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NEOGEOAEOLIAN HABITATS ON NEW LAVA FLOWS ON HAWAII ISLAND: AN ECOSYSTEM SUPPORTED BY WINDBORNE DEBRIS1
Lava flows of pahoehoe basalt on Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Island, are colonized by arthropods within months after an eruption and 6 months or more before the first macroscopic plants appear. TheExpand
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The genus Mesolaelaps (Laelapidae: Mesolaelapinae, n. subfam.) with descriptions of two new species from New Guinea.
The females of Mesolaelaps accessoria , n. sp. and M. expansa , n. sp. and the deutonymph of M. accessoria are described. Both species are from New Guinea and each has been taken from a marsupial (orExpand
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Ectoparasites of Hawaiian rodents
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CATALOG OF ENTOMOLOGICAL TYPES IN THE BISHOP MUSEUM Mallophaga
This catalog lists the holotypes of 66 species and allotypes of 18 species of Mallophaga deposited in the Bishop Museum. Locality data are provided, as are corrected or confirmed hostExpand
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A New Species of Laelaps (Acari: Laelapidae) from Indonesia, with Notes on the Juxtapositus Species-Group
A new species of Laelaps (Acari: Laelapidae) belonging to the Juxtapositus species-group, L. sulawesiensis , from Maxomys hellwaldi, M. musschenbroekii, Rattus hoffmanni and R. marmosurus collectedExpand
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Acari on murine rodents along an altitudinal transect on Mauna Loa, Hawaii
Reports were scanned in black and white at a resolution of 600 dots per inch and were converted to text using Adobe Paper Capture Plug-in. Presented at IV. International Congress of Acarology,Expand
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Review of the Subfamily Hirstionyssinae, Synonymy of Echinonyssus Hirst and Hirstionyssus Fonseca, and Descriptions of Four New Species of Echinonyssus (Acari: Laelapidae)
The laelapid subfamily Hirstionyssinae is reviewed and rediagnosed. The 5 genera included in the subfamily are diagnosed and keyed: Ancoranyssus, Echinonyssus, Patrinyssus, Thadeua andExpand
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