Haematoloechus longiplexus Stafford, 1902

Xue, Xiao-Feng, Song, Zi-Wei & Hong, Xiao-Yue, 2010, Five new species of Anthocoptini from China (Acari: Eriophyidae), Zootaxa 2544, pp. 1-53 : 12

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.15468/um2vzb

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5310221

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/006D2C05-3860-AE18-FF63-6F7AFD17F961

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scientific name

Haematoloechus longiplexus Stafford, 1902
status

 

Haematoloechus longiplexus Stafford, 1902

Site of infection: lungs.

Recruitment: ingestion.

Distribution: Canada: New Brunswick ( McAlpine 1997a, 1997b; 1998; McAlpine & Burt 1998a; NBM); Nova Scotia ( Stafford 1903); Ontario ( Stafford 1903; Cort 1915; CMNPA); Quebec ( Stafford 1903). Cuba ( Odening 1968). USA: Arizona ( Goldberg et al. 1998; Snyder & Tkach 2001; USNPC); Arkansas ( Rosen & Manis 1976); California ( Shields 1987; Goldberg & Bursey 2002a); Connecticut ( Brooks, 1976); Georgia (HWML); Idaho ( Waitz 1961; Waitz 1962); Illinois ( Cort 1915); Indiana ( Cort 1915; Lank 1971); Iowa ( Ulmer 1970; Cain & French 1975); Kentucky ( Whitehouse 2002); Louisiana ( Bennett 1938); Michigan (Krull 1932; Muzzall 1991; Najarian 1955); Mississippi ( Clark & Longest 1969); Nebraska ( Brooks 1974; Brooks 1976; Snyder & Tkach 2001; León-Règagnon & Brooks 2003; Brooks et al. 2006a; Bolek & Janovy 2007; HWML; USNPC); Nevada ( Babero & Golling 1974); North Carolina ( Brandt 1936); Ohio ( Ashton & Rabalais 1978; Bursey & DeWolf 1998); Oklahoma ( Trowbridge & Hefley 1934; Brooks 1979); Oregon (HWML); Texas ( Harwood 1932); Washington ( Schell 1965); West Virginia (USNPC).

Specimens in collections: CMNPA: 1900-1624, 1900-1625, 1900-1626, 1900-1631, 1900-1634. HWML: 15282, 15301, 15304, 19843, 20144-20150, 20939, 21947, 23255, 48432, 48482. NBM: 793, 1244, 1245, 1248, 1249, 1251, 1460, 1479, 3523-3526. USNPC: 79466, 87069, 91244, 91509, 91510, 102161, 102175.

Remarks: León-Règagnon et al. (1999) synonymyzed H. macrorchis with H. longiplexus, but molecular evidence provided by Snyder & Tkach (2001) and León-Règagnon and Brooks (2003) support that they are independent species with very similar morphology.