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Gallogenesis induced by eryophyoid mites (Acariformes: Eriophyoidea)
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A new renovated classification of types of damage caused by eryophyoid mites on plants is assumed on the basis of the number of plant organs involved in the pathological process, duration of the existence of the damage and of the mite colony inside it, and localization of damage on the plant. Expand
Basal divergence of Eriophyoidea (Acariformes, Eupodina) inferred from combined partial COI and 28S gene sequences and CLSM genital anatomy
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The results of this study suggest that the superfamily Eriophyoidea comprises basal paraphyletic pentasetacines (Loboquintus and Pentasetacus), and two large monophyletic groups: Eriophyidae s.l.str. Expand
Gall mite Fragariocoptes setiger (Eriophyoidea) changes leaf developmental program and regulates gene expression in the leaf tissues of Fragaria viridis (Rosaceae)
The interaction of plants with certain types of parasites leads to the formation of galls, organised structures that create the habitat of the parasite, caused by an abnormal proliferation of hostExpand
First pentasetacid mite from Australasian Araucariaceae: morphological description and molecular phylogenetic position of Pentasetacus novozelandicus n. sp. (Eriophyoidea, Pentasetacidae) and remarks
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Molecular phylogenetic analyses of full-length D1–D2 eriophyoid sequences, including GenBank sequences and newly generated sequences of pentasetacids, confirmed the monophyly of PentAsetacidae but failed to resolve the basal phylogeny of Eriophyoidea. Expand
[GALLOGENESIS INDUCED BY ERIOPHYOIDS (ACARIFORMES: ERIOPHYOIDEA)].
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The analysis of the available literary data shows that malformations caused by eriophyoids on plants significantly vary in shape, topography, and longevity and may have different etiologies. Expand
CLSM anatomy of internal genitalia of Mackiella reclinata n. sp. and systematic remarks on eriophyoid mites from the tribe Mackiellini Keifer, 1946 (Eriophyoidea: Phytoptidae).
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The incompletely described mite species Mackiella borasis Mohanasundaram, 1981 does not conform to the diagnosis of Mackielline and herein is transferred to the subfamily Phytoptinae incertae sedis. Expand
Redescription of an early-derivative mite, Pentasetacus araucariae (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae), and new hypotheses on the eriophyoid reproductive anatomy
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A female lectotype is designated from syntype specimens and additional non-type material is used to redescribe P. araucariae based on external and internal anatomy using different microscopic and 3D reconstruction techniques. Expand
A revision of the genus Sierraphytoptus Keifer 1939 (Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae)
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Comparative analysis of the eriophyoid mites of the genus Sierraphytoptus Keifer 1939 (= Fragaricoptes Roivainen, 1951) living on strawberry (Fragaria spp.) found that they are represented by two species: S. setiger and S. ambulans sp. Expand
Supplementary description of Novophytoptus stipae Keifer 1962 (Acariformes, Eriophyoidea) with LT-SEM observation on mites from putatively conspecific populations: cryptic speciation or polyphagy of
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Findings emphasize peculiarities of novophytoptines in relation to their endoparasitic life style and underline numerous gaps in knowledge on anatomy and functioning of the organism of eriophyoid mites. Expand
Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a deep dichotomy in the conifer-inhabiting genus Trisetacus (Eriophyoidea: Nalepellidae), with the two lineages differing in their female genital morphology and
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Six basic types of the female internal genitalia of Trisetacus are identified based on shapes of the spermatheca and sperMathecal tube, suggesting that the female genital morphology is both evolutionarily conserved and is a factor influencing macroevolutionary patterns in this group of mites. Expand
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