Factors determining species displacement of related predatory mite species (Acari: Phytoseiidae)

@article{Gotoh2014FactorsDS,
  title={Factors determining species displacement of related predatory mite species (Acari: Phytoseiidae)},
  author={Tetsuo Gotoh and Masumi Hanawa and Sayaka Shimazaki and Natsuki Yokoyama and Chun-Qing Fu and Reo Sugawara and Shuichi Yano},
  journal={Experimental and Applied Acarology},
  year={2014},
  volume={63},
  pages={205-215}
}
Neoseiulus womersleyi (Acari: Phytoseiidae) used to be the dominant species in fruit-tree orchards throughout Japan, but starting in the 1990s, N. womersleyi began to be displaced by Neoseiulus californicus in central and southwestern Japan. The present study was conducted to examine factors explaining the displacement of N. womersleyi by N. californicus. First, we confirmed under laboratory conditions that N. californicus could exclude N. womersleyi if they initially coexisted in a 1:1 ratio… CONTINUE READING
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