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Acarofauna associated with Ips sexdentatus in northwest Spain
Abstract The acarofauna associated with Ips sexdentatus in León (NW Spain) was identified. Mites were collected directly from the bodies of the I. sexdentatus specimens and also from barks samples ofExpand
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A new genus of flower-dwelling melicharid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata: Ascoidea) phoretic on bats and insects in Costa Rica and Brazil
The genus Spadiseius gen. nov. of the ascoid family Melicharidae is described, based on all instars of two newly described species in Costa Rica and adults of four undescribed species in Costa RicaExpand
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Anystipalpus, Antennoseius and Vitzthumia: a taxonomic and nomenclatural conundrum of genera (Acari: Mesostigmata: Dermanyssina), with description of four species of Anystipalpus
The genus Anystipalpus Berlese, 1911, of uncertain prior placement in the superfamilies Ascoidea or Dermanyssoidea, is redescribed, based on reexamination of type and other material of theExpand
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Phoretic mites of the six-spined engraver beetle, Ips sexdentatus (Böerner, 1776) (Coleoptera, Scolytinae), on Pinus halepensis in Slovenia
In September 2009, specimens of Ips sexdentatus were captured using black cross vane traps in an old stand of Pinus halepensis Miller at Dekani in the submediterranean ecological region of Slovenia.Expand
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Observations on homologies of idiosomal setae in Zerconidae (Acari: Mesostigmata), with modified notation for some posterior body setae
Nous revoyons l'holotrichie de l'idiosome des Zerconidae. Nous modifions les homologies et la notation de certains poils du podonotum et de l'opisthosoma des zerconides. en les comparant a desExpand
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Searching the Soil: Forensic Importance of Edaphic Fauna After the Removal of a Corpse
Abstract:  Arthropods at different stages of development collected from human remains in an advanced stage of decomposition (following autopsy) and from the soil at the scene are reported. The corpseExpand
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Short note: First European record of the family Cercomegistidae Trägardh, 1937 (Acari: Mesostigmata) in Spain
Abstract Presence of Cercoleipus coelonotus Kinn, 1970 (Acari: Mesostigmata: Cercomegistidae) in Spain, the first record of this mite and family in Europe, is reported from Ips sexdentatus BoernExpand
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Coprozerconidae, a new family of zerconoid mites from North America (Acari: Mesostigmata: Zerconoidea)
A new family of mesostigmatic mites, Coprozerconidae, is described on the basis of material collected from feces of the wood rat, Neotoma floridana magister Baird, in a cave in Kentucky, U.S.A.Expand
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Soil-dwelling predatory mites in citrus: Their potential as natural enemies of thrips with special reference to Pezothrips kellyanus (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)
Free-living predatory mites are one of the most abundant and species-rich group of arthropods in the soil, with a great potential for pest control. In the present study we examined the predatory miteExpand
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