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Notes on oribatids part 15 lamellovertex new genus for scutovertex caelatus acarida oribatei


, : Notes on oribatids part 15 lamellovertex new genus for scutovertex caelatus acarida oribatei. Redia 59: 311-321

S. caelatus is redescribed. Its characters are peculiar to the family Scutovertexidae, thus LAMELLOVERTEX gen. nov. is proposed. Differences between Lamellovertex and other genera of the Scutovertexidae are discussed. Close relation between the new genus and Scutoverticosis Kok is pointed out. Known distribution of type-species L. caelatus comb. nov. includes Desenzano (Lake Garda, Italy), Siena (Italy) the Swiss Alps, especially among moss and lichens.

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