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Life-styles of Phytoseiid mites and their roles in biological control.
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This review categorizes the diversity of life-styles in the Phytoseiidae, based primarily on food habits and related biological and morphological traits, into three types: specialized predators of Tetranychus species, selective predators of tetranychid mites, and specialized pollen feeders/generalist predators.
Revision of the lifestyles of phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and implications for biological control strategies
ABSTRACT A new classification of lifestyles of phytoseiid mites is proposed based on the findings and suggestions from many studies conducted in the fifteen years since the publication of the
A revised catalog of the mite family Phytoseiidae
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This updated catalog of Moraes et al. (1986) includes references to descriptions and redescriptions of species, synonymies and recorded world distributions of mite pests.
A review of the subfamily Amblyseiinae Muma (Acari: Phytoseiidae): Part III. the tribe Amblyseiini Wainstein, subtribe Amblyseiina n. subtribe
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A cladogram is proposed suggesting the relationships between the 3 subtribes in the Amblyseiini and between the constituent genera in theAmblyseiina.
A review of the subfamily Amblyseiinae Muma (Acari: Phytoseiidae): Part ii. The tribe Kampimodromini Kolodochka
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The tribe Kampimodromini Kolodochka is revised herein and the tribe is reviewed and a cladogram suggesting the relationships between these taxa is proposed.
A review of the subfamilies Phytoseiinae and Typhlodrominae (Acari: Phytoseiidae)
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Four new tribes, 5 new genera, one new subgenus and 13 new species groups are proposed for the family Phytoseiidae Berlese.
A review of the subfamily Amblyseiinae Muma (Acari: Phytoseiidae): Part I. Neoseiulini new tribe
Abstract Neoseiulini new tribe is considered to be comprised of eight genera, one of which is new, with a total of 321 nominal species. These genera are reviewed to the level of species groups and
ECOLOGY OF TETRANYCHID MITES AND THEIR NATURAL ENEMIES: A REVIEW III. BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND PEST STATUS, AND HOST PLANT RELATIONS OF TETRANYCHIDS
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It is concluded that more information is needed on economic injury levels of various species on different crops and under various climatic conditions and the fundamental relations between the host-plant quality and spider mite development, and the impact of spider mites on the development of their host plants.
A review of the subfamily Amblyseiinae muma (Acari: Phytoseiidae): Part VI. the tribe Euseiini n. tribe, subtribes Typhlodromalina n. subtribe, Euseiina n. subtribe, and Ricoseiina n. subtribe
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A cladogram suggesting the relationships between the 3 subtribes and between the constituent genera is proposed and a junior homonym of pruni is proposed.
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