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African Tydeidae (Acari). I. The genus Lorryia Oudemans, 1925

  title={African Tydeidae (Acari). I. The genus Lorryia Oudemans, 1925},
  author={Marion Ueckermann and Smith Meyer},
Eleven African species of Lorryia Oudemans are dealt with. Three new species are descriptionbed and figured: L. curiosa, L. pongolana and L. relhaniae .. and eight known species are briefly annotated: L. Iwiroensis, L. benensis, L. podocarpa, L. catenulata, L. formosa, L. congoensis, L. africana and L. grewia. A key to the species is given. 


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