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Authors: Khaustov A. A.
Klimov P. B.
Trach V.A.
Bobylev A.N.
Salavatulin V.M.
Khaustov V. A.
Tolstikov A.V.
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: A total of 68 mite species were collected on Ips typographus and in their galleries in Siberia and in the Far East of Russia: Cercoleipus kuznetsovi (Cercomegistidae), Pleuronectocelaeno barbara, P. japonica (Celaenopsidae), Uroobovella ipidis (Urodinychidae), Trichouropoda polytricha, T. karawaiewi, T. structura (Trematuridae), Schizosthetus sp. (Parasitidae), Dendrolaelaps (Ipidodendrolaelaps) quadrisetus, Dendrolaelaps (Insectolaelaps) pini, Dendrolaelaps (Apophyseodendrolaelaps) disetosimilis (Digamasellidae), Macrocheles (s. str.) ivanovi (Macrochelidae), Gamasellodes tatricus (Ascidae), Proctolaelaps fiseri, P. hystricoides, P. juradeus (Melicharidae), Ereynetes (Huntereynetes) sp. (Ereynetidae), Mexecheles virginiensis (Cheyletidae), Dolichocybe sibiriensis (Dolichocybidae), Pyemotes sp. (Pyemotidae), Aethiophenax ipidarius (Acarophenacidae), Microdispodides moseri, Elattoma crossi (Pygmephoridae), Coleopygmephorus bogenschutzi, C. hylophilus, C. typographus (Neopygmephoridae), Scutacarus pseudoplurisetus, S. scolyti, S. muscocicola, S. palustris (Scutacaridae), Iponemus gaebleri gaebleri, Tarsonemus striatus, T. (Schaarschmidtia) bistridentati, T. typographi, Heterotarsonemus lindquisti (Tarsonemidae), Siculobata (Paraleius) leontonycha (Scheloribatidae), Acarus sp., Boletoglyphus boletophagi, Forcellinia wasmanni, Ipsoglyphus bochkovi, Kuzinia laevis, Naiadacarus sp., Schwiebea sp. eurynympha-group [punctate dorsum], Sch. sp. eurynympha-group [small, unsclerotized, 1a, 3a filiform], Sch. nesbitti, Sch. nova, Sch. sp.1 nova-group [two tibial setae, regular attachment organ], Sch. sp. nova-group [two tibial setae, wide attachment organ], Sch. sp. nova-group [granulate dorsum, short legs III–IV], Sch. scheucherae, Thyreophagus corticalis, Th. entomophagus, Th. aff. odyneri, Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Acaridae), Divilia aff. occidentalis, D. sp., Hemisarcoptes sp., Nanacarus sp.1, N. sp.2, Superioropus huronmontanus (Hemisarcoptidae), Parawinterschmidtia kneissli, Saproglyphus aff. hagensis, S. waldorfae (Winterschmidtiidae), Histiostoma ovalis, H. piceae, H. pini, Probonomoia pini, P. sibirica (Histiostomatidae). The following taxa are recorded for the first time: for the Palaearctic—Superioropus huronmontanus (genus and species); for Russia—Pleuronectocelaeno japonica, Trichouropoda karawaiewi, Dendrolaelaps pini, Gamasellodes tatricus, Scutacarus palustris, Tarsonemus typographi, Heterotarsonemus lindquisti, Hemisarcoptes, Saproglyphus waldorfae, Naiadacarus, Schwiebea nesbitti, Histiostoma pini, and H. ovalis. Of them, 60 species were collected by catching beetles with pheromone traps and examining them for phoretic mites. We provide information on the current distribution, host association, and biology of these mites. In this article, we also discuss the following information, which we have documented: our biological observations of mites in the beetles’ galleries, abundance of phoretic mites on hosts, as well as specific sites where they occur. To facilitate morphological diagnostics, common mite species were illustrated using a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), as well as light microscopy. DOI: 10.21684/0132-8077-2018-26-1-3-79
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