Indoribates (Haplozetes)

Indoribates (Haplozetes) sp., copyright Srivastava Lab.

Belongs within: Haplozetidae.

The subgenus Haplozetes of the genus Indoribates is a group of oribatid mites known primarily from Eurasia and the Americas (Subías 2004).

Characters (from Balogh & Balogh 1992): Prodorsum with lamellae present, translamella absent; interlamellar setae originating on dorsosejugal suture. Notogastral setae hardly visible, ten pairs of setal alveoli; four pairs of sacculi; pteromorphs movable. Four (rarely five) pairs of genital setae; one pair of aggenital setae; two pairs of anal setae; three pairs of adanal setae; fissure iad adanal. Legs monodactyle.

<==Indoribates (Haplozetes Willmann 1935)S04
    |--I. (*H.) vindobonensis (Willmann 1935) [=Peloribates vindobonensis]S04
    |    |--I. v. vindobonensisS04
    |    `--I. v. curtipilis (Kunst 1977) [=Haplozetes vindobonensis curtipilis]S04
    |--I. (H.) brevisetosus (Bayartogtokh 2000) [=Haplozetes brevisetosus]S04
    |--I. (H.) brevisetus (Balogh 1970)S04 [=Cosmobates brevisetusS04, Nixozetes brevisetusC-R79]
    |--I. (H.) carneus (Tseng 1984) [=Lauritzenia carnea]S04
    |--I. (H.) chiayiensis (Tseng 1984) [=Muliercula chiayiensis]S04
    |--I. (H.) clavatus (Bayartogtokh 2000) [=Haplozetes clavatus]S04
    |--I. (H.) cuticulatus (Tseng 1984) [=Muliercula cuticulata]S04
    |--I. (H.) minutus (Tseng 1984) [=Lauritzenia minuta]S04
    |--I. (H.) nudus (Hammer 1958) [=Peloribates nudus]S04
    |--I. (H.) quadripilus (Berlese 1916) [=Protoribates quadripilus]S04
    `--I. (H.) ulykpani (Bayartogotkh & Aoki 1998) [=Haplozetes ulykpani]S04

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

Balogh, J., & P. Balogh. 1992. The Oribatid Mites Genera of the World vol. 1. Hungarian Natural History Museum: Budapest.

[C-R79] Corpuz-Raros, L. A. 1979. Philippine Oribatei (Acarina). I. Preliminary list of species and descriptions of forty new species. Philippine Agriculturist 62 (1): 1–82.

[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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