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LIST OF MITES (ACARI) INHABITING PHILIPPINE CAVES AND CAVE-DWELLING VERTEBRATES

@inproceedings{CorpuzRaros2015LISTOM,
  title={LIST OF MITES (ACARI) INHABITING PHILIPPINE CAVES AND CAVE-DWELLING VERTEBRATES},
  author={Leonila A. Corpuz-Raros and Ireneo Jr. L. Lit},
  year={2015}
}
Published records of Acari inhabiting Philippine caves, including those associated with cave-dwelling bats and swiftlets are compiled in a checklist. The list includes 120 species of mites distributed in five major groups as follows: Order Ixodida 3; Order Mesostigmata-Suborder Monogynaspida 11; Order Trombidiformes-Suborder Prostigmata 17; Order Sarcoptiformes-Suborder Oribatida including free-living cohorts 57, and Cohort Astigmatina 32. The litter fauna comprise 67 species, mostly oribatids… 
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