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Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genusTrisetacus(Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and host associations

Chetverikov, Philipp E.; Cvrković, Tatjana; Efimov, Peter G.; Klimov, Pavel; Petanović, Radmila; Romanovich, Anna E.; Schubert, Maria A.; Sukhareva, Sogdiana, I; Zukoff, Sarah N.; Amrine, James

(Springer, Dordrecht, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Chetverikov, Philipp E.
AU  - Cvrković, Tatjana
AU  - Efimov, Peter G.
AU  - Klimov, Pavel
AU  - Petanović, Radmila
AU  - Romanovich, Anna E.
AU  - Schubert, Maria A.
AU  - Sukhareva, Sogdiana, I
AU  - Zukoff, Sarah N.
AU  - Amrine, James
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://aspace.agrif.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/5384
AB  - We analyzed the phylogenetic relationships of the genusTrisetacususing two genes [cytochromecoxidase subunit I (COI) and D1-D2 region of 28S rDNA (D1-D2 28S)], a representive taxon sampling (nearly 40% of known diversity), and a large set of close and distant outgroups. Our analyses suggest the presence of a dichotomy betweenTrisetacusassociated with Cupressaceae and Pinaceae. The following smaller molecular clades were found:Pin-1(bud mites, twig sheath mites, bark gall mites, and endoparasitic mites from pinaceans),Pin-2(needle sheath mites from pines),Pin-2a(putative Nearctic group of needle sheath mites),Pin-2b(putative Palearctic group of needle sheath mites),Cup-1and2(bud, cone, seed mites and mites living under bark scales from cupressaceans). The monophyly of the recently proposed subgenusBrevithecusnested within cladeCup-2was confirmed. Ancestral character reconstruction analyses recovered: (1) Pinaceae as the ancestral hosts of Nalepellidae andTrisetacus, (2) repetitive reductions of the spermathecal tube independently occurred in two lineages ofTrisetacusfrom Cupressaceae, and (3) several mite habitats on host (galls, cones, twig sheaths, seeds, inside leaves, and under scales) are evolutionarily derived states, whereas living in buds or needle sheaths are ancestral states forTrisetacuscladesCupandPin. Using confocal microscopy, we identified six basic types of the female internal genitalia ofTrisetacusbased on shapes of the spermatheca and spermathecal tube. These genitalic types are strongly correlated with lineages recovered by molecular phylogenetic analyses, suggesting that the female genital morphology is both evolutionarily conserved and is a factor influencing macroevolutionary patterns in this group of mites.
PB  - Springer, Dordrecht
T2  - Experimental and Applied Acarology
T1  - Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genusTrisetacus(Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and host associations
EP  - 316
IS  - 3
SP  - 287
VL  - 81
DO  - 10.1007/s10493-020-00503-4
UR  - conv_6871
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Chetverikov, Philipp E. and Cvrković, Tatjana and Efimov, Peter G. and Klimov, Pavel and Petanović, Radmila and Romanovich, Anna E. and Schubert, Maria A. and Sukhareva, Sogdiana, I and Zukoff, Sarah N. and Amrine, James",
year = "2020",
abstract = "We analyzed the phylogenetic relationships of the genusTrisetacususing two genes [cytochromecoxidase subunit I (COI) and D1-D2 region of 28S rDNA (D1-D2 28S)], a representive taxon sampling (nearly 40% of known diversity), and a large set of close and distant outgroups. Our analyses suggest the presence of a dichotomy betweenTrisetacusassociated with Cupressaceae and Pinaceae. The following smaller molecular clades were found:Pin-1(bud mites, twig sheath mites, bark gall mites, and endoparasitic mites from pinaceans),Pin-2(needle sheath mites from pines),Pin-2a(putative Nearctic group of needle sheath mites),Pin-2b(putative Palearctic group of needle sheath mites),Cup-1and2(bud, cone, seed mites and mites living under bark scales from cupressaceans). The monophyly of the recently proposed subgenusBrevithecusnested within cladeCup-2was confirmed. Ancestral character reconstruction analyses recovered: (1) Pinaceae as the ancestral hosts of Nalepellidae andTrisetacus, (2) repetitive reductions of the spermathecal tube independently occurred in two lineages ofTrisetacusfrom Cupressaceae, and (3) several mite habitats on host (galls, cones, twig sheaths, seeds, inside leaves, and under scales) are evolutionarily derived states, whereas living in buds or needle sheaths are ancestral states forTrisetacuscladesCupandPin. Using confocal microscopy, we identified six basic types of the female internal genitalia ofTrisetacusbased on shapes of the spermatheca and spermathecal tube. These genitalic types are strongly correlated with lineages recovered by molecular phylogenetic analyses, suggesting that the female genital morphology is both evolutionarily conserved and is a factor influencing macroevolutionary patterns in this group of mites.",
publisher = "Springer, Dordrecht",
journal = "Experimental and Applied Acarology",
title = "Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genusTrisetacus(Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and host associations",
pages = "316-287",
number = "3",
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Chetverikov, P. E., Cvrković, T., Efimov, P. G., Klimov, P., Petanović, R., Romanovich, A. E., Schubert, M. A., Sukhareva, S. I., Zukoff, S. N.,& Amrine, J.. (2020). Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genusTrisetacus(Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and host associations. in Experimental and Applied Acarology
Springer, Dordrecht., 81(3), 287-316.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10493-020-00503-4
conv_6871
Chetverikov PE, Cvrković T, Efimov PG, Klimov P, Petanović R, Romanovich AE, Schubert MA, Sukhareva SI, Zukoff SN, Amrine J. Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genusTrisetacus(Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and host associations. in Experimental and Applied Acarology. 2020;81(3):287-316.
doi:10.1007/s10493-020-00503-4
conv_6871 .
Chetverikov, Philipp E., Cvrković, Tatjana, Efimov, Peter G., Klimov, Pavel, Petanović, Radmila, Romanovich, Anna E., Schubert, Maria A., Sukhareva, Sogdiana, I, Zukoff, Sarah N., Amrine, James, "Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genusTrisetacus(Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and host associations" in Experimental and Applied Acarology, 81, no. 3 (2020):287-316,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10493-020-00503-4 .,
conv_6871 .
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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; Zukoff, Sarah; Amrine, James W., Jr.; Klimov, Pavel

