Galumna

Galumna

mites which act as intermediate hosts for Moniezia spp. tapeworms.
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lobata Norte de Region (a, b) Neotropical Galummnidae Jacot, Galumna (G.
minimus Sellnick, 1928** Chamobates cuspidatus 175 + 136 (Michael, 1884) Conchogneta willmanni -- (Dyrdowska, 1929) ** Eupelops acromios 50 + 58 (Hermann, 1804) Euzetes globulus (Nicolet, -- 1855) Fuscozetespseudosetosus -- Shaldybina, 1975 ** Galumna obvia (Berlese, 1914) 125 + 144 Heminothrus thori (Berlese, -- 1904) Hermanniella dolosa -- Grandjean, 1931 Hoplophthiracarus 675 + 456 iliinoisensis (Ewing, 1909) Hypochthonius rufulus Koch, 50 + 58 1835 Lauroppia falcata (Paoli, -- 1908) Malaconothrus monodactylus 525 + 321 (Michael, 1888) Medioppia hygrophila 1425 + 1459 (Mahunka, 1987) ** Metabelba sp.
With the exception of the larger, New Zealand endemic, omnivorous Galumna rugosa, they were short-lived, cosmopolitan species, either fungivorous or herbofungivorous.
manubriata: Galumna flabe llifera orientalis, Scheloribates latipes, S.
Centroamerica willmanni Mahunka, 1983 * (a) Euphthiracaridae Acrotritia Neotropical Jaccot, 1930 peruensis (Argentina) e Hammer, 1961 India Epilohmanniidae Epilohmannia Cuba Oudemans, 1923 sculpturata Balogh & Mahunka, 1980 * Lohmanniidae Lohmannia Paraguay Berlese, 1916 juliae Mahunka, Argentina 1984 Galumnidae Galumna (G.
0,2 -- Oripodidae ** Oripoda punctata Baranek 2,7 T Ceratozetidae ** Porozetes poligonalis Hammer (+) 1,4 TE 2 Galumnidae * Galumna pallida Hammer (+) 0,1 E Carinogalumna clericata Berlese 1,5 E 1
En la presente nota se citan, por primera vez para la Argentina, cuatro especies de acaros oribatidos: Epilohmannia pallida americana Balogh & Mahunka, 1981, Protoribates (Triangius) praeoccupatus (Perez-Inigo & Baggio, 1980), Scheloribates curvialatus Hammer, 1961 y Galumna innexa Perez-Inigo & Baggio, 1986.
Four species of oribatid mites are recorded from Argentina for the first time: Epilohmannia pallida americana Balogh & Mahunka, 1981, Protoribates (Triangius) praeoccupatus (Perez-Inigo & Baggio, 1980), Scheloribates curvialatus Hammer, 1961 and Galumna innexa Perez-Inigo & Baggio, 1986.