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The world genera of Tarsonemidae (Acari: Heterostigmata): a morphological, phylogenetic, and systematic revision, with a reclassification of family-group taxa in the Heterostigmata.
A critical historical review of previous classifications and other work on tarsonemid and related mites is presented. General information concerning tarsonemids is reviewed, including the following:Expand
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Eriophyoid Mites. Their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control.
Due to space limitations only selected papers have been listed. Part 1 THE ERIOPHYOIDEA. External Anatomy and Notation of Structures (E.E. Lindquist). Systematics, Diagnoses for Major Taxa, and KeysExpand
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Taxonomic Concepts in the Ascidae, with a Modified Setal Nomenclature for the Idiosoma of the Gamasina (Acarina: Mesostigmata)
Generic and familial concepts of the Ascidae Voigts and Oudemans (= Blattisociidae Garman, Aceosejidae Baker and Wharton) are reviewed and modified from a world standpoint. The postembryonicExpand
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Chapter 1.1 External anatomy and systematics 1.1.1. External anatomy and notation of structures
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses a system of standardized terminology and notation, most of which was developed in a series of studies on oribatid mites by Grandjean. This system hasExpand
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Parasitism and parasitoidism in Tarsonemina (Acari: Heterostigmata) and evolutionary considerations.
Publisher Summary This chapter presents the routes of evolution from phoresy and physogastry toward parasitism and parasitoidism, and the distribution of parasites and parasitoids among theExpand
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Chapter 1.5 Evolution and phylogeny 1.5.1 Evolution of eriophyoid mites in relation to their host plants
Publisher Summary This chapter reviews the evolution of eriophyoid mites in relation to their host plants by considering the trends of change in their morphological and biological features, in theExpand
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Arthropods in amber from the Triassic Period
The occurrence of arthropods in amber exclusively from the Cretaceous and Cenozoic is widely regarded to be a result of the production and preservation of large amounts of tree resin beginning ca.Expand
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Plant-feeding mite diversity in Triassic amber (Acari: Tetrapodili)
Carnian-aged amber (c. 230 Ma) from north-eastern Italy contains the first pre-Cretaceous inclusions of arthropods, plant remains and microorganisms. Here, we report further recovery of mites fromExpand
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1.5.2 Phylogenetic relationships
Publisher Summary This chapter reviews previous concepts and offers some additional new thoughts about the phylogenetic relationships of Eriophyoidea with other lineages of mites, along withExpand
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