Dorsal and ventral view of Campachipteria nivalis, from Bayartogtokh & Ryabinin (2012).

Belongs within: Poronoticae.

Campachipteria is a Holarctic genus of oribatid mites (Subías 2004). It differs from the closely related Achipteria in having monodactyle rather than tridactyle legs.

<==Campachipteria Aoki 1995S04
    |--*C. uenoi Aoki 1995S04
    |--C. barguzini (Golosova & Karppinen 1984) [=Parachipteria barguzini]S04
    |--C. bella (Sellnick 1928) [=Notaspis bella]S04
    |--C. brevisetosa Ermilov et al. 2013PL17
    |--C. distincta (Aoki 1959) [=Achipteria distincta]S04
    |    |--C. d. distinctaS04
    |    `--C. d. incurva (Aoki 1991) [=Parachipteria incurva]S04
    |--C. ewingi (Berlese 1910) [=Achiperia nicoleti ewingi]S04
    |--C. fanzagoi (Jacot 1929) [=Achipteria fanzagoi; incl. Parachipteria willmanni Hammen 1952]S04
    |--C. heintoogensis (Nevin 1979) [=Parachipteria heintoogensis]S04
    |--C. neotropicalis (Mahunka 1983) [=Parachipteria neotropicalis]S04
    |--C. nivalis (Hammer 1952) [=Achipteria nivalis]S04
    |--C. patavina (Oudemans 1913) [=Notaspis patavina]S04
    |--C. perproxima (Sellnick 1931) [=Notaspis perproxima]S04
    |--C. petiti (Travé 1960) [=Parachipteria petiti]S04
    |--C. savagei (Nevin 1976) [=Parachipteria savagei]S04
    |--C. sibirica (Krivolutsky & Grishina 1970) [=Parachipteria sibirica]S04
    |--C. snowdonensis (Colloff & Seyd 1987) [=Parachipteria snowdonensis]S04
    |--C. travei (Nevin 1977) [=Parachipteria travei]S04
    |--C. truncata (Aoki 1976) [=Parachiptera truncata]S04
    `--C. weigmanni (Pérez-Íñigo 1987) [=Parachipteria weigmanni]S04

*Type species of generic name indicated


Bayartogtokh, B., & N. A. Ryabinin. 2012. The soil mite family Achipteriidae (Acari: Oribatida) in Mongolia and the Russian Far East. Acarologia 52 (2): 135–156.

[PL17] Pachl, P., A. C. Lindl, A. Krause, S. Scheu, I. Schaefer & M. Maraun. 2017. The tropics as an ancient cradle of oribatid mite diversity. Acarologia 57 (2): 309–322.

[S04] Subías, L. S. 2004. Listado sistemático, sinonímico y biogeográfico de los ácaros oribátidos (Acariformes, Oribatida) del mundo (1758–2002). Graellsia 60 (número extraordinario): 3–305.

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