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Revision of the Australian ascidae (Acarina : Mesostigmata)
Ascid mites are an important component of the predatory meiofauna in soil, on vegetation, and in association with other animals, yet the Australian fauna is almost unknown. At least 15 genera ofExpand
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Neonatal infections in Asia
Objective: To study the epidemiology (including incidence, antibiotic sensitivity and mortality) of neonatal unit infections in countries in Asia. Methods: One year prospective study of neonatalExpand
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The Australian species of Macrocheles (Acarina : Macrochelidae)
The Australian fauna of the mite genus Macrocheles Latreille is revised. The fauna is shown to comprise 49 species, 26 of which are here described as new:M. agilis, sp. nov., M. angustus,sp. nov., M.Expand
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Revision of the Australian Ameroseiidae (Acarina: Mesostigmata)
The Australian fauna of Ameroseiidae (Acarina) is revised. Six genera and 11 species are recognised, including four new species: Brontispalaelaps marianneae, sp. nov., from the wings of a moth inExpand
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Systematics and biology of the Australian species of Balaustium von Heyden (Acari: Erythraeidae)
The presence of Balaustium medicagoense Meyer and Ryke (Erythraeidae) in Australia is confirmed. Australian specimens previously identified as Balaustium murorum (Hermann) are shown to belong to B.Expand
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Colony dispersion and relationships of meat antsIridomyrmex purpureus and allies in an arid locality in south Australia
SummaryThe distributions of three “forms”, actually sibling species, of meat ant were studied near Morgan, South Australia, an area with mean annual rainfall of 230 mm. Colony dispersion is describedExpand
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Three New Species of Hypoaspis Canestrini (Acarina: Laelapidae) Associated with Large Australian Cockroaches
Hypoaspis blattae sp.n., H. ruggi sp.n., and H. rosei sp.n. are described from Australia. They are associated with large burrowing cockroaches (Blaberidae). H. blattae is associated with manyExpand
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Revision of the Australian Eviphididae (Acari: Mesostigmata).
The Australian fauna of the mite family Eviphididae (Acari: Mesostigmata) is revised. A total of 14 species is recorded, 10 of which are described as new: Alliphis halleri (G. & R. Canestrini), A.Expand
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