Neocarus coronatus Araújo & Feres, 2018, Araujo & Feres, 2018

Araújo, Marcel Santos De, Palma, Antonella Di & Feres, Reinaldo José Fazzio, 2020, Catalog of the Opilioacarida (Acari: Parasitiformes), Zootaxa 4895 (3), pp. 332-356: 344

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4895.3.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:D2CCF661-B1C9-45A5-B344-E01C519716C5

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4361403

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03E7A162-FFFF-6851-FF14-E3D5FE26FACA

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Neocarus coronatus Araújo & Feres, 2018
status

 

6.8. Neocarus coronatus Araújo & Feres, 2018   *

Neocarus coronatus Araújo et al. 2018: 4-6   , figs. 2A-12D (original description)

Holotype: F ( DZSJRP10707). BRAZIL, Bahia, S„o Desidério, Gruta do Sumidouro do Jo„o Baio , 12°22’27.6”S 44°53’31.7”W, coll. M.E. Bichuette, J.E. Gall„o, D. Monteiro-Neto, 2.NOV.2011, collected by hand. GoogleMaps  

Paratypes: M ( DZSJRP10706)   , same data as holotype; M ( DZSJRP10709) GoogleMaps   , Brazil, Bahia, S„o Desidério, Gruta do Cat „o (twilight zone), 12°22’07.0”S 44°52’03.2”W, coll. M.E. Bichuette, J.E. Gall „o, C.S. Fernandes, D.R. Pedroso, 30.OCT.2011, manual collection; M ( DZSJRP10710) GoogleMaps   , M ( DZSJRP10711)   , M ( DZSJRP10712)   , M ( DZSJRP10713)   , same data; F ( DZSJRP10714)   , Brazil, Bahia, S„o Desidério, epigean habitats close to Gruta do Cat „o cave, S12°22’07.0” W44°52’03.2 ”, coll. M.E. Bichuette, J.E. Gall „o, C.S. Fernandes, 3.NOV.2012, manual collection; M ( DZSJRP10715)   , F ( DZSJRP10717)   , same data   .

Distribution: Bahia ( Brazil).

Etymology: From the Latin word “corona”, meaning crown, referring to the density and position of anterior prodorsal shield setae in adults.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Opilioacarida

Family

Opilioacaridae

Genus

Neocarus

Loc

Neocarus coronatus Araújo & Feres, 2018

Araújo, Marcel Santos De, Palma, Antonella Di & Feres, Reinaldo José Fazzio 2020
2020
Loc

Neocarus coronatus Araújo et al. 2018: 4-6

Araujo 2018: 4 - 6
2018