Tricolor Complex (part I). All species are eastern. These are some of the most recognizable of all Torrenticola, namely the elongate T. projector and a clade of species with diagnostic color patterns (T. trimaculata, T. unimaculata, and T. tricolor). Note that three species (T. pearsoni, T. hoosieri, and T. projector) are repeated in Figure 18. A Species guide (overview of 28S+COI analysis from Figure 7–8) B Overview of Tricolor Complex from Figure 9 (COI-only analysis from Figure 9) C Detail of Tricolor Complex (in part) from B C Detail of Tricolor Complex (in part) from Figure 9. Colored lineages in A and B correspond to Group names and brackets in C. Dots denote posterior probably of greater than 95%. Taxa are displayed by DNA number and state (U.S.) or territory (Canada) abbreviation.

  Part of: Fisher JR, Fisher DM, Skvarla MJ, Nelson WA, Dowling APG (2017) Revision of torrent mites (Parasitengona, Torrenticolidae, Torrenticola) of the United States and Canada: 90 descriptions, molecular phylogenetics, and a key to species. ZooKeys 701: 1-496.