Macrochelid mites (Arachnida : Acari : Macrochelidae : Glyptholaspis, Macrocheles, Neopodocinum) associated with dung beetles in Bali, Indonesia

@article{Takaku2001MacrochelidM,
  title={Macrochelid mites (Arachnida : Acari : Macrochelidae : Glyptholaspis, Macrocheles, Neopodocinum) associated with dung beetles in Bali, Indonesia},
  author={Gen Takaku and Sri Hartini},
  journal={Species diversity : an international journal for taxonomy, systematics, speciation, biogeography, and life history research of animals},
  year={2001},
  volume={6},
  pages={323-345}
}
  • G. Takaku, S. Hartini
  • Published 30 November 2001
  • Biology
  • Species diversity : an international journal for taxonomy, systematics, speciation, biogeography, and life history research of animals
Ten species of mite of the family Macrochelidae (genera Glyptholaspis, Macrocheles, and IVeopodocinum) are recorded from the body surface of dung beetles from Bali, Indonesia. Of those mites, two species, Macrocheles batiensis sp. nov. and M monticola sp. nov,, are described as new to science. IVeQpodocinum spinirostris <Berlese, 1910) is redescribed on the basis of adults and immature stages eollected from Bali. Seven species, Glyptholaspis fimicola (Sellnick, 1931), Macrocheles hallidQyi… 
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