The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae)

Philipp E. Chetverikov, Eugenia A. Desnitskaya, Peter G. Efimov, Samuel J. Bolton, Tatjana Cvrković, Radmila U. Petanović, Sarah Zukoff, James W. Amrine, Pavel Klimov

Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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A new vagrant eriophyoid mite species, Setoptus tsugivagusn. sp. Chetverikov (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae, Nalepellini), is described from the needles of the western hemlock, Tsuga heterophylla (Rafinesque) Sargent (Pinaceae) in Vancouver, Canada. The new species can be distinguished from all other members of Setoptus by a distinct pattern of several short longitudinal ridges on the posterior half of the prodorsal shield. Elements of the anal secretory apparatus (ASA) were observed in adults of S. tsugivagusn. sp., suggesting that the ASA is present in both major phylogenetic lineages of Eriophyoidea (Eriophyidae s. l. and Phytoptidae s. l.). Therefore, this structure could be a synapomorphy for all Eriophyoidea. We briefly discuss the function and morphological variety of the ASA in Eriophyoidea. D2 28S rDNA sequences of four nalepelline species were obtained: Boczekella reticulataBagnyuk 1987 (GenBank accession number MK124605), Nalepella tsugifoliaeKeifer 1953 (MK124606), Setoptus piniBoczek, 1964 (MK124607), and S. tsugivagusn. sp. (MK124608). Molecular phylogenetic analyses of D2 28S rDNA sequences of the mites of the subfamily Nalepellinae confirmed monophyly of the tribe Nalepellini and retrieved Setoptus and Nalepella as polyphyletic. Additionally, our data indicate that 28S rDNA sequence KF782472.1, previously reported to be Trisetacus ehmanni Keifer 1963 by Li et al. (2014), belongs to another species of the genus Trisetacus, possibly T. quadrisetus (Thomas), and the sequence KF782471.1, previously reported to be Trisetacus sp., might belong to T. juniperinus (Nalepa). We also discuss the systematics of nalepellines and their host association with conifers.

Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)683-700
Число страниц18
ЖурналSystematic and Applied Acarology
Том24
Номер выпуска4
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 1 апр 2019

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Trisetacus
mite
conifers
coniferous tree
mites
phylogenetics
phylogeny
Eriophyidae
Tsuga heterophylla
Pinaceae
monophyly
shield
Canada
new species
taxonomy

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Chetverikov, Philipp E. ; Desnitskaya, Eugenia A. ; Efimov, Peter G. ; Bolton, Samuel J. ; Cvrković, Tatjana ; Petanović, Radmila U. ; Zukoff, Sarah ; Amrine, James W. ; Klimov, Pavel. / The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae). В: Systematic and Applied Acarology. 2019 ; Том 24, № 4. стр. 683-700.
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The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae). / Chetverikov, Philipp E.; Desnitskaya, Eugenia A.; Efimov, Peter G.; Bolton, Samuel J.; Cvrković, Tatjana; Petanović, Radmila U.; Zukoff, Sarah; Amrine, James W.; Klimov, Pavel.

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Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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