Fourth contribution to the knowledge of water mites from the Comoros, with the description of two new species (Acari: Hydrachnidia).
One species new to science, Africasia comorosensis is described and first records are given for Torrenticola sp.
Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) from riverine environments of some islands in Oceania
- S. Ermilov, A. V. Tolstikov, N. Mary, H. Schatz
- 24 July 2013
A checklist of identified oribatid mite taxa from riverine freshwater environments from six islands in Polynesia is presented; 18 species, 16 genera and eight families were recorded.
Descriptions of the Larvae and Adults of Three New Species of Triplectides (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae) from New Caledonia
Three caddis of the family Leptoceridae: Triplectides sasali new species, Triplectides smithi new species and Triplectides winstanleyi new species, and their larvae and cases, are described. These…
Exploring the capacity of aquatic biofilms to act as environmental DNA samplers: Test on macroinvertebrate communities in rivers.
- S. Rivera, V. Vasselon, N. Mary, O. Monnier, F. Rimet, A. Bouchez
- Environmental ScienceScience of the Total Environment
- 25 December 2020
Are elemental and strontium isotopic microchemistry of otolith and histomorphometrical characteristics of vertebral bone useful to resolve the eel Anguilla obscura status in Lalolalo lake in Wallis…
- G. Bareille, P. Sasal, R. Lecomte-Finiger
- Environmental Science, Geography
87 Sr/ 86 Sr isotopic ratio from the core region gives evidence of indisputable marine origin of eels caught in the lake suggesting that underground connections between the lake and the sea exist and an important loss of bone that favors the hypothesis of a genital maturation that arises in the ecological state of the lake.
First survey of interstitial fauna in New Caledonian rivers: influence of geological and geomorphological characteristics
- N. Mary, P. Marmonier
- Environmental ScienceHydrobiologia
Both abundance and taxonomic richness were significantly lower when sediment grain size decreased and when the percentage of peridotitic substratum in the catchment increased (probably because of its high nickel and chromium contents).
Third contribution to the knowledge of water mites from the Comoros, with the description of two new species (Acari: Hydrachnidia).
Two species new to science, Torrenticola comorosensis (Torrenticolidae) and Sterkspruitia comoros natives (Hygrobatidae) are described; the latter species is the second known species of the genus SterksPruitia Cook, 2003.
Description of three new caddisfly species from Mayotte Island, Comoros Archipelago (Insecta: Trichoptera)
- K. A. Johanson, N. Mary
- 4 May 2009
Five new species records from the Comoros Archipelago are reported, including the first records of Trichoptera from Mayotte and three species described as new to science.
Two new water mite species of the genus Hydrodroma Koch, 1837 from New Caledonia (Acari, Hydrachnidia: Hydrodromidae)
Two new water mite species of the genus Hydrodroma Koch are reported from New Caledonia, i.e. hydrodroma novacaledonica sp.
Fifth contribution to the knowledge of water mites (Acari: Hydrachnidia) from the Comoros: a checklist and description of one new genus and four new species.
The first description of the female of Sterkspruitia comorosensis Pešić Smit, 2015 is given and the number of water mites known from Comoros now tallies 17 species in ten families.