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- Aceria acroptiloni Shevchenko & Kacalev, 1974; Kacalev et al. 1974: 25–34, figures 1–4.
- Aceria acroptiloni; Amrine & Stasny 1994: 18.
2 females and 1 male (slide number IRAN210), from Rhaponticum repens (L.) Hidalgo (Asteraceae), Ferdowsi University campus, Mashhad, Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran, 36.3000°N, 59.5167°E, elevation 915m, 23-VIII-2010, coll. Samira Sinaie, deposited as slide mounted specimens in the Arthropod/Mite Collection of the Department of Entomology, NJAU, Jiangsu Province, China; 7females and 2 males (slide number 210), from Rhaponticum repens (L.) Hidalgo (Asteraceae), Shirvan, North Khorasan Province, Iran, 37.4500°N, 57.9000°E, elevation 1093m, 4-VI-2010, coll. Hussein Sadeghi, deposited as slides in the Department of Plant Protection, FUM, Iran.
Relation to host
In flowers, flower buds, floral deformation.
Russia, Uzbekistan, Iran.
- Xue, X; Sadeghi, H; Hong, X; Sinaie, S; 2011: Nine eriophyoid mite species from Iran (Acari, Eriophyidae) ZooKeys, 143: 23-45. doi
- Kacalev O, Shevtchenko V, Danilov L (1974) Aceria acroptiloni sp. n. (Acarina, Tetrapodili) prospective phytophage for the biological control of Acroptilon repens (L.) D.C. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 53 (2): 25-34.