Onchocercidae

Onchocerca volvulus, from here.


Belongs within: Spiruromorpha.

The Onchocercidae are a group of parasitic nematodes whose life cycles alternate between insect and tetrapod hosts. The early larval stages lack spines and accumulate in host tissues, and the adults have a smooth and rounded head.

<==Onchocercidae
    |--Litomosoides L07
    |    |--L. oxymycteri L07
    |    `--L. sigmodontis PB07 [incl. L. carinii J02]
    `--Onchocerca PB07
         |--O. armillata G02
         |--O. cervicalis B02
         |--O. gutturosa B02
         |--O. lienalis L02
         |--O. ochengi B02
         `--O. volvulus PB07

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[B02] Behm, C. A. 2002. Metabolism. In: Lee, D. L. (ed.) The Biology of Nematodes pp. 261–290. Taylor & Francis: Florence (Kentucky).

[G02] Gibbons, L. M. 2002. General organisation. In: Lee, D. L. (ed.) The Biology of Nematodes pp. 31–59. Taylor & Francis: Florence (Kentucky).

[J02] Justine, J.-L. 2002. Male and female gametes and fertilisation. In: Lee, D. L. (ed.) The Biology of Nematodes pp. 73–119. Taylor & Francis: Florence (Kentucky).

[L07] Lareschi, M. 2007. Seasonal occurrence of ectoparasites associated with the water rat Scapteromys aquaticus (Muridae, Sigmodontinae) from Punta Lara, Argentina. In: Morales-Malacara, J. B., V. M. Behan-Pelletier, E. Ueckermann, T. M. Pérez, E. G. Estrada-Venegas & M. Badii (eds) Acarology XI: Proceedings of the International Congres, pp. 233–240. Instituto de Biología and Faculdad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Sociedad Latinoamericana de Acarología: México.

[L02] Lee, D. L. 2002. Cuticle, moulting and exsheathment. In: Lee, D. L. (ed.) The Biology of Nematodes pp. 171–209. Taylor & Francis: Florence (Kentucky).

[PB07] Philippe, H., H. Brinkmann, P. Martinez, M. Riutort & J. Baguña. 2007. Acoel flatworms are not Platyhelminthes: evidence from phylogenomics. PloS One 2 (8): e717.

Scapteromyini

Ihering's hocicudo Brucepattersonius iheringi, copyright Paulo Ricardo de Oliveira Roth.


Belongs within: Sigmodontinae.

The Scapteromyini are a group of fossorial and semi-aquatic mice found in central South America. The group has been recognised to include the genera Scapteromys, Kunsia and Bibimys but its monophyly has been questioned.

Scapteromyini N10
    |--+--Scapteromys FS15
    |  |    |--S. aquaticus L07
    |  |    `--S. tumidus (Waterhouse 1837) L07
    |  `--Kunsia FS15
    |       |--K. fronto IT07
    |       `--K. tomentosus IT07
    `--+--Bibimys FS15
       |    |--B. labiosus (Winge 1887) FS15, N10 [=Scapteromys labiosus N10]
       |    `--+--B. chacoensis FS15
       |       `--B. torresi FS15
       `--+--Lenoxus apicalis FS15
          `--+--Blarinomys breviceps FS15
             `--Brucepattersonius FS15
                  |--B. albinasus FS15
                  |--B. griserufescens FS15
                  |--B. guarani FS15
                  |--B. igniventris FS15
                  |--B. iheringi FS15
                  |--B. misionensis FS15
                  |--B. paradisus FS15
                  `--B. soricinus FS15

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[FS15] Faurby, S., & J.-C. Svenning. 2015. A species-level phylogeny of all extant and late Quaternary extinct mammals using a novel heuristic-hierarchical Bayesian approach. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 84: 14–26.

[IT07] Isaac, N. J. B., S. T. Turvey, B. Collen, C. Waterman & J. E. M. Baillie. 2007. Mammals on the EDGE: conservation priorities based on threat and phylogeny. PloS One 2 (3): e296.

