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Characteristics of Resting and Breeding Habitats of Adult Sand Flies in the Judean Desert
ABSTRACT: Recently, in several areas of the Middle East, a sharp increase of cutaneous leishmaniasis was observed in suburbs of larger towns including Jerusalem. In some of these areas, poor housingExpand
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Morphology of Juvenile Stages of Pedrocortesella africana Pletzen, 1963 and Aleurodamaeus africanus Mahunka, 1984 (Acari: Oribatida)
Abstract. The morphology of juvenile stages of the oribatid mites Pedrocortesella africana Pletzen, 1963 and Aleurodamaeus africanus Mahunka, 1984 is described and illustrated. The juveniles ofExpand
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Characteristics of Resting Habitats of Adult Phlebotomus papatasi in Neot Hakikar, an Oasis South of the Dead Sea
ABSTRACT: Knowledge about diurnal resting sites of sand flies is scanty and often anecdotal. In this study, we explored a part natural - part agricultural oasis in Neot Hakikar, Israel, looking forExpand
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Three new species of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida: Galumnoidea) from Ethiopia
ABSTRACT Three new species of oribatid mites of the superfamily Galumnoidea, Galumna lanceosensilla n. sp., Trichogalumna africana n. sp. (both Galumnidae), and Galumnopsis giganteus n. sp.Expand
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Ethiopian oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida): results of the Joint Russian-Ethiopian Biological Expedition (June 2013)
Abstract The present study is based on oribatid mite material collected during a Russian-Ethiopian expedition in June 2013 from Ethiopia. We have registered 24 species, 20 genera and 16 families—anExpand
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Oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Ethiopia
In 2009–2010, a total of 99 species, 75 genera and 45 families of oribatid mites in Ethiopia were registered. Of these, 89species, 55 genera and 26 families are first records for the country. TheExpand
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Description of the morphology of the first Ethiopian Achipteria Berlese, 1885 (Acari: Oribatida)
A new oribatid mite of the genus Achipteria from southern Ethiopia is described and illustrated in detail. Specimens of A. baleensis sp. n. were collected in soil and moss from trees from HarennaExpand
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Morphology of Juvenile Stages of Metabelba glabriseta Mahunka, 1982 and Damaeus auritus Koch, 1835 (Acari: Oribatida: Damaeidae)
Abstract. The morphology of juvenile stages of the oribatid mites Metabelba glabriseta Mahunka, 1982 and Damaeus auritus Koch, 1835 (Damaeidae) is described and illustrated. The juveniles ofExpand
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Temperature adaptations of terrestrial arthropods of the Yenisey Region of Siberia (Asian Ecological Transect)
Field studies and sampling of terrestrial invertebrates for ecophysiological experiments were undertaken in the summer of 1994 and 1995 in different geographic regions of the Asian TransectExpand
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