Venter (left) and dorsum of Hemipteroseius indicus, from Krantz & Khot (1962).

Belongs within: Phytoseioidea.

The Treatiinae are a group of parasitic bugs found under the hemielytra of various Heteroptera (Lindquist et al. 2009).

<==Treatiinae LKW09
    |--Hemipteroseius Evans 1963 LKW09, FH93
    |    |--*H. womersleyi Evans 1963 T65
    |    `--H. indicus (Krantz & Khot 1962) [=Treatia indica] T65
    |--Nabiseius Chant & Lindiquist 1965 LKW09, FH93
    |    |--N. duplicisetus Chant & Lindquist 1965 FH93
    |    `--N. melinae Halliday 1994 H98
    `--Treatia Krantz & Khot 1962 [incl. Entomoseius Chant 1965] FH93
         |--*T. phytoseioides (Baker & Johnston 1959) KK62, FH93 [=Laelaptonyssus phytoseioides FH93]
         |--T. ageneia (Treat 1965) [=Hemipteroseius ageneius] FH93
         |--T. antillea (Treat 1965) [=Hemipteroseius antilleus] FH93
         |--T. dysderci Evans 1963 FH93
         |--T. parvula (Treat 1965) [=Hemipteroseius parvulus] FH93
         `--T. sabbatica (Treat 1965) [=Hemipteroseius sabbaticus] FH93

*Type species of generic name indicated


[FH93] Farrier, M. H., & M. K. Hennessey. 1993. Soil-inhabiting and free-living Mesostigmata (Acari-Parasitiformes) from North America: an annotated checklist with bibliography and index. North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, North Carolina State University, Technical Bulletin 302: i–xvi, 1–408.

[H98] Halliday, R. B. 1998. Mites of Australia: A checklist and bibliography. CSIRO Publishing: Collingwood.

[KK62] Krantz, G. W., & N. S. Khot. 1962. A review of the family Otopheidomenidae Treat 1955 (Acarina: Mesostigmata). Acarologia 4 (4): 532–542.

[LKW09] Lindquist, E. E., G. W. Krantz & D. E. Walter. 2009. Order Mesostigmata. In: Krantz, G. W., & D. E. Walter (eds) A Manual of Acarology 3rd ed. pp. 124–232. Texas Tech University Press.

[T65] Treat, A. E. 1965. Otopheidomenids from the Antilles and elsewhere. Acarologia 7 (1): 1–16.

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