フィリピンのハエダニ類 (ダニ亜綱 : ヤドリダニ団 : ハエダニ科)

@article{2012,
  title={フィリピンのハエダニ類 (ダニ亜綱 : ヤドリダニ団 : ハエダニ科)},
  author={元 高久 and Hartini Sri and Dwibadra Dhian and A Corpuz-Raros Leonila},
  journal={Journal of The Acarological Society of Japan},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={95-124}
}
Twenty one species of macrochelid mites belonging to the genera Glyptholaspis, Holostaspella, and Macrocheles, were collected in the Philippines. Of these, 3 species were described as new to science, and 9 species were recorded from the Philippines for the fi rst time. In total 23 species are known from the Philippines to date, including Holostaspella stenaspis Krantz, 1967 and Glyptholaspis cariasoi De Jesus and Rueda, 1990, which were not collected in this research. J. Acarol. Soc. Jpn., Vol… 
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