(Systematic & Applied Acarology Soc London, Natural History Museum, London, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Chetverikov, Philipp E.
AU  - Desnitskaya, Eugenia A.
AU  - Efimov, Peter G.
AU  - Bolton, Samuel J.
AU  - Cvrković, Tatjana
AU  - Petanović, Radmila
AU  - Zukoff, Sarah
AU  - Amrine, James W., Jr.
AU  - Klimov, Pavel
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://aspace.agrif.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/5067
AB  - A new vagrant eriophyoid mite species, Setoptus tsugivagus n. 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. tsugivagus n. 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 reticulata Bagnyuk 1987 (GenBank accession number MK124605), Nalepella tsugifoliae Keifer 1953 (MK124606), Setoptus pini Boczek, 1964 (MK124607), and S. tsugivagus n. 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.
PB  - Systematic & Applied Acarology Soc London, Natural History Museum, London
T2  - Systematic and Applied Acarology
T1  - The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae)
EP  - 700
IS  - 4
SP  - 683
VL  - 24
DO  - 10.11158/saa.24.4.13
UR  - conv_6548
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Chetverikov, Philipp E. and Desnitskaya, Eugenia A. and Efimov, Peter G. and Bolton, Samuel J. and Cvrković, Tatjana and Petanović, Radmila and Zukoff, Sarah and Amrine, James W., Jr. and Klimov, Pavel",
year = "2019",
abstract = "A new vagrant eriophyoid mite species, Setoptus tsugivagus n. 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. tsugivagus n. 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 reticulata Bagnyuk 1987 (GenBank accession number MK124605), Nalepella tsugifoliae Keifer 1953 (MK124606), Setoptus pini Boczek, 1964 (MK124607), and S. tsugivagus n. 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.",
publisher = "Systematic & Applied Acarology Soc London, Natural History Museum, London",
journal = "Systematic and Applied Acarology",
title = "The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae)",
pages = "700-683",
number = "4",
volume = "24",
doi = "10.11158/saa.24.4.13",
url = "conv_6548"
}
Chetverikov, P. E., Desnitskaya, E. A., Efimov, P. G., Bolton, S. J., Cvrković, T., Petanović, R., Zukoff, S., Amrine, J. W., Jr.,& Klimov, P.. (2019). The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae). in Systematic and Applied Acarology
Systematic & Applied Acarology Soc London, Natural History Museum, London., 24(4), 683-700.
https://doi.org/10.11158/saa.24.4.13
conv_6548
Chetverikov PE, Desnitskaya EA, Efimov PG, Bolton SJ, Cvrković T, Petanović R, Zukoff S, Amrine JWJ, Klimov P. The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae). in Systematic and Applied Acarology. 2019;24(4):683-700.
doi:10.11158/saa.24.4.13
conv_6548 .
Chetverikov, Philipp E., Desnitskaya, Eugenia A., Efimov, Peter G., Bolton, Samuel J., Cvrković, Tatjana, Petanović, Radmila, Zukoff, Sarah, Amrine, James W., Jr., Klimov, Pavel, "The description and molecular phylogenetic position of a new conifer-associated mite, Setoptus tsugivagus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Nalepellinae)" in Systematic and Applied Acarology, 24, no. 4 (2019):683-700,
https://doi.org/10.11158/saa.24.4.13 .,
conv_6548 .
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Eriocaenus (Acari: Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea), a new genus from Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae): morphological and molecular delimitation of two morphologically similar species

