Neolabidophorus yucatanensis gen. et sp. n. and a new record for Dermacarus ornatus Fain, 1967 (Acarina: Glycyphagidae) from Heteromys gaumeri Allen and Chapman, 1897, Gaumer's spiny pocket mouse (Rodentia: Heteromyidae).

@article{Pence1974NeolabidophorusYG,
  title={Neolabidophorus yucatanensis gen. et sp. n. and a new record for Dermacarus ornatus Fain, 1967 (Acarina: Glycyphagidae) from Heteromys gaumeri Allen and Chapman, 1897, Gaumer's spiny pocket mouse (Rodentia: Heteromyidae).},
  author={Danny B. Pence and Hugh H. Genoways},
  journal={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={1974},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={
          712-5
        }
}
TWO species of hypopial nyrnphs of mites of the family Glycyphagidae were recovered from Heterorn!l.s gatlrneri froin Yucatan, hlexico. Numerous specimens of a hypopus identified as Dermacaru.~ ornattl.~ Fain were recovered from the hair and skin. A single specimen of an endo- parasitic hypopus identified as a new genus and species, Neolabidophort~s !/z~catanensis, was recovered from the hair follicles. The new genus differs from similar forms of the subfamily Metalabidophorinae in having a… 

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