In the paper, we present ptyctimous mite species collected from Norway, Spain, France, Italy, India, and South Korea. Two new species, Acrotritia quasiparadikra Niedbała sp. nov. from India and Phthiracarus paralentulus Niedbała sp. nov. from South Korea are described. In addition, we provide the supplementary descriptions of ten species belonging to six genera, i.e., Austrotritia dentata Aoki, 1980, Acrotritia furcata Bayoumi et Mahunka, 1979, A. koreensis (Mahunka, 1997), Microtritia minima (Berlese, 1904), Phthiracarus clemens Aoki, 1980, P. crenophilus Willmann, 1951, P. similis Niedbała, 1981, Steganacarus (Steganacarus) carusoi Bernini et Avanzati, 1989, S. (S.) doumandji Niedbała, 1986, and Austrophthiracarus maritimus (Pérez-Íñigo et Pérez-Íñigo, 1996). We also include information and comments on the distribution of investigated species.
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