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Stone‐tool usage by Thai long‐tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis)
In January and March of 2005, we conducted surveys of long‐tailed macaques at Piak Nam Yai Island, Laem Son National Park (9° N 34–35′, 98° E 28′), Ranong Province, situated in southern Thailand. TwoExpand
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Genetic subpopulations of Varroa mites and their Apis cerana hosts in Thailand.
La repartition geographique des especes de Varroa correspond en gros a la repartition des lignees d'ADN mitochondrial (ADNmt) de leur hote. Apis ceranaFabr. : V. destructor est present sur A. ceranaExpand
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Comparative biology of Apis andreniformis and Apis florea in Thailand
The existence of two species of dwarf honey bees has only recently generally been accepted. Since they coexist in many locations, this leads to the question of how they differ so that they can bothExpand
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Euvarroa wongsirii, a new species of bee mite from Thailand
Abstract The female of Euvarroa wongsirii new species is described and illustrated. It was collected from Apis andreniformis (Smith 1858) in Uthai Thani, Chiengrai, Thailand. It is apparently notExpand
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Mites from debris and sealed brood cells of Apis dorsata colonies in Sabah (Borneo) Malaysia, including a new haplotype of Varroa jacobsoni
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Adamystis thailandensis sp. nov. (Acari: Prostigmata: Adamystidae), a new species of soil mites from Thailand with a key to world species of Adamystidae.
A new species of soil prostigmatic mites, Adamystis thailandensis sp. nov. (Acari: Adamystidae) is described based on adult and immature specimens collected from leaf litter and upper soil layer in aExpand
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Genetic differences between Tropilaelaps clareae and Tropilaelaps koenigerum in Thailand based on ITS and RAPD analyses
Tropilaelaps koenigerum was first reported in Thailand. Species-diagnostic markers of bee mites, T. clareae and T. koenigerum were examined by sequencing of ITS and RAPD analysis. A lack ofExpand
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Two new species of cheyletid mites (Acari: Prostigmata) from Thailand
Two new species of predatory mites in the family Cheyletidae (Acari: Prostigmata), Mexecheles thailandensis n. sp. collected from tree bark infested by scolytid beetles and Samsinakia charanasriae n.Expand
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Extended survival of the parasitic honey bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae on adult workers of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata
SUMMARYThe survival of adult female Tropilaelaps clareae of unknown age on caged adult workers of Apis mellifera was investigated in ambient conditions during the rainy season in northern ThailandExpand
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Description of two new species of Nothrolohmannia Balogh, 1968 (Acari: Oribatida: Hypochthoniidae) from Thailand, with key to known species
The oribatid mite genus Nothrolohmannia Balogh is reported for the first time from mainland Asia, represented by twonew species from Thailand: N. thailandica sp. nov. and N. flagellata sp. nov. TheyExpand
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