Cydnoseius negevi ( Swirski and Amitai, 1961 )

Negm, M. W., 2014, Increasing Knowledge Of The Mite Fauna Of The United Arab Emirates: New Records And A Checklist, Acarologia 54 (1), pp. 113-120: 116

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http://doi.org/ 10.1051/acarologia/20142118

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5477834

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scientific name

Cydnoseius negevi ( Swirski and Amitai, 1961 )
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Cydnoseius negevi ( Swirski and Amitai, 1961)  

Material examined — Twenty five females and 10 males, Dubai, 15 Jan. 2013, 25°06’ N, 55°08’ E, alt. 145 m, on C. dactylon   GoogleMaps   .

Remarks — Cydnoseius negevi ( Swirski and Amitai, 1961)   was originally described from Israel, on date palm, Phoenix dactylifera   L. ( Arecaceae   ) ( Swirski and Amitai 1961). According to Chant and McMurtry (2007), the genus Cydnoseius   contains two species, C. negevi   and C. muntius (Schicha and Corpuz-Raros)   , the latter described from Philippines, on Shorea guiso (Blanco) Blume   (Diptrocarpaceae). This is the first report of this species from the UAE.

Distribution — Cydnoseius negevi   has been essentially reported from the Mediterranean area, Egypt ( El Badry, 1967a), Israel ( Swirski and Amitai, 1961), Oman ( Hountondji et al., 2010), Pakistan ( Muma, 1967), Saudi Arabia ( Negm et al., 2012b) and Sudan ( El Badry, 1967b).