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  infraorder Desmonomata

Cohort Brachypylina

    Superfamily Carabodoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Ceratozetoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Cymbaeremaeoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Damaeoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Eremaeoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Galumnoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Gustavioidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Oribatelloidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Oripodoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Phenopelopoidea -- midwestern North America.
    Superfamily Hydrozetoidea -- North America.
    Superfamily Limnozetoidea -- North America.
    Superfamily Tectocepheoidea -- North America.
    Superfamily Ameronothroidea
    Superfamily Achipterioidea
    Superfamily Amerobelboidea
    Superfamily Ameroidea
    Superfamily Cepheoidea
    Superfamily Charassobatoidea
    Superfamily Eremaeozetoidea
    Superfamily Eremelloidea
    Superfamily Hermannielloidea
    Superfamily Licneremaeoidea
    Superfamily Microzetoidea
    Superfamily Neoliodoidea
    Superfamily Oppioidea
    Superfamily Otocepheoidea
    Superfamily Plateremaeoidea
    Superfamily Polypterozetoidea
    Superfamily Trizetoidea
    Superfamily Unduloribatoidea
    Superfamily Zetomotrichoidea
    Superfamily Zetorchestoidea

Taxon Information

The Cohort Brachypylina has been reported (or is assumed) to occur in fresh waters. This taxon has been reported from midwestern states of North America.

(These statements were generated automatically from the WInvertebrates database.)

Literature Records

  • Brachypylina, (Lindquist et al., 2009).

Bibliography

  • Lindquist, E.E., G.W. Krantz & D.E. Walter. 2009. Classification. [in] G.W. Krantz & D.E. Walter(eds.). A Manual of Acarology, 3rd Edition. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock: 97-103.

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