[L07] Lareschi, M. 2007. Seasonal occurrence of ectoparasites associated with the water rat Scapteromys aquaticus (Muridae, Sigmodontinae) from Punta Lara, Argentina. In: Morales-Malacara, J. B., V. M. Behan-Pelletier, E. Ueckermann, T. M. Pérez, E. G. Estrada-Venegas & M. Badii (eds) Acarology XI: Proceedings of the International Congress pp. 233–240. Instituto de Biología and Faculdad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Sociedad Latinoamericana de Acarología: México.

[N10] Naish, D. 2010. Tetrapod Zoology: Book One. CFZ Press: Bideford (UK).

Celmisia subsection Imbricatae

White cushion mountain daisy Celmisia sessiliflora, copyright Leon Perrie.


Belongs within: Celmisia.

The subsection Imbricatae of the genus Celmisia is a group of New Zealand mountain daisies that grow as subshrubs with their leaves not concentrated in clusters (Allan 1961).

Characters (from Allan 1961): Subshrubs with hard woody stems and branches; leaves imbricate along branches, living leaves not concentrated in rosulate clusters at tips of branches, sheaths long-persistent; disk-florets yellow.

Celmisia subsect. Imbricatae Allan 1961 A61
    |--C. ser. Robustae Allan 1961 non Pedicularis ser. Robustae Prain 1890 A61
    |    |--C. (sect. *Lignosae subsect. *I. ser. *R.) ramulosa Hooker 1867 A61
    |    |    |--C. r. var. ramulosa A61
    |    |    `--C. r. var. tuberculata Simpson & Thomson 1942 A61
    |    |--C. brevifolia Cockayne ex Cheeseman 1925 A61
    |    |--C. gibbsii Cheeseman 1906 A61
    |    |--C. lateralis Buchan. 1872 A61
    |    |    |--C. l. var. lateralis A61
    |    |    `--C. l. var. villosa Cheeseman 1906 A61
    |    |--C. rupestris Cheeseman 1884 A61
    |    `--C. walkeri Kirk 1877 A61
    `--C. ser. Nanae Allan 1961 A61
         |--C. (ser. *N.) laricifolia Hooker 1855 A61
         |--C. argentea Kirk 1899 [incl. C. sessiliflora var. minor Petrie 1883] A61
         |--C. clavata Simpson & Thomson 1942 (n. d.) A61
         `--C. sessiliflora Hooker 1864 (see below for synonymy) A61

Celmisia sessiliflora Hooker 1864 [incl. C. sessiliflora var. ambigua Simpson 1945 (n. n.), C. sessiliflora var. pedunculata Kirk 1899] A61

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[A61] Allan, H. H. 1961. Flora of New Zealand vol. 1. Indigenous Tracheophyta: Psilopsida, Lycopsida, Filicopsida, Gymnospermae, Dicotyledones. R. E. Owen, Government Printer: Wellington (New Zealand).

Ericameria

Grey rabbitbush Chrysothamnus nauseosus, copyright Walter Siegmund.


Belongs within: Astereae.

Ericameria is a genus of shrubby composite plants found in western North America.

Characters (from Roberts & Urbatsch 2003): Habit shrubby; leaves resin-coated, filiform to laminar; captulescences usually corymbiform; phyllaries multiseriate, imbricate, with evident costae; ray corollas, when present, usually small; pappus uniseriate, composed of barbellate bristles.

