Flat Mites of the World

Macfarlaniella

Key characters

  • d2, f2 absent (Figs. 1, 2)
  • h2 not elongate
  • rounded body
  • anterior margin of prodorsum smoothly rounded, without notch or projection
  • ventral, genital and anal plates not developed
  • 2 pairs ps setae (Fig. 3)
  • 4 segmented palp, with single solenidion distally (Fig. 4)
  • solenidia on tarsus I-II long (Fig. 5)
  • claws claw-like
  • cuticle striate

Number of species

One - M. queenslandica

Authority

Baker and Pritchard

Distribution

Australia

Hosts

Eucalytpus racemosa (Myrtaceae)

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Fig. 1. Macfarlaniella queenslandica female dorsum (after Baker & Pritchard 1962).

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Fig. 2. Macfarlaniella queenslandica female dorsum (type).

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Fig. 3. Macfarleniella queenslandica female venter (after Baker & Pritchard 1962).

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Fig. 4. Macfarleniella queenslandica female palp tarsus (type).

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Fig. 5. Macfarleniella queenslandica female tarsus I solenidion (type).