Stigmaeus longipilis (Canestrini) (Acari: Stigmaeidae)’in dişi bireylerinde görülen bazı morfolojik varyasyon ve anormallikler

@inproceedings{Dilkaraolu2016StigmaeusL,
  title={Stigmaeus longipilis (Canestrini) (Acari: Stigmaeidae)’in dişi bireylerinde g{\"o}r{\"u}len bazı morfolojik varyasyon ve anormallikler},
  author={Sibel Dilkaraoğlu and Salih Doğan and Orhan Erman and Sevgi Sevsay and Sezai Adil},
  year={2016}
}
Harsit Vadisi ve Orumcek Ormanlari’ndan toplanan akar ornekleri icerisinden Stigmaeus longipilis (Canestrini, 1889) turu incelendi. Turun tanimi toplanan ornekler uzerinden yeniden yapildi, genel gorunusune ait sekilleri cizildi, cesitli vucut yapilarinin olcumleri alindi ve dunyadaki yayilisi uzerinde duruldu. Turun toplamda 255 disi, 8 dotonimf ve 6 protonimf bireyine rastlandi. Inceleme sirasinda bazi ergin disi bireylerin ci ve birinci cift aggenital killarinin (ag1) konumunda varyasyon… 
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Asymmetric and numerical variations in the body setae occurring in some adult females and males of the family Stigmaeidae are provided.
Existence of tritonymphal stage of Stigmaeus elongatus Berlese (Acari: Stigmaeidae), with numerical variations in some body setae in its adult stage
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Tritonymphal stage of Stigmaeus elongatus Berlese (Stigmaeidae) has been described and it is thought that this nymphal stage can occur optionally in response to certain circumstances.

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