Ameroseius cavernosus Westerboer, 1963,

Masan, Peter, 2017, A revision of the family Ameroseiidae (Acari, Mesostigmata), with some data on Slovak fauna, ZooKeys 704, pp. 1-228: 1

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.704.13304

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scientific name

Ameroseius cavernosus Westerboer, 1963
status

 

Ameroseius cavernosus Westerboer, 1963  Plates 4, 5

Ameroseius cavernosus  Westerboer (in Westerboer & Bernhard, 1963: 526).

Ameroseius cavernosus  . - Karg 1971a: 232; Bregetova 1977: 161; Karg 1993: 229.

Type depository.

Not stated.

Type locality and habitat.

Spain, Monte Montera Mt. (altitude 850 m), mixed forest predominated by beech and growing on clay slate, in humid leaf litter and humus.

New material from Slovakia.

Hronská Pahorkatina Wold: 2 ♀♀ - 12. 11. 2015, Vieska Nad Žitavou Village, Mlyňany Arboretum, deciduous forest, soil with raw humus and wood detritus, altitude 210 m, leg. P. Mašán. Ipeľská Pahorkatina Wold: 1 ♀ - 13. 11. 2015, Horša Village, Horšianska Dolina Valley, hornbeam forest ( Carpinion betuli  ) with oak ( Quercus  sp.) and elm ( Ulmus  sp.), leaf litter and soil detritus, altitude 200 m, leg. P. Mašán. Zemplínske Vrchy Hills: 2 ♀♀ - 10. 11. 2006, Ladmovce Village, Kašvár Mt., steppe with small groups of acacia-trees ( Robinia pseudoacacia  ) and oaks ( Quercus  sp.), leaf litter and soil detritus, altitude 160 m, leg. P. Mašán.

Remarks.

The illustration of the original description shows only 26-27 pairs of dorsal shield setae. I detected the usual complement of 29 pairs in the specimens from Slovakia.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Ameroseiidae

Genus

Ameroseius

Loc

Ameroseius cavernosus Westerboer, 1963

Masan, Peter 2017
2017
Loc

Ameroseius cavernosus

Berlese 1903
1903
Loc

Ameroseius cavernosus

Berlese 1903
1903