 1967: 532  ; Moraes et al. 1986: 28; 2004: 48; Chant & McMurtry 2004 a: 201; 2007: 81.

Amblyseius (Amblyseius) pritchardellus  , Denmark & Muma 1989: 23.

Previous records. Argentina [Buenos Aires ( Athias-Henriot 1967)].

Remarks. No additional specimens of this species were found in this study.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Phytoseiidae

Genus

Amblyseius

Loc

Amblyseius aerialis (Muma)

Guanilo, Alberto Daniel, Moraes, Gilberto José De, Toledo, Silvana & Knapp, Markus 2008
2008
Loc

Amblyseius neochiapensis Lofego et al. 2000: 462

Lofego 2004: 4
Chant 2004: 199
Zacarias 2001: 580
2001
Loc

Amblyseius (Amblyseius) aerialis

Denmark 1989: 15
1989
Loc

Amblyseius (Multiseius) chiapensis

Denmark 1989: 94
1989
Loc

Amblyseius (Multiseius) deleonellus

Denmark 1989: 130
1989
Loc

Amblyseius (Multiseius) franzellus

Denmark 1989: 117
1989
Loc

Amblyseius (Amblyseius) herbicolus

Denmark 1989: 59
Muma 1961: 287
1989
Loc

Amblyseius (Amblyseius) pritchardellus

Denmark 1989: 23
1989
Loc

Amblyseius chiapensis

Lofego 2004: 3
Chant 2004: 199
Gondim 2001: 67
McMurtry 1989: 185
Moraes 1988: 72
Moraes 1986: 10
De 1961: 85
1986
Loc

Amblyseius franzellus

Chant 2004: 201
McMurtry 1989: 185
Moraes 1986: 13
Athias-Henriot 1967: 535
1986
Loc

Amblyseius hexagonus

Chant 2004: 189
Moraes 1986: 16
Chant 1959: 103
Berlese 1916: 173
1986
Loc

Amblyseius pritchardellus

Chant 2004: 201
Moraes 1986: 28
Athias-Henriot 1967: 532
1986
Loc

Amblyseius herbicolus

Chant 2004: 208
Moraes 1986: 14
McMurtry 1984: 34
Daneshvar 1982: 5
1984
Loc

Amblyseius deleonellus

Chant 2004: 197
Moraes 1986: 11
Karg 1970: 298
Athias-Henriot 1967: 532
1970
Loc

Amblyseius aerialis

Chant 2004: 203
Gondim 2001: 67
Feres 1998: 126
Kreiter 1997: 377
Moraes 1988: 71
Moraes 1986: 6
De 1966: 91
Athias-Henriot 1957: 338
1966
Loc

Amblyseius perlongisetus

Chant 2004: 203
Moraes 1986: 27
Collyer 1982: 194
Gonzalez 1962: 15
Berlese 1916: 173
1962
Loc

Amblyseiopsis aerialis

Garman 1958: 75
Muma 1955: 264
1958
Loc

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) aerialis

Chant 1959: 88
Loc

Amblyseius triplaris

De 1967: 25
Loc

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) herbicolus

Chant 1959: 84
Loc

Amblyseius impactus

Chaudhri 1968: 553