Phyllocoptini, Nalepa, 1892

Mehri-Heyran, Hosein, Lotfollahi, Parisa, de, Enrico, Lillo & Azimi, Solmaz, 2020, Eriophyoid (Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea) mite fauna of Miandoab region in Iran with redescription of Aceria kiefferi (Nalepa), Persian Journal of Acarology 9 (2), pp. 161-171: 166

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Phyllocoptini
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Tribe Phyllocoptini 

Phyllocoptes abaenus Keifer, 1940  – collected from Prunus domestica  L., Prunus armeniaca  L. and Prunus persica  (L.) Batsch ( Rosaceae  ), and due to the windy weather of sampling area, it’s all developmental stages occasionally collected from Galium aparine  L. ( Rubiaceae  ), Populus alba  L., Populus tremula  L. ( Salicaceae  ), Sonchus  sp. (Compositae), Morus alba  L., Plantago major  L., Plantago lanceolata  L. ( Plantaginaceae  ) and Salvia sclarea  L. ( Lamiaceae  ) in five localities ( Table 2).

Phyllocoptes bilobospinosus Chetverikov, 2019  – collected from Tamarix  sp. ( Tamaricaceae  ) in two localities ( Table 2). This species is new for the fauna of Iran.

Calepitrimerus baileyi Keifer, 1938  – collected from Malus pumila Mill.  , Prunus armeniaca  L., Prunus persica  (L.) Batsch, Rosa  × damascena Herrm., Prunus cerasifera Ehrh.  , Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D.A.Webb  , Prunus avium  (L.) L., Pyrus anatolica Browicz  ( Rosaceae  ), and due to the windy weather of sampling area, it’s all developmental stages occasionally collected from 43 plant species in 10 localities ( Table 2). This species was one of the abundant species in the surveyed region that marked by one asterisk (*) in Table 2.