Allogalumna monodactyla

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Sarcoptiformes
Familia: Galumnidae
Genus: Allogalumna

Name

Allogalumna monodactyla Ermilov & Anichkin sp. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

Body size 180–188 × 114–123. Body and legs covered by the microgranular cerotegument. Rostral, lamellar and interlamellar setae minute; lamellar setae little longer. Sensilli with disk-like head, having seven cilia. Anterior notogastral margin not developed. Four pairs of porose areas small, rounded, punctiform. Median pore located in centrodorsal part of notogaster. Postanal porose area absent. Legs monodactylous.

Description

Measurements. Small species. Body length: 188 (holotype), 180, 184 (two paratypes); notogaster width: 123 (holotype), 114, 118 (two paratypes).
Integument. Body color yellowish-brown to brown. Body and legs covered by the microgranular cerotegument. Granules (up to 1) visible only under high magnification. Body surface smooth. Pteromorphs with distinct radiate wrinkles.
Prodorsum. Rostrum widely rounded. Rostral (ro, 2), lamellar (le, 4) and interlamellar (in, 2) setae thin, smooth. Sensilli (ss, 24–28) with short stalk and well-developed disk-like head, having seven cilia (all inserted in one row) of medium size. Exobothridial setae absent. Sublamellar lines (S) distinct, typical for Allogalumna: long, curving backwards. Porose areas Ad not founded.
Notogaster. Anterior notogastral margin not developed. Dorsophragmata absent. Notogastral setae represented by 10 pairs of alveoli. Four pairs of porose areas small, round (Aa, 4–6; A1A3, 4), poorly visible, punctiform, without distinct borders. Alveoli of setae la inserted latero-posteriorly to Aa. Lyrifissures im located between lm and lp. Opisthonotal gland openings not evident. Median pore (mp) present in all specimens, located in centrodorsal part of notogaster between the virtual lines connecting lm and lm, lp and lp.
Gnathosoma. Morphology of subcapitulum, palps and chelicerae typical for most Galumnidae (for example: Ermilov and Anichkin 2010[1], 2011a[2], 2013b[3]; Ermilov et al. 2011[4], 2013a[5]). Subcapitular setae h minute (4), thin, smooth.
Epimeral and lateral podosomal regions. Apodemes (1, 2 sejugal, 3) well visible. Four pairs of epimeral setae observed ventrally; 1a, 3a, 3b, 4a short (4), thin, smooth. Discidia (dis) triangular, circumpedal carinae (cp) distinct.
Anogenital region. Six pairs of genital (g1–g6), one pair of aggenital (ag), two pairs of anal (an1, an2) and three pairs of adanal (ad1–ad3) setae little differs in size, minute (3–4), thin, smooth. Anterior edge of genital plates with two setae. Adanal setae ad3 inserted laterally to adanal lyrifissures iad. Postanal porose area absent.
Legs. Monodactylous; claw of each leg smooth. Morphology of leg segments, setae and solenidia typical for most Galumnidae (for example: Ermilov and Anichkin 2010[1], 2011a[2], 2013b[3]; Ermilov et al. 2010[1], 2011[4]), but solenidion of genua III weakly dilated in medial part. Formulae of leg setation and solenidia: I (1–4–3–4–20) [1–2–2], II (1–4–3–4–15) [1–1–2], III (1–2–1–3–15) [1–1–0], IV (1–2–2–3–12) [0–1–0]; homology of setae and solenidia indicated in Table 1.

Table 1. Leg setation and solenidia of adult Allogalumna monodactyla sp. n. (same data for Galumna (Galumna) paracalcicola sp. n.).
Leg Trochanter Femur Genu Tibia Tarsus
I v d, (l), bv’’ (l), v’, σ (l), (v), φ1, φ2 (ft), (tc), (it), (p), (u), (a), s, (pv), v’, (pl), l’’, e, ω1, ω2
II v d, (l), bv’’ (l), v’, σ (l), (v), φ (ft), (tc), (it), (p), (u), (a), s, (pv), ω1, ω2
III v d, ev l’, σ l’, (v), φ (ft), (tc), (it), (p), (u), (a), s, (pv)
IV v d, ev d, l l’, (v), φ ft’’, (tc), (p), (u), (a), s, (pv)

Type deposition

The holotype is deposited in the collection of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia; one paratype in deposited in the collection of the Siberian Zoological Museum, Novosibirsk, Russia; one paratype is deposited in the collection of the Tyumen State University Museum of Zoology, Tyumen, Russia.

Etymology

The specific name “monodactyla” refers to the monodactylous legs of the new species.

Comparison

Allogalumna monodactyla sp. n. differs from other known species of the genus Allogalumna by the median pore located in centrodorsal part of notogaster (versus in posterior part) and monodactylous legs (versus tridactylous).

Original Description

  • Ermilov, S; Anichkin, A; 2014: Two new species of oribatid mites of the family Galumnidae (Acari, Oribatida) from Vietnam ZooKeys, 382: 53-66. doi

Other References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ermilov S, Anichkin A (2010) Three new species of Galumnidae (Acari: Oribatida) from Cat Tien National Park, southern Vietnam. Zootaxa 2681: 20-34.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ermilov S, Anichkin A (2011a) New oribatid mites of the genera Pergalumna and Galumnella (Acari, Oribatida, Galumnoidea) from Vietnam. Acarina 19(2): 242-251.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Ermilov S, Anichkin A (2013b) Oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) from acacia and pine plantations in southern Vietnam, with description of a new species of the subgenus Galumna (Cosmogalumna). Syst. & Appl. Acarol. 18(1): 80-88. doi: 10.11158/saa.18.1.9
  4. 4.0 4.1 Ermilov S, Sidorchuk E, Rybalov L (2011) Three new species of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida: Galumnoidea) from Ethiopia. Int. J. Acarol. 37 (Suppl. 1): 2–17. doi: 10.1080/01647954.2010.528799
  5. Ermilov S, Anichkin A (2013a) Collection of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) from Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve of Southern Vietnam, with description of three new species. Ann. Zool. 63(2): 177-193. doi: 10.3161/000345413X669513

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