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Acaroid mites of Northern and Eastern Asia (Acari: Acaroidea)

@inproceedings{Klimov2011AcaroidMO,
  title={Acaroid mites of Northern and Eastern Asia (Acari: Acaroidea)},
  author={Pavel B. Klimov and Andrei V. Tolstikov},
  year={2011}
}
Acaroid mites (superfamily Acaroidea) are economically and veterinary important pests. We give a list of 5 families 49 genera, and 180 species of acaroid mites recorded in the Northern and Eastern Asia (Asian part of russia, south Korea, Ja- pan, and china). One new genus, Sphecacarus Klimov gen. n., is described. the following new synonymies and combinations are proposed: Tortonia Oudemans, 1911 (= Hyohondania sasa, 1952, syn. nov.); Sancassania polyphyllae (Zachvatkin, 1941) (=Sancassania… Expand
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