Three New Species of Hannemania (Acarina, Trombiculidae) from Amphibians of Western Mexico
Hannemania anurae, n. sp. is described from 1 km NE Santa Lucia, Sinaloa, Mexico, type host Syrrhophiis modestus pallidus; other hosts are Hyla arenicolor, Hyla eximia, Rana montezumae, Rana pipiens, Rana pustulosa, Rana sinaloae, and Rana tarahumarae; and also known from Nayarit and Jalisco. Hannemania monticola, n. sp. is from 1.6 km W Buenos Aires, Durango, Mexico, type host Hyla eximia and other hosts are Ambystoma rosaceum and Tomodactylus saxatilis. Hannemania saxicola, n. sp. is from 23.5 km SW Buenos Aires, Durango, Mexico, type host Tomodactylus saxatilis.
Welbourn, W. C. Jr. and Loomis, Richard B.
"Three New Species of Hannemania (Acarina, Trombiculidae) from Amphibians of Western Mexico,"
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