<==Ericameria
    |  i. s.: E. albida [=Chrysothamnus albidus] RU03
    |--E. sect. Ericameria [=Haplopappus sect. Ericameria] RU03
    |    |--E. arborescens RU03 [=Haplopappus arborescens H93]
    |    |--E. brachylepis RU03 [incl. Haplopappus propinquus H93]
    |    |--E. cooperi RU03 [=Haplopappus cooperi H93]
    |    |--E. cuneata RU03 [=Haplopappus cuneatus H93
    |    |    |--E. c. var. cuneata H93
    |    |    |--E. c. var. macrocephala H93
    |    |    `--E. c. var. spathulata [=Haplopappus cuneatus var. spathulatus] H93
    |    |--E. ericoides RU03 [=Haplopappus ericoides H93; incl. E. ericoides ssp. blakei H93]
    |    |--E. fasciculata RU03 [incl. Haplopappus eastwoodiae H93]
    |    |--E. juarezensis RU03
    |    |--E. laricifolia RU03 [=Haplopappus laricifolius H93]
    |    |--E. martirensis RU03
    |    |--E. palmeri RU03 [=Haplopappus palmeri H93]
    |    |    |--E. p. var. palmeri H93
    |    |    `--E. p. var. pachylepis [=Haplopappus palmeri var. pachylepis] H93
    |    |--E. paniculata [=Chrysothamnus paniculatus] RU03
    |    |--E. parishii RU03 [=Haplopappus parishii H93, E. arborescens ssp. parishii H93]
    |    |    |--E. p. var. parishii H93
    |    |    `--E. p. var. peninsularis H93
    |    |--E. pinifolia RU03 [=Haplopappus pinifolius H93]
    |    `--E. teretifolia [=Chrysothamnus teretifolius] RU03
    |--E. sect. Asiris [=Haplopappus sect. Asiris] RU03
    |    |--E. cervina RU03
    |    |--E. nana RU03 [=Haplopappus nanus H93]
    |    |--E. obovata RU03
    |    |--E. resinosa RU03
    |    `--E. watsonii [=Macronema watsonii] RU03
    |--E. sect. Macronema [=Haplopappus sect. Macronema] RU03
    |    |--E. bloomeri RU03 [=Haplopappus bloomeri H93]
    |    |--E. × bolanderi [E. discoidea × E. nauseosa] RU03
    |    |--E. compacta RU03
    |    |--E. crispa RU03
    |    |--E. discoidea [=Haplopappus macronema] RU03
    |    |    |--E. d. var. discoidea RU03
    |    |    `--E. d. var. linearis RU03
    |    |--E. gilmanii RU03 [=Haplopappus gilmanii H93]
    |    |--E. greenei RU03 [=Haplopappus greenei H93]
    |    |--E. lignumviridis RU03
    |    |--E. nauseosa [=Chrysothamnus nauseosus] RU03
    |    |    |--E. n. ssp. nauseosa RU03
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. albicaulis [incl. C. californicus, C. nauseosus var. macrophyllus] H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. bernardinus H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. ceruminosus H93
    |    |    |--E. n. ssp. consimilis RU03 (see below for synonymy)
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. hololeucus [incl. C. nauseosus ssp. gnaphalodes] H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. leiospermus H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. mohavensis H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. × viscosus [C. nauseosus ssp. hololeucus × Ericameria cuneata] H93
    |    |    `--‘Chrysothamnus nauseosus’ ssp. washoensis H93
    |    |--E. ophitidis RU03 [=Haplopappus ophitidis H93]
    |    |--E. parryi [=Chrysothamnus parryi] RU03
    |    |    |--E. p. ssp. parryi H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. × bolanderi [C. nauseosus ssp. albicaulis × Ericameria discoidea] H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. asper H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. imulus H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. latior H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. monocephalus H93
    |    |    |--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. nevadensis H93
    |    |    `--‘Chrysothamnus’ p. ssp. vulcanicus H93
    |    |--E. suffruticosa RU03 [=Haplopappus suffruticosus H93]
    |    `--E. zionis RU03
    `--E. (sect. Stenotopsis) linearifolia [=Haplopappus linearifolius] RU03

Ericameria nauseosa ssp. consimilis RU03 [=Chrysothamnus nauseosus ssp. consimilis H93; incl. C. nauseosus ssp. viridulus H93]

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[H93] Hickman, J. C. (ed.) 1993. The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California. University of California Press: Berkeley (California).

[RU03] Roberts, R. P., & L. E. Urbatsch. 2003. Molecular phylogeny of Ericameria (Asteraceae, Astereae) based on nuclear ribosomal 3´ ETS and ITS sequence data. Taxon 52: 209–228.

Celmisia subsection Rosulatae

Woolly mountain daisy Celmisia incana, copyright Nuytsia@Tas.


Belongs within: Celmisia.

The subsection Rosulatae of the genus Celmisia is a group of New Zealand mountain daisies that grow as subshrubs with leaves concentrated in clusters at the tips of the branches (Allan 1961).

Characters (from Allan 1961): Subshrubs with hard woody stems and branches; leaves imbricate along branches, living leaves concentrated in rosulate clusters at tips of branches, sheaths long-persistent; disk-florets yellow.

