Glypthelmins quieta ( Stafford, 1900 )

Xue, Xiao-Feng, Song, Zi-Wei & Hong, Xiao-Yue, 2010, Five new species of Anthocoptini from China (Acari: Eriophyidae), Zootaxa 2544, pp. 1-53 : 7-8

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https://doi.org/ 10.15468/um2vzb

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scientific name

Glypthelmins quieta ( Stafford, 1900 )
status

 

Glypthelmins quieta ( Stafford, 1900)

Site of infection: intestine.

Recruitment: ingestion.

Prevalence, mean intensity, and intensity range: 25.9%, 3.71, 1-13.

Specimens deposited: CNHE: 5374.

Distribution: Canada: New Brunswick ( McAlpine 1997a, 1997b; 1998; McAlpine & Burt 1998a; NBM); Ontario ( Stafford 1900; Stafford 1905; Walton 1938; Walton 1947); Quebec (CMNPA). Cuba: Havana ( Odening 1968; Martínez et al. 1982). USA: Arkansas ( Rosen & Manis 1976; USNPC); California ( Goldberg & Bursey 2002a); Florida ( Manter 1938); Georgia (USNPC; HWML; Parker 1941; Sullivan 1972; Sullivan 1976); Illinois ( Miller 1930; Leigh 1937a, 1937b, 1946; Andrews et al. 1992; USNPC); Indiana ( Lank 1971); Iowa ( Ulmer 1970); Kansas ( Jinks & Johnston 1971); Louisiana ( Bennett 1938; Sullivan 1972; Sullivan 1976; HWML); Massachusetts ( Rankin 1944a); Michigan ( Najarian 1955; Muzzall 1991); Mississippi ( Sullivan 1972; Sullivan 1976; Brooks 1979; HWML); Nebraska ( Brooks 1975a; Brooks 1976; Brooks 1979; Brooks et al. 2006a; Razo-Mendivil et al. 2006; HWML); Nevada ( Babero & Golling 1974); New England ( Rankin 1944a; Leigh & Van Cleave 1945); North Carolina ( Brandt 1936; Rankin 1944a; Leigh & Van Cleave 1945); Ohio ( Odlaug 1954; Ashton & Rabalais 1978); Oklahoma ( Trowbridge & Hefley 1934; Brooks 1979); Oregon ( O’Grady 1987; USNPC); Seattle ( Rankin 1944a; Leigh & Van Cleave 1945); South Carolina (USNPC); Texas ( Harwood 1932; Slagle 1966; Hollis 1972; Mayberry et al. 2000; Smythe & Font 2001); Virginia ( Britt 1947; Campbell 1968); Washington ( Rankin 1944a; Leigh & Van Cleave 1945); Winsconsin ( Schell 1962); undetermined locality ( Walton 1938, 1947; USNPC).

Specimens in collections: CMNPA: 1900-1696, 1900-1697, 1900-1698. HWML: 19721, 20174-20178, 20183, 20187, 20229, 20643, 20925, 20938, 20956, 22675, 31273. NBM: 746. USNPC: 66142.02, 72269, 72270, 82012, 84282, 84283, 84802, 84814, 91248, 95554.

Remarks: Type species of the genus Glypthelmins sensu stricto ( Razo-Mendivil et al. 2006). Harwood (1932) described Glypthelmins subtropica Harwood, 1932 based on specimens from L. catesbeianus (USNPC: 30878); this name was used also by Parker (1941); however, in a recent phylogenetic analysis and revision of the genus, this species was considered synonym of G. quieta ( Razo-Mendivil et al. 2006; Razo- Mendivil & Pérez-Ponce de León 2008).