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CATALOGUE OF THE ORIBATIDA (ACARI) OF CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND CANADA

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Abstract

The catalogue provides systematic information and collates biological and ecological references on species of the acariform mite suborder Oribatida known from North America. Despite the importance of oribatid mites in decomposition processes, this is the first such synthesis in over 75 years. The catalogue deals with 1177 species and subspecies in 329 genera, representing 108 families and 44 superfamilies. The geographical region covered is roughly the Nearctic Realm, excluding Greenland, Mexico, and oceanic islands. Fossil species are included, but quarantine interceptions are omitted. Also not treated are 16 species, listed in the literature as cosmopolitan or American, but whose occurrence in Canada and continental United States has not been confirmed. The systematic arrangement of higher taxa is compiled from many sources, but primarily expresses a functional compromise between the concepts of Grandjean and Balogh.Numerous taxonomic changes were required for the placement of taxa into a modern classification. Four family-group names are given new status (Nehypochthonioidea, Charassobatoidea, Tectocepheoidea, Achipterioidea) mostly to eliminate known polyphyletic taxa. New generic synonymies include: Acrotritia Jacot, 1923 and Peridromotritia Jacot, 1923 with Rhysotritia Märkel and Meyer, 1959; Alloribates Banks, 1947 with Xylobates Jacot, 1929; and Boreozetes Hammer, 1955 with Neogymnobates Ewing, 1917. Fourteen species names are given new status, 24 others are newly synonymized, and 120 are placed in new combinations. Four recombinations resulted in junior secondary homonyms for which new names are proposed. Thirty-six species names are recognized as being of uncertain status: 20 nomina inquirendae, five nomina nuda, five unavailable names, two unplaced taxa, and four misidentifications.For each species and subspecies treated, pertinent information from 1229 references, selected on a global basis, is arranged into 14 subject categories, depending on availability of data. Direct information is provided on: location of type material, synonymies and combinations used in the literature, additional references to synonymies and combinations not included in the previous section, and distributional records (by provinces in Canada, states in the United States, and geographical realms outside North America). Number-coded literature references serve as a guide to species description, taxonomy, keys, works with numerous references, morphology, biology, food, miscellany (culture, extraction, parasitology, physiology), ecology, and remarks.

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Le catalogue présente des informations sur la systématique du sous-ordre des oribates et rassemble des références sur l'écologie et la biologie des espèces connues en Amérique du Nord. Malgré l'importance des oribates dans les processus de décomposition, il s'agit de la première synthèse présentée sur ces acariens depuis plus de 75 ans. Dans ce catalogue, 1177 espèces et sous-espèces appartenant à 329 genres, représentant 108 familles et 44 superfamilles sont traitées. La région géographique couverte correspond à peu près à la région néarctique, à l'exclusion du Groenland, du Mexique et des îles océaniques. Les espèces fossiles sont incluses, mais non les interceptions des services de quarantaine. Ont également été exclues 16 espèces qualifiées de cosmopolites ou d'américaines dans la littérature, mais dont la présence au Canada et dans la partie continentale des états-Unis n'a pas été confirmée. La classification des taxons supérieurs a été établie à partir de nombreuses sources, mais exprime principalement un compromis fonctionnel entre les concepts de Grandjean et de Balogh.

De nombreux changements taxonomiques ont été nécessaires pour placer les taxons dans une classification moderne. Un nouveau statut a été accordé à quatre noms de groupes-familles (Nehypochthonioidea, Charassobatoidea, Tectocepheoidea, Achipterioidea) surtout pour éliminer les taxons polyphylétiques connus. De nouveaux synonymes de genres ont été reconnus : Acrotritia Jacot, 1923 et Peridromotritia Jacot, 1923 avec Rhysotritia Märkel et Meyer, 1959; Alloribates Banks, 1947 avec Xylobates Jacot, 1929; et Boreozetes Hammer, 1955 avec Neogymnobates Ewing, 1917. Quatorze noms d'espèce se sont vu accorder un nouveau statut, 24 autres ont été établis comme de nouveaux synonymes, et 120 sont placés dans de nouvelles combinaisons. Quatre recombinaisons ont créé des homonymes secondaires récents pour lesquels de nouveaux noms sont proposés. Trente-six noms d'espèces ont un statut incertain : 20 nomina inquirendae, cinq nomina nuda, cinq noms inutilisables, deux taxons non placés et quatre erreurs d'identification.

Pour chaque espèce et sous-espèce traitée, l'information pertinente, tirée de 1229 références du monde entier est présentér sous 14 rubriques, selon la disponibilité des données. On indique l'emplacement du matériel-type, les synonymes et combinaisons employés dans la littérature, les références supplémentaires pour les synonymes et les combinaisons non compris dans la section précédente et les mentions de distribution (par provinces au Canada, états aux états-Unis et régions géographiques à l'extérieur de l'Amérique du Nord). Des références codées numériquement sont données pour la description des espèces, la taxonomie, les clés, les travaux comportant de nombreuses références, la morphologie, la biologie, l'alimentation, les caractéristiques diverses (culture, extraction, parasitologie, physiologie), l'écologie et les remarques.

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