Harşit Vadisi ve Örümcek Ormanları’nın (Türkiye) Stigmaeid Akarları (Acari: Raphignathoidea: Stigmaeidae)

@article{Dilkaraolu2016HaritVV,
  title={Harşit Vadisi ve {\"O}r{\"u}mcek Ormanları’nın (T{\"u}rkiye) Stigmaeid Akarları (Acari: Raphignathoidea: Stigmaeidae)},
  author={Sibel Dilkaraoğlu and Salih Doğan and Orhan Erman and Sevgi Sevsay and Sezai Adil},
  journal={Erzincan University Journal of Science and Technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={10-72}
}
Bu calismada, 2013-2015 yillari arasinda Harsit Vadisi ve Orumcek Ormanlari’ndan toplanan stigmaeid akarlar (Acari: Stigmaeidae) degerlendirildi ve toplam 27 tur tespit edildi. Bunlardan; Stigmaeus livschitzi Kuznetsov, S. pricei Summers ve Mediolata pini (Canestrini) Turkiye faunasi icin yeni kayittir. Ayrica Mediolata pini (Canestrini), Stigmaeus pilatus Kuznetsov ve S. pricei Summers’nin deutonimf evreleri, Eustigmaeus erzurumensis Dogan ve Storchia robustus Berlese’un protonimf evreleri… 
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