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Observations on Spinturnicidae of occidental paleartic region (Acarina, Mesostigmata) - Specificity, distribution and repartition

Deunff, J.

1976 - Volume: 18 Issue: 4 pages: 602-617


Acari Spinturnicidae Eyndhovenia Paraperiglischrus Spinturnix new species Specificity Distribution Repartition Occidental Paleartic Region


(In French) Observations sur les Spinturnicidae de la region palearctique occidentale (Acarina, Mesostigmata). Specificite, repartition et morphologie. - 1) Presentation of the occidental palearctic fauna observed, with notes on the parasitic specificities. Origin of the studied material. 2) List of the mentioned Spinturnicidae: - Eyndhovenia euryalis: new species for Algeria. - Paraperiglischrus rhinolophinus: new species for Spain. Discovery of this acarine in the stomach of Hipposideros gigas. - Spintiwnix emarginatus: new species for France. - Spintitrnix myoti: new species for Portugal, Spain and Tunisia. Remarks on the different development of this acarine according to the examined host. - Spintiwnix andegavinits n. sp.: description of the new species with morphological, ecological and biological arguments. - Spinturnix mystacinus: study of the peculiar form of the sternal scutum in this species. - Spinturnix plecotimts: study of the relief of sternal scutum. - Spinturnix psi: this species is a specific parasite of Miniopterits schreibersi but the cohabltation of the host with other bats a!lows to a dissemination of the acarine. Description of the intercoxal shield of the male.

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