Two new species of oribatid mites of the genus Pergalumna (Oribatida, Galumnidae) are described from the Tam Dao National Park of Northern Vietnam. Pergalumna kunsti sp. nov. differs from P. magnipora xishuangbanna Aoki & Hu, 1993 by the larger body size, barbed bothridial setae, peanut-shell shaped notogastral porose areas Aa, lamellar setae longer than interlamellar setae and smooth genital plates. Pergalumna storkani sp. nov. differs from P. paratsurusakii Ermilov, Shtanchaeva, Kaluz & Subias, 2013 by the larger body size, rounded rostrum, strong and erect adanal setae ad2, lamellar setae longer than interlamellar setae, and the absence of a median pore.
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