(Demite, Peterson R., Feres, Reinaldo J. F., Lofego, Antonio C. & Oliveira, Anibal R 2009)
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- Amblydromalus manihoti Demite, Peterson R., 2009, Zootaxa 2061: 47-47.
Amblyseius manihoti Moraes in Moraes et al., 1994: 211.
Origin of the specimens examined: Riparian Forest: Bauhinia longifolia (Bong.) Steud. (Caesalpinaceae), VI- 2004 (1), VII- 2004 (1), VIII (1); Miconia sp., III- 2004 (1), IV- 2004 (1); Myrtaceae sp. 4, VII- 2004 (1). Previous records:Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Venezuela. Amblyseius acalyphus Denmark & Muma
Origin of the specimens examined: Riparian Forest: B. longifolia, III- 2004 (4), V- 2004 (1), I- 2005 (5); Byrsonima sp. (Malpighiaceae), XI- 2004 (1); Miconia sp., IV- 2004 (1). Previous records:Brazil.
Remarks: This was the third most abundant phytoseiid species found on plants of the Myrtaceae family in the Cerrado of São Paulo State (Lofego & Moraes 2006). Amblyseius chiapensis DeLeon
Origin of the specimens examined: Cerradão: Lecythes sp. (Lecythidaceae), IV- 2004 (1); Pouteria ramiflora (Mart.) Radlk. (Sapotaceae), VI- 2004 (1); Riparian Forest: B. longifolia, VII- 2004 (1); B. rufa, IX- 2004 (1). Previous records:Argentina (Guanilo et al., 2008 b), Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Peru (Guanilo et al., 2008 a), Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Venezuela.
- Demite, Peterson R.; Feres, Reinaldo J. F.; Lofego, Antonio C.; Oliveira, Anibal R; 2009: Plant inhabiting mites (Acari) from the Cerrado biome of Mato Grosso State, Brazil, Zootaxa 2061: 47-47. doi