Australiobates

Venter of female
Australiobates gomorus, from Goldschmidt & Ramírez Sánchez (2020).

Belongs within: Hygrobatidae.

Australiobates is a genus of hygrobatid water mites bearing a posterior process on the capitulum, found in Australasia, South Africa and South America.

<==Australiobates Lundblad 1941 RFF05
|–A. cekalovici Besch 1964 RFF05
|–A. curtipalpis Cook 1988 RFF05
|–A. emalus Cook 1986 H98
|–A. gledhilli Cook 1986 H98
|–A. gomorus Cook 1988 RFF05
|–A. klaasseni Besch 1964 RFF05
|–A. linderi Lundblad 1941 H98
|–A. litatus Cook 1988 RFF05
|–A. mutatus Viets 1978 H98
|–A. neolinderi Cook 1986 H98
|–A. ogavus Cook 1988 RFF05
|–A. ombatus Cook 1986 H98
|–A. perplexus Cook 1986 H98
|–A. queenslandensis Cook 1986 H98
|–A. radagus Cook 1986 H98
|–A. vantermus Cook 1988 RFF05
|–A. ventriscutatus Cook 1986 H98
|–A. vimorus Cook 1986 H98
`–A. violaceus Lundblad 1941 H98

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[H98] Halliday, R. B. 1998. Mites of Australia: A checklist and bibliography. CSIRO Publishing: Collingwood.

[RFF05] Rosso de Ferradás, B., & H. R. Fernández. 2005. Elenco y biogeografía de los ácaros acuáticos (Acari, Parasitengona, Hydrachnidia) de Sudamérica. Graellsia 61 (2): 181–224.

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