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On a collection of oribatid mites from Bali, Indonesia (Acari: Cryptostigmata)

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84 species of oribatids from Bali, Indonesia are recorded here, of which 78 for the first time. 18 new species are described: Trhypochthoniellus ramosus, Micretegaeus rimosus, Gihhicepheus latohumeralis, Eremulus baliensis, E. bella, Discosuctobelba reticulata, Flagrosuctobelba sinuaia, Suctobelbella magnodentata, S. baliensis, S. armata, S. semidentata, Machadobelba foliata. Striatoppia quadrilineata, Oppia minutisetosa, O. baliensis, Scapheremaeus semiconvexus, Micreremaeus subnitidus, Hypozetes aviger. 59 of the species already known are recorded from Java, the remaining seven speciea are widely distributed. The Bali specimens of four already known species differ from the original description; the differences are given here.

Affiliations: 1: Langstrupsvej 1, Roland, 3480 Fredensborg, Denmark


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