Lauroppia

Dorsal view of Lauroppia motasi, from here.


Belongs within: Oppiidae.

Lauroppia is a genus of oppiid oribatid mites recorded from most parts of the world except the Ethiopian and Antarctic regions (Subías 2004).

Characters (from Balogh & Balogh 1992): Prodorsum with lamellar costulae present. Dorsosejugal suture not strongly convex, anterior part of notogaster not penetrating basal part of prodorsum. Notogaster with crista present; setae c2 well developed; humeral processes absent. Genital plates with six pairs of setae.

<==Lauroppia Subías & Mínguez 1986 S04
    |--*L. fallax (Paoli 1908) (see below for synonymy) S04
    |--L. articristata (Aoki 1988) [=Oppiella articristata] S04
    |--L. baetica Arillo & Subías 1996 S04
    |--L. breviseta Vasiliu & Ivan 1999 S04
    |--L. carniolica (Tarman 1958) [=Oppia carniolica] S04
    |--L. commutata (Gordeeva & Grishina 1991) [=Moritziella commutata] S04
    |--L. compositocarinata (Mihelčič 1958) [=Oppia compositocarinata] S04
    |--L. decempectinata (Fujikawa 1986) [=Mahunkella decempectinata] S04
    |--L. dentata (Golosova & Karppinen 1985) [=Oppia dentata] S04
    |--L. denticulata (Grishina 1980) (see below for synonymy) S04
    |--L. distincta (Vasiliu & Calugar 1981) [=Oppiella distincta] S04
    |--L. doris (Pérez-Íñigo 1978) [=Oppia doris] S04
    |--L. editae (Mahunka & Mahunka-Papp 2002) [=Oppiella editae] S04
    |--L. falcata (Paoli 1908) [=Dameosoma falcatum] S04
    |    |--L. f. falcata S04
    |    `--L. f. marginedentata (Strenzke 1951) [=Oppia marginedentata] S04
    |--L. feideri Vasiliu & Ivan 1999 S04
    |--L. getica (Vasiliu & Calugar 1981) [=Oppia getica] S04
    |--L. lebedevi (Rjabinin 1975) [=Oppia lebedevi] S04
    |--L. maritima (Willmann 1928) [=Dameosoma falcatum maritimum] S04
    |    |--L. m. maritima [incl. Oppia fissurata Hammer 1952] S04
    |    |--L. m. acuminata (Strenzke 1951) [=Oppia acuminata] S04
    |    `--L. m. carinthiaca (Mihelčič 1963) [=Oppia carinthiaca] S04
    |--L. motasi Vasiliu & Ivan 1999 S04
    |--L. notabilis (Golosova & Karppinen 1983) [=Oppia notabilis] S04
    |--L. obscura Mahunka & Mahunka-Papp 2000 S04
    |--L. orientalis (Wen & Bu 1988) [=Belloppia orientalis] S04
    |--L. quadrituberculata (Mahunka 1987) [=Hypogeoppia quadrituberculata] S04
    |--L. similifallax Subías & Minguez 1986 S04
    |--L. tenuipectinata Subías & Rodríguez 1988 S04
    |--L. translamellata NB-P09
    `--L. trapezoida (Grishina 1981) [=Oppiella trapezoida] S04

Lauroppia denticulata (Grishina 1980) [=Oppia denticulata non Belba denticulata Canestrini & Canestrini 1882 (not preoc. if in dif. gen.)] S04

*Lauroppia fallax (Paoli 1908) [=Damaeosoma fallax; incl. Oppia aligarhiensis Kardar 1976, Oppiella dubia Hammer 1962] 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.

[NB-P09] Norton, R. A., & V. M. Behan-Pelletier. 2009. Suborder Oribatida. In: Krantz, G. W., & D. E. Walter (eds) A Manual of Acarology 3rd ed. pp. 430–564. Texas Tech University Press.

[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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