This paper reports on three species of mites of the family Laelapidae in Iran—Gymnolaelaps longiosetae sp. nov. collected from ants, Myrmica sp., and Laelaspis persicus Joharchi & Halliday, 2012 and Laelaspis dariusi Joharchi & Jalaeian, 2012, for which the males are herein described for the first time, whereas the females were previously described, also from Iran. Cosmolaelaps longogenitalis (Karg) is transferred to Laelaspis, based on expanded genito-ventral shield, surface with characteristic ornamentation including distinct Λ;-shaped lines and polygonal ornamentation, bearing the genital setae st5 and four pairs of long setae on its lateral edges.
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