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Neue Centrouropoda-Arten (Uroactiniinae, Uropodina) aus den Philippinen, aus Brasilien und Mittelafrika
Les deutonymphes de quatre especes de Centrouropoda sont decrites: C. almerodai nov. sp., des Philippines; C. solmani nov. spec., du Bresil; C. securiformis; nov. spec., d'Afrique moyenne; et C.Expand
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Complement to the description of two species of Trichouropoda (Uropodina) from Poland
Erganzungsbeschreibung von zwei trichouropoda-arten (uropodina) aus Polen. - In soil and under bark some unknown stages of two Trichouropoda-species were found. The male, deutonymph and protonymph ofExpand
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Systematics studies of three new species of Antennophorus (Mesostigmata, Antennophorina), from Poland
Gangsystematische Studie Von 3 Neuen Antennophorus-Arten Aus Polen (Mesostigmata, Antennophorina). - On basis of individuals gathered in Poland on Lasius-workers and in their nest, the adults,Expand
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Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes. DX: Neue Digamasellus- und Dendrolaelaps-Arten (Trichopygidiina) aus Kuba
Gangsystematik der parasitiformes teil 510 neue Digamasellus- und Dendrolaelaps-arten (trichopygidiina) aus Kuba. - From mites gathered under bark in botanical garden in Cienfuegos the followingExpand
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Multidenturopoda nov. gen. camerunis nov. spec. (Acarina, Uropodina) from Cameroun
On basis of protonymph and dentonymph gathered in soil in Cameroun, the genus Multidenturopoda nov. gen. with the species M. camerunis nov. spec. is described.
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Systematics of the Parasitiformes. 499. Two new species of Nenteria from New-Guinea and Uruguay (Trichouropodini, Uropodinae) - Nenteria bellissima n. sp. and Nenteria uruguayensis n. sp.
Gangsystematik der parasltlformes tell 499 zwel neue nenteria-arten aus neugulnea und uruguay (trlchouropodlnl, uropodlnae). - Female, male and deutonymph of Nenteria bellissima novo spec. from NewExpand
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[Decline in the use of oral contraceptives: psychological study of causes and backgrounds].
222 female students were interviewed to determine their use of and attitudes toward oral contraceptives (OCs). 12.2% had never used OCs, 36.1% had discontinued OC use, and 37% were using OCsExpand