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ON SOME FREE LIVING PROSTIGMATIC MITES OF ANTARCTICA 1
Several new and some previously described species of free living prostig­ matic mites of Antarctica are illustrated and described. New species are Eupodes wisei; Stereotydeus mollis; Rhagidia leechi;Expand
The mesostigmatic nasal mites of birds. II. New and poorly known species of Rhinoyssidae.
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P Pereira and Castro (1949) gave a revision of the subfamily PTILONYSSINAE, recognizing the relative lengths of chela and chelicera as important differential characters and are to be congratulated for attempting a natural classification for a difficult group of mites. Expand
The occurrence of neotropical mites in the United States.
Notes on incidence and niche preference of Mallophaga and Analgoidea ectoparasitic on South polar skua (Catharacta skua maccormicki) on Ross Island, Antarctica
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The South Polar Skua {Catharacta skua maccormicki) is heavily infested with ectoparasites, and sampling from several locations on Ross Island, Antarctica, during the austral summer season of 1966-67 provided some data on the incidence and niche preference of mallophagan and analgoidean ectoparate. Expand
The genus Myonyssus with description of a new species from Nepal (Mesostigmata: Laelapidae).
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The genus Myonyssus is reviewed and a key to the known species is included and a new species is described from rodents in Nepal. Expand
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