Matthew J. Colloff

Matthew J. Colloff (fl. 2015), Australian acarologist.

  • CSIRO Land and Water, GPO Box 1700, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia.

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  • Colloff, M.J. 2015: The Crotonia fauna of New Zealand revisited (Acari: Oribatida): taxonomy, phylogeny, ecological distribution and biogeography. Zootaxa 3947(1): 1–29. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3947.1.1. Preview (PDF) Reference page
  • Colloff, M.J. 2011: A new genus of oribatid mite, Spineremaeus gen. nov. and three new species of Scapheremaeus (Acari: Oribatida: Cymbaeremaeidae) from Norfolk Island, South-west Pacific, and their biogeographical affinities. Zootaxa, 2828: 19–37. Preview
  • Colloff, M.J. 2010: New species of Crotonia (Acari: Oribatida: Crotoniidae) from Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands: further evidence of long-distance dispersal events in the biogeography of a genus of Gondwanan relict oribatid mites. Zootaxa, 2650: 1–18. Preview
  • Colloff, M.J. 2010: The Gondwanan relict oribatid genus Crotonia (Acari: Oribatida: Crotoniidae) from rainforests in Queensland and Northern New South Wales: new species show a mixed pattern of short-range and long-range endemism. Zootaxa, 2649: 1–51. Preview
  • Colloff, M.J.; Perdomo, G. 2009: New species of Crotonia (Acari: Oribatida: Camisiidae) from Nothofagus and Eucalyptus forests in Victoria, Australia, with a redescription of the fossil species Crotonia ramus (Womersley, 1957). Zootaxa, 2217: 1–36. Abstract & excerpt
  • Colloff, M.J. 2009: Species-group concepts and biogeography of the genus Crotonia (Acari: Oribatida: Crotoniidae), with new species from South and Central America. Zootaxa, 2081: 1–30. Abstract & excerpt
  • Colloff, M.J. 2009: Comparative morphology and species-groups of the oribatid mite genus Scapheremaeus (Acari: Oribatida: Cymbaeremaeidae), with new species from South Australia. Zootaxa 2213: 1–46. Abstract & excerpt Reference page
  • Colloff, M.J. 2009a: New species of Crotonia (Acari: Oribatida) from Tasmania rainforest, and the habitat preferences of Crotoniidae. Zootaxa 2027: 43–54. Abstract & excerpt Reference page
  • Colloff, M.J.; Cameron, S.L. 2009: A revision of the oribatid mite genus Austronothrus Hammer (Acari: Oribatida): sexual dimorphism and a re-evaluation of the phylogenetic relationships of the family Crotoniidae. Invertebrate systematics 23(2): 87–110. DOI: 10.1071/IS08032 Reference page
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