Petanović, Radmila; Amrine, James W., Jr.; Chetverikov, Philipp E.; Cvrković, Tatjana

(Magnolia Press, Auckland, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Petanović, Radmila
AU  - Amrine, James W., Jr.
AU  - Chetverikov, Philipp E.
AU  - Cvrković, Tatjana
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://aspace.agrif.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3759
AB  - Surveys conducted on horsetails, Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae), in Serbia led to the discovery of a new eriophyoid mite genus while searching for a classical biological control agent against these weeds in New Zealand. Eriocaenus gen. n. is described based on the type species Aceria equiseti Farkas, 1960 (transferred to Eriophyes by Farkas 1965; herein reassigned to the new genus) and Eriocaenus ramosissimi n. sp., a new species discovered on Equisetum ramosissimum Desf. in Serbia. Eriocaenus equiseti (Farkas, 1960), previously only known from Hungary, was found in Serbia for the first time on Equisetum arvense L. and Equisetum telmateia Ehrh., and is redescribed. Species descriptions include line drawings as well as phase contrast (PCLM), differential interference contrast (DIC) and scanning electron (SEM) micrographs. The differential diagnosis between the two Eriocaenus species is supplemented by molecular differentiation of 28S rDNA sequences including D2 fragments for both mites.
PB  - Magnolia Press, Auckland
T2  - Zootaxa
T1  - Eriocaenus (Acari: Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea), a new genus from Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae): morphological and molecular delimitation of two morphologically similar species
EP  - 66
IS  - 1
SP  - 51
VL  - 4013
DO  - 10.11646/zootaxa.4013.1.3
UR  - conv_5559
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Petanović, Radmila and Amrine, James W., Jr. and Chetverikov, Philipp E. and Cvrković, Tatjana",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Surveys conducted on horsetails, Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae), in Serbia led to the discovery of a new eriophyoid mite genus while searching for a classical biological control agent against these weeds in New Zealand. Eriocaenus gen. n. is described based on the type species Aceria equiseti Farkas, 1960 (transferred to Eriophyes by Farkas 1965; herein reassigned to the new genus) and Eriocaenus ramosissimi n. sp., a new species discovered on Equisetum ramosissimum Desf. in Serbia. Eriocaenus equiseti (Farkas, 1960), previously only known from Hungary, was found in Serbia for the first time on Equisetum arvense L. and Equisetum telmateia Ehrh., and is redescribed. Species descriptions include line drawings as well as phase contrast (PCLM), differential interference contrast (DIC) and scanning electron (SEM) micrographs. The differential diagnosis between the two Eriocaenus species is supplemented by molecular differentiation of 28S rDNA sequences including D2 fragments for both mites.",
publisher = "Magnolia Press, Auckland",
journal = "Zootaxa",
title = "Eriocaenus (Acari: Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea), a new genus from Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae): morphological and molecular delimitation of two morphologically similar species",
pages = "66-51",
number = "1",
volume = "4013",
doi = "10.11646/zootaxa.4013.1.3",
url = "conv_5559"
}
Petanović, R., Amrine, J. W., Jr., Chetverikov, P. E.,& Cvrković, T.. (2015). Eriocaenus (Acari: Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea), a new genus from Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae): morphological and molecular delimitation of two morphologically similar species. in Zootaxa
Magnolia Press, Auckland., 4013(1), 51-66.
https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4013.1.3
conv_5559
Petanović R, Amrine JWJ, Chetverikov PE, Cvrković T. Eriocaenus (Acari: Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea), a new genus from Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae): morphological and molecular delimitation of two morphologically similar species. in Zootaxa. 2015;4013(1):51-66.
doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4013.1.3
conv_5559 .
Petanović, Radmila, Amrine, James W., Jr., Chetverikov, Philipp E., Cvrković, Tatjana, "Eriocaenus (Acari: Trombidiformes: Eriophyoidea), a new genus from Equisetum spp. (Equisetaceae): morphological and molecular delimitation of two morphologically similar species" in Zootaxa, 4013, no. 1 (2015):51-66,
https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4013.1.3 .,
conv_5559 .
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Collection and detection of eriophyoid mites

