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New genera and species of quill mites of the family Syringophilidae (Acari, Prostigmata)
TLDR
Three new genera and 18 ne\\' species of Syringophilidae (Acari: Prostigmata) are described, collected from the quills of birds belonging to seven different orders and II familic's of birds.
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF SCABIES
  • A. Fain
  • Medicine
    International journal of dermatology
  • 1 January 1978
TLDR
There has been a progressive increase in scabies in many parts of the world, to epidemic proportions in some areas, and at the same time that the number of cases of scabies has increased, the disease has tended to lose its classic aspect and to occur in atypical forms which are sometimes more difficult to recognize.
Adaptation, specificity and host-parasite coevolution in mites (Acari).
  • A. Fain
  • Biology
    International journal for parasitology
  • 1 December 1994
A review of the genus Cheyletus Latreille, 1776 (Acari: Cheyletidae)
TLDR
The genus Cheyletus LATREILLE, 1776 is redefined and revised, and a key to its 29 valid species is provided, and the obtained majority 50% consensus tree has included three principal clusters or species groups, eruditus, trouessarti and nidicolus.
A revision of the Hemicheyletia generic group (Acari: Cheyletidae)
TLDR
The phylogeny of the Hemicheyletia generic group was reconstructed by a cladistie method using the software PAUP 3.1, showed that these taxa form a monophyletic group and revealed that the genus Tutacheyia is a sister group of Hemie Heyletia-Cheletomimus.
New data to the knowledge of the mite fauna of Hungary (Acari: Mesostigmata, Prostigmata and Astigmata).
The authors give a report on the results of the regular mite collectings made between 1990 and 2003 on ornamental trees and shrubs, on streets, in parks, in green spaces of housing estates, in
Phylogeny and system of the Cheyletidae (Acari: Prostigmata) with special reference to their host-parasite associations
TLDR
The reconstruction of the phylogeny of the mite family Cheyletidae was effectuated by a cladistic method with the software PAUP 3.1 and a new hypothesis on the phylogenetic evolution of the cheyletids and an analysis of their host-parasite associations are proposed.
Notes on mites parasitic or phoretic on Australian centipedes, spiders and scorpion
TLDR
A collection of mites (Acari) found on Australian centipedes and spiders and on a scorpion was studied and the larval form of Erythraeidae, a theridiid spider-eating mite, is described.
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