Diseases of Mites

@article{Geest2000DiseasesOM,
  title={Diseases of Mites},
  author={Leo P. S. van der Geest and Sam L. Elliot and J A J Hans Breeuwer and E.A.M. Beerling},
  journal={Experimental & Applied Acarology},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={497-560}
}
An overview is given of studies on diseases of mites. Knowledge of diseases of mites is still fragmentary but in recent years more attention has been paid to acaropathogens, often because of the economic importance of many mite species. Most research on mite pathogens concerns studies on fungal pathogens of eriophyoids and spider mites especially. These fungi often play an important role in the regulation of natural mite populations and are sometimes able to decimate populations of phytophagous… CONTINUE READING

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