Monfreda, R.; Lekveishvili, M.; Petanović, Radmila; Amrine, James W., Jr.

(Springer, Dordrecht, 2010)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Monfreda, R.
AU  - Lekveishvili, M.
AU  - Petanović, Radmila
AU  - Amrine, James W., Jr.
PY  - 2010
UR  - http://aspace.agrif.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2396
AB  - Methods for collecting and detecting eriophyoid mites are crucial components in research, taxonomical and biological studies, and control programs for these organisms. Their small size, their specific host-plant interactions and their hidden life-style make them difficult to find in routine inspections. This review examines successful and unsuccessful approaches for collecting eriophyoid mites, and makes recommendations for their detection, supporting studies in taxonomy, ecology, biology, molecular systematics and population genetics.
PB  - Springer, Dordrecht
T2  - Experimental and Applied Acarology
T1  - Collection and detection of eriophyoid mites
EP  - 282
IS  - 1-3
SP  - 273
VL  - 51
DO  - 10.1007/s10493-009-9315-6
UR  - conv_4569
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Monfreda, R. and Lekveishvili, M. and Petanović, Radmila and Amrine, James W., Jr.",
year = "2010",
abstract = "Methods for collecting and detecting eriophyoid mites are crucial components in research, taxonomical and biological studies, and control programs for these organisms. Their small size, their specific host-plant interactions and their hidden life-style make them difficult to find in routine inspections. This review examines successful and unsuccessful approaches for collecting eriophyoid mites, and makes recommendations for their detection, supporting studies in taxonomy, ecology, biology, molecular systematics and population genetics.",
publisher = "Springer, Dordrecht",
journal = "Experimental and Applied Acarology",
title = "Collection and detection of eriophyoid mites",
pages = "282-273",
number = "1-3",
volume = "51",
doi = "10.1007/s10493-009-9315-6",
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Monfreda, R., Lekveishvili, M., Petanović, R.,& Amrine, J. W., Jr.. (2010). Collection and detection of eriophyoid mites. in Experimental and Applied Acarology
Springer, Dordrecht., 51(1-3), 273-282.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10493-009-9315-6
conv_4569
Monfreda R, Lekveishvili M, Petanović R, Amrine JWJ. Collection and detection of eriophyoid mites. in Experimental and Applied Acarology. 2010;51(1-3):273-282.
doi:10.1007/s10493-009-9315-6
conv_4569 .
Monfreda, R., Lekveishvili, M., Petanović, Radmila, Amrine, James W., Jr., "Collection and detection of eriophyoid mites" in Experimental and Applied Acarology, 51, no. 1-3 (2010):273-282,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10493-009-9315-6 .,
conv_4569 .
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