Fedrizzia Canestrini 1884, Canestrini, 1884

Seeman, Owen D., 2007, Revision of the Fedrizziidae (Acari: Mesostigmata: Fedrizzioidea), Zootaxa 1480, pp. 1-55: 15

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Fedrizzia Canestrini 1884
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Fedrizzia Canestrini 1884  

Fedrizzia Canestrini, 1884: 707   . Type species: Fedrizzia grossipes Canestrini, 1884   , by monotypy. Toxopeusia Oudemans, 1927: 80   . Type species: Toxopeusia strandi Oudemans, 1927   , by original designation. Synonymy by Womersley (1959).

Diagnosis. Both sexes: dorsal shield sometimes with large dorsal pores; with separate ventral and ventrianal shield ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 ); lateral setae on ventrianal shield 10–30 long; exopodal region usually with spotted pattern; pores laterad CxIV in a longitudinal line; seta pv 1 on femur III –IV usually unmodified, sometimes thickened; spur on palp trochanter usually with blunt process ( Figs 27–29 View FIGURES 27 – 32 ); seta av 1 on palp trochanter pilose ( Figs 27– 31 View FIGURES 27 – 32 ); seta h 1 smooth, usually straight; corniculi on hypostomal tubercles ( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 a); both non-filamentous cheliceral excrescences ribbon-like with crenate and serrated edges ( Fig. 22 View FIGURES 22 – 26 ). Female: sternogynial shield an inverted bell-shape, curving outwards anteriorly and bluntly pointed posteriorly ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3 a). Male: base of tritosternum same form as female; with separate presternal shield bearing setae st 1; anterior valve of genital opening larger than posterior valve ( Fig. 21 View FIGURE 21 a), flanked by zero or one pairs of pores; CxI same form as female CxI.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Mesostigmata

Family

Fedrizziidae

Loc

Fedrizzia Canestrini 1884

Seeman, Owen D. 2007
2007
Loc

Fedrizzia

Oudemans 1927: 80
Canestrini 1884: 707
1884