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Title

First record of intertidal oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) from the Canaries – a new species and its complete ontogeny

AuthorsPfingstl, Tobias; De la Paz, Juan Carlos; Hernández-Teixidor, David
KeywordsSelenoribatidae
Thalassozetes
Littoral
Atlantic
Development
Issue Date2020
PublisherSystematic and Applied Acarology Society
CitationSystematic and Applied Acarology 25(10): 1901-1914 (2020)
AbstractA new species of intertidal oribatid mites from Tenerife is described and its full ontogenetic development is given in detail. Thalassozetes canariensis sp. nov. can easily be distinguished from its congeners by its characteristic notogastral cuticular pattern showing loosely distributed irregular elevations, and its rectangular median sternal cavity. Based on morphology, Thalassozetes canariensis sp. nov. is most closely related to the Mediterranean T. riparius; both species share a small transversal band-like notogastral light spot and the longitudinal orientation of lyrifissure iad. The juvenile morphology of T. canariensis sp. nov. conforms basically to those of known Thalassozetes juveniles but there are discrepancies in certain aspects that require further research into all known species. This report of T. canariensis sp. nov. from Tenerife is the first record of an intertidal mite for the Canaries, and also for the Eastern Atlantic area. Further records of this species within the area may be expected.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.11158/saa.25.10.13
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/221249
DOI10.11158/saa.25.10.13
ISSN1362-1971
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