Mites of family Macrochelidae (Acari: Gamasida) associated with dung beetles in Mt Merapi National Park, Jogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

@article{Hartini2009MitesOF,
  title={Mites of family Macrochelidae (Acari: Gamasida) associated with dung beetles in Mt Merapi National Park, Jogyakarta, Java, Indonesia},
  author={Sri Hartini and Dhian Dwibadra and Gen Takaku},
  journal={Entomological Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={12}
}
Fourteen mite species in three genera of the family Macrochelidae were collected from the body surface of dung beetles (Scarabaeidae) in Mt Merapi National Park, Jogyakarta, Indonesia. Of these, three species, Macrocheles turgoensis n. sp., M. pumilus n. sp. and Glyptholaspis merapiensis n. sp., were described as new to science. The remaining 11 species were Glyptholaspis fimicola (Sellnick, 1931), Neopodocinum spinirostris (Berlese, 1910), M. dispar (Berlese, 1910), M. entetiensis Hartini and… 

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