New Species: April 2019

by Piter Kehoma Boll

Here is a list of species described this month. It certainly does not include all described species. Most information comes from the journals Mycokeys, Phytokeys, Zookeys, Phytotaxa, Zootaxa, Mycological Progress, Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, PeerJ, Journal of Natural History and PLoS One, as well as several journals restricted to certain taxa.

Bacteria

Archaeans

SARs

Plants

Nasa angeldiazioides is a new flowering plant from Peru. Credits to Henning et al. (2019).*

Excavates

Rossbeevera griseobrunnea is a new basidiomycete from China. Credits to Hosen et al. (2019).

Fungi

Dermea chinensis is a new ascomycete from China. Credits to Jiang & Tian (2019).*

Sponges

Cnidarians

Flatworms

Microstomum schultei is a new flatworm from Italy. Credits to Atherton & Jondelius (2019).*

Rotiferans

Aethozooides uraniae is a new bryozoan from the Mediterranean. Credits to Schwaha et al. (2019).*

Bryozoans

Annelids

Madrella amphora (a-d) and Janolus tricellarioides (e-h) are two new sea slugs from New Guinea and the Philippines, respectively. Credits to Pola et al. (2019).*

Mollusks

Kinorhynchs

Arpocelinus itecrii is a new nematode from Costa Rica. Credits to Peña-Santiago & Varela-Benavides (2019).

Nematodes

Tardigrades

Phintelloides brunne (A-D) and Phintelloides flavoviri (E,F) are new jumping spiders from South Asia. Credits to Kanesharatnam & Benjamin (2019).*

Chelicerates

Cryptocorypha enghoffi is a new millipede from Thailand. Credits to Likhitrakarn et al. (2019).

Myriapods

Vinaphilus unicus is a new centipede from Southeast Asia. Credits to Tran et al. (2019).

Crustaceans

The beetle genus Hexanchorus was increased in four species from Ecuador. Credits to Linský et al. (2019).*

Hexapods

Chondrichthyans

Prognathodes geminus is a new butterflyfish from Palau. Credits to Copus et al. (2019).*

Actinopterygians

Noblella thiuni is a new frog from Peru. Credits to Catenazzi & Ttito (2019).*

Amphibians

Reptiles

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