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1.6.3 Preparation, mounting and descriptive study of eriophyoid mites
This chapter reviews methods for preparing and preserving eriophyoid mites, mounted on microscope slides, for study. Expand
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Inclusions in diamonds: Garnet lherzolite and eclogite assemblages
Twenty-nine inclusion-bearing diamonds, mostly from Africa, were studied in order to determine the mineral assemblages and compositions of the inclusions. Those interpreted as syngenetic with diamondExpand
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A contribution to the study of the genus Rhizoglyphus Claparede, 1869 (Acarina: Acaridae)
Nine species of the genus Rhizoglyphus are described and figured, three of these (R. echinopus (Fum. and Rob.), R. robini Claparede and R. ranunculi sp.n.) occurring in New Zealand. R. echinopus andExpand
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1.4.6 Feeding effects on host plants: Gall formation and other distortions
Publisher Summary This chapter deals with the damage caused by mites, discusses the structure and functioning of their mouthparts, and analyses plant damage at the cellular level. All plant parts,Expand
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Chapter 1.4 Biology and ecology 1.4.1 Life forms, deuterogyny, diapause and seasonal development
Publisher Summary This chapter examines the life forms and seasonal developments of eriophyoid mites. These most minute arthropods display frequently variable and complex life cycles that enable themExpand
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New species and records of eriophyid mites from New Zealand
Abstract Seven species of eriophyid mites are newly recorded from New Zealand. They are Aceria diospyri Keifer from Diospyros kaki L.f. (persimmon); Aceria genistae (Nalepa) from Ulex europaeus L.Expand
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1.4.8 Web spinning, wax secretion and liquid secretion by eriophyoid mites
Publisher Summary This chapter describes web spinning, wax secretion, and liquid secretion by eriophyoid mites. The webbing serves three purposes—namely, the protection of all mite instars fromExpand
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A Proposed New Classification for Gem-Quality Garnets
Existing methods of classifying garnets have proved to be inadequate to deal wi th some n e w types of garnets discovered recently. A n e w classification system based on the chemical analysis ofExpand
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