Celmisia subsect. Rosulatae Allan 1961 A61
    |--C. ser. Discoloratae Allan 1961 A61
    |    |--C. (subsect. *R. ser. *D.) discolor Hooker 1853 A61
    |    |    |--C. d. var. discolor A61
    |    |    |--C. d. var. ampla Allan 1961 A61
    |    |    `--C. d. var. intermedia (Petrie) Allan 1961 [=C. intermedia Petrie 1913] A61
    |    |--C. angustifolia Cockayne 1915 A61
    |    |--C. bonplandii (Buchan.) Allan 1961 [=Erigeron bonplandii Buchan. 1887] A61
    |    |--C. cockayniana Petrie 1912 A61
    |    |--C. du-rietzii Cockayne & Allan ex Martin 1936 A61
    |    |--C. haastii Hooker 1864 A61
    |    |    |--C. h. var. haastii A61
    |    |    `--C. h. var. tomentosa Simpson & Thomson 1942 A61
    |    |--C. hectori Hooker 1864 A61
    |    |--C. incana Hooker 1853 (see below for synonymy) A61
    |    |--C. lindsayi Hooker 1864 A61
    |    `--C. × poppelwellii Petrie 1915 [C. haastii × C. hectori] A61
    |--C. ser. Glabratae Allan 1961 A61
    |    `--C. (ser. *G.) sinclairii Hooker 1864 A61
    |--C. ser. Lanatae Allan 1961 A61
    |    |--C. (ser. *L.) allanii Martin 1935 [incl. C. allanii var. canescens Martin 1935] A61
    |    `--C. macmahonii Kirk 1895 A61
    |         |--C. m. var. macmahonii A61
    |         `--C. m. var. hadfieldii Martin in Allan 1961 A61
    `--C. ser. Viscosae Allan 1961 A61
         `--C. (ser. *V.) viscosa Hooker 1864 A61

Celmisia incana Hooker 1853 [incl. C. incana var. nivalis Martin 1935, C. incana var. petiolata Kirk 1899 non C. petiolata Hooker 1864, C. robusta Buchan. 1887] A61

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[A61] Allan, H. H. 1961. Flora of New Zealand vol. 1. Indigenous Tracheophyta: Psilopsida, Lycopsida, Filicopsida, Gymnospermae, Dicotyledones. R. E. Owen, Government Printer: Wellington (New Zealand).

Cotula

Brass buttons Cotula coronopifolia, copyright Franco Folini.


Belongs within: Anthemideae.

Cotula, buttonweeds, is a mostly Southern Hemisphere genus of composite herbs bearing solitary flower heads that usually lack ray florets on terminal peduncles.

Characters (from Black & Robertson 1965): Small herbs with alternate leaves; heads small, with all flowers of equal length, solitary on rather long terminal peduncles. Involucre hemispherical, bracts nearly equal with scarious margins, in about two rows; receptacle naked; outer flowers female or bisexual, fertile, usually without corollas; disk-flowers numerous, tubular, four-toothed, bisexual and sterile or fertile; achenes very small (rarely over one millimetre long), more or less compressed, smooth or almost so; pappus absent.

<==Cotula Linnaeus 1753 A61
    |  i. s.: C. bipinnata BR65
    |         C. cotuloides GK00
    |         C. filifolia BR65
    |         C. hemisphaerica VB02
    |         C. monticola Simpson 1952 (n. d.) A61
    |         C. reptans BR65
    |         C. scariosa D03
    |         C. turbinata GK00
    |         C. vulgaris Levyns 1941 [incl. C. filifolia var. decumbens] BR65
    |--C. (subg. Cotula) coronopifolia Linnaeus 1753 A61 (see below for synonymy)
    `--C. (subg. Strongylosperma) australis (Sieb. ex Spreng.) Hooker 1853 (see below for synonymy) A61

Cotula australis (Sieb. ex Spreng.) Hooker 1853 [=Anacyclus australis Sieb. ex Spreng. 1826, Strongylosperma australe Less. 1832; incl. Cotula venosa Colenso 1891] A61

Cotula coronopifolia Linnaeus 1753 A61 [incl. C. integrifolia Hooker 1856 A61, C. coronopifolia var. integrifolia C06]

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[A61] Allan, H. H. 1961. Flora of New Zealand vol. 1. Indigenous Tracheophyta: Psilopsida, Lycopsida, Filicopsida, Gymnospermae, Dicotyledones. R. E. Owen, Government Printer: Wellington (New Zealand).

