Guineobodes papuanus, Mahunka, 1987

Mahunka, S., 1987, A survey of the family Carabodidae C. L. Koch, 1836 (Acari: Oribatida), II, Acta Zoologica Hungarica 33, pp. 399-434 : 409-410

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6282314

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6282314

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scientific name

Guineobodes papuanus
status

comb. n.

Guineobodes papuanus (Balogh, 1970) comb. n.

Prodorsum: Lamellae fused medially by a pair of very high translamellar apophyses (Fig. 11). The latter elongated anteriorly and covered by the rostral part of prodorsum. Lamellar setae arising on the outer surface of lamellae, insertion point of the twice curved, gradually thickened interlamellar setae also covered by the interlamellar apophysis (Fig. 12). Basal part of prodorsum convex. Sensillus uncate. Tutorium strong.

Notogaster: A deep hollow present in the dorsosejugal area (Fig. 13), and a very high elevation in the posterior third of the notogaster. Fourteen pairs of notogastral setae, no setae present in humeral position.

Coxisternal region: Epimeral setal formula: 3 —1—3— 3. Apodemes short, thin, borders hardly observable (Fig. 10).

Anogenital region: Some strong longitudinal rugae present. Anogenital setal formula: 5 —1—2— 3. Setae ad2 and ad 3 in adanal position. Lyrifissures iad opening, very far from anal aperture.

Legs: All joints of legs without ornamentation.

Examined material: Holotype: New Guinea, Wau area, Black Cat Gap. Mt. Mission , Wau; high, sparse Mnium-like moss near peak about 1700 m a.s.l.; 21. April, 1965, leg. J. Balogh. GoogleMaps

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Oribatida

Family

Carabodidae

Genus

Guineobodes