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PARASITES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA XII ATOPOMELIDAE PARASITIC ON RODENTS (ACARI: LISTROPHOROIDEA)

@article{Fain1981PARASITESOW,
  title={PARASITES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA XII ATOPOMELIDAE PARASITIC ON RODENTS (ACARI: LISTROPHOROIDEA)},
  author={Alex Fain and F. S. Lukoschus},
  journal={Records of the western Australian Museum},
  year={1981},
  volume={8},
  pages={563-584}
}
Eleven named species of atopomelid fur-mites belonging to three genera (including Teinochirus gen. nov.), are recorded from Western Australian rodents. These are: Murichirus quasimelomys sp. nov., M. alatus sp. nov., M. alatus prosquamatus subsp. nov., M. dorsostriatus sp. nov., M. dorso­ scutatus sp. nov., M. lobatitarsis sp. nov., M. zyzomys sp. nov., M. mastacomys sp. nov., Teinochirus vermicularis sp. nov., Listrophoroides (Marquesania) queenslandicus Womersley and L. (M.) papuanus Fain. 

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