[BR65] Black, J. M., & E. L. Robertson. 1965. Flora of South Australia. Part IV. Oleaceae–Compositae. W. L. Hawes, Government Printer: Adelaide.

[C06] Cheeseman, T. F. 1906. Manual of the New Zealand Flora. John Mackay, Government Printer: Wellington.

[D03] Dusén, P. 1903. The vegetation of western Patagonia. In: Scott, W. B. (ed.) Reports of the Princeton University Expeditions to Patagonia, 1896–1899 vol. 8. Botany pp. 1–34. The University: Princeton (New Jersey).

[GK00] Gibson, N., & G. J. Keighery. 2000. Flora and vegetation of the Byenup-Muir reserve system, south-west Western Australia. CALMScience 3 (3): 323–402.

[VB02] Vijay, S. K., & T. N. Bhardwaja. 2002. Vegetation and phenodynamics of wetlands of central Rajasthan. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 99 (3): 573–581.

Nothridae

Nothrus silvestris, copyright R. Penttinen.


Belongs within: Desmonomata.

The Nothridae are a cosmopolitan group of oribatid mites found feeding on decaying plant matter and fungi. Members of the largest genus in the family, Nothrus, are parthenogenetic but the smaller genera Trichonothrus and Novonothrus are sexual (Norton & Behan-Pelletier 2009).

Characters (from Norton & Behan-Pelletier 2009): Integument distinctly foveolate; rostrum with short medial incision; bothridial seta setiform, longer than seta in; bothridium basally with many saccules or short brachytracheae; epimere II with 3 or more pairs of setae; 9 pairs of genital setae, 1 posterior pair far from medial edge of plate.

