Fauna Tungau Macrochelidae (Mesostigmata: Acari) dan Asosiasinya dengan Kumbang Kotoran di Gunung Sawal, Ciamis, Jawa Barat

@inproceedings{Hartini2014FaunaTM,
  title={Fauna Tungau Macrochelidae (Mesostigmata: Acari) dan Asosiasinya dengan Kumbang Kotoran di Gunung Sawal, Ciamis, Jawa Barat},
  author={Sri Hartini},
  year={2014}
}
Study of macrochelid mite: Mesostigmata: Acari has been done in Mt. Sawal Nature Reserve, Ciamis, West Java.Three genera, eight species of family Macrochelidae collected associated with scarabaeid dung beetles. Genera ofmites i.e., Holostaspella (H. oblonga Hartini & Takaku, 2010), Neopodocinum [N. bosschai (Berlese, 1901) and N.subjaspersi Hartini & Takaku, 2003] and Macrocheles [M. dispar (Berles, 1910)]; M. jabarensis Hartini & Takaku,2003; M. kraepelini (Berlese, 1905); M. pumilus Hartini… 
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