<==Nothridae [Nothroidea] S04
    |--Trichonothrus Mahunka 1986 S04
    |    `--*T. austroafricanus Mahunka 1986 S04
    |--Novonothrus Hammer 1966 S04
    |    |--*N. flagellatus Hammer 1966 S04
    |    |--N. covarrubiasi Casanueva & Norton 1997 S04
    |    |--N. kethleyi Casanueva & Norton 1998 S04
    |    |--N. papuensis Hammer 1966 S04
    |    `--N. puyehue Casanueva & Norton 1997 S04
    `--Nothrus Koch 1836 [=Angelia Berlese 1885; incl. Gymnonothrus Ewing 1917, Vigilomicrozetes Tseng 1982] S04
         |--*N. palustris Koch 1839 S04 [=*Angelia palustris CH98]
         |    |--N. p. palustris [incl. N. pallens Koch 1844] S04
         |    |--N. p. azorensis Pérez-Íñigo 1987 S04
         |    `--N. p. bipilis Banks 1895 S04
         |--N. akitaensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. anauniensis Canestrini & Fanzago 1876 S04 (see below for synonymy)
         |--N. angolensis Balogh 1958 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. ashoroensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. asiaticus Aoki & Ohnishi 1974 [=N. palustris asiaticus] S04
         |--N. basilewskyi Balogh 1958 S04
         |--N. becki Balogh & Mahunka 1981 S04
         |--N. biciliatus Koch 1841 (n. d.) S04 [=Camisia biciliatus CH98]
         |--N. bicolor Koch 1844 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. bispinosus Koch 1839 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. borussicus Sellnick 1928 S04
         |    |--N. b. borussicus S04
         |    `--N. b. neonominatus Subías 2004 (see below for synonymy) S04
         |--N. brasilensis Pérez-Íñigo & Baggio 1988 S04
         |--N. brevirostris (Ewing 1910) [=Notaspis brevirostris] S04
         |--N. coniferus Gordeeva & Karppinen 1984 S04
         |--N. corticalis Karpelles 1893 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. crassisetus Mahunka 1982 S04
         |--N. crinitus (Berlese 1916) (see below for synonymy) S04
         |--N. discifer Hammer 1961 S04
         |--N. espinarensis Beck 1962 S04
         |--N. ezoensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. flagellum Csiszár 1961 S04
         |--N. gracilis Hammer 1961 S04
         |--N. hatanoensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. hauseri Mahunka 1974 S04
         |--N. horridus S22
         |--N. ishikariensis Fujikawa 199 S04
         |--N. jaliscoensis Palacios-Vargas & Iglesias 1997 S04
         |--N. leleupi Balogh 1958 S04
         |--N. longipilus (Berlese 1910) [=Angelia anaueniensis longipilus] S04
         |--N. lucunosus Sergienko & Melamud 1993 S04
         |--N. lugubris Canestrini 1898 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. macedi Beck 1962 S04
         |--N. madagascarensis Mahunka 2000 S04
         |--N. magnus Palacios-Vargas & Iglesias 1997 S04
         |--N. meakanensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. minimus Koch 1844 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. mirabilis Sergienko & Melamud 1993 S04
         |--N. monodactylus (Berlese 1910) (see below for synonymy) S04
         |--N. monticola Hammer 1961 S04
         |--N. mystax Mahunka 1986 S04
         |--N. oblongus Hammer 1961 S04
         |--N. obsoletus (Koch 1841) (n. d.) [=Celaeno obsoletus] S04
         |--N. oceanicus Sellnick 1959 S04
         |--N. ovivorus Packard 1868 (n. d.) [incl. Oribata aspidioti Ashmead 1879] S04
         |--N. parvus Sitnikova 1975 S04
         |--N. perezinigoi Mahunka 1980 S04
         |--N. peruensis Hammer 1961 S04
         |--N. pileiformis Karpelles 1884 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. posticus Koch 1839 (n. d.) S04
         |--N. praeoccupatus Subías 2004 (see below for synonymy) S04
         |--N. pratensis Sellnick 1928 S04
         |--N. pulchellus (Berlese 1910) [=Angelia pulchella] S04
         |--N. pumilatus Golosova & Karppinen 1985 S04
         |--N. quadripilus Ewing 1909 S04
         |--N. reticulatus Sitnikova 1975 S04
         |--N. reunionensis Mahunka 1978 S04
         |--N. sadoensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. senegalensis Mahunka 1992 S04
         |--N. septatus Golosova & Karppinen 1985 S04
         |--N. seychellensis Warburton 1912 [incl. N. scotti Warburton 1912] S04
         |--N. silvestris Nicolet 1855 ME09 [=*Gymnonothrus sylvestris CH98]
         |    |--N. s. silvestris S04
         |    |--N. s. bistilus Jacot 1937 S04
         |    `--N. s. exilior Jaoct 1937 S04
         |--N. silvicus Jacot 1937 [=N. truncatus silvicus] S04
         |--N. springsmythi Sheals 1965 S04
         |--N. suramericanus Hammer 1958 S04
         |--N. taisetsuensis Fujikawa 1999 S04
         |--N. truncatus Banks 1895 S04
         |    |--N. t. truncatus S04
         |    `--N. t. robustus Jacot 1937 S04
         `--N. willmanni Mahunka 1983 S04

Nothrus anauniensis Canestrini & Fanzago 1876 S04 [=N. silvestris anauniensis B-PE07; incl. N. pseudoborussicus Mahunka 1978 S04]

Nothrus borussicus neonominatus Subías 2004 [=N. b. longipilus Mihelčič 1959 non Angelia anauniensis longipilus Berlese 1910] S04

Nothrus crinitus (Berlese 1916) non Warburton & Pearce 1905 (not preoc. if in dif. gen.) [=Angelia pulchella var. crinita] S04

Nothrus monodactylus (Berlese 1910) [=Angelia anauniensis monodactyla non Nothrus monodactylus Michael 1888 (not preoc. if in dif. gen.); incl. N. terminalis carolinae Jaoct 1937, N. terminalis Banks 1910] S04

Nothrus praeoccupatus
Subías 2004 [=Vigilomicrozetes pulchellus Tseng 1982 non Angelia pulchella Berlese 1910] S04

*Type species of generic name indicated

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[S22] Schweizer, J. 1922. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der terrestrischen Milbenfauna der Schweiz. Verhandl. Naturf. Ges. Basel 33: 23–112, 4 pls.

[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.