Zercon carpathicus Sellnick, 1958 (Acari: Zerconidae), a species of mite new for the Turkish fauna

@article{Urhan2007ZerconCS,
  title={Zercon carpathicus Sellnick, 1958 (Acari: Zerconidae), a species of mite new for the Turkish fauna},
  author={Raşit Urhan},
  journal={Zoology in the Middle East},
  year={2007},
  volume={41},
  pages={105 - 108}
}
  • R. Urhan
  • Published 1 January 2007
  • Biology
  • Zoology in the Middle East
Abstract Zercon carpathicus Sellnick, 1958 is recorded from Turkey for the first time. The distribution area thus extends much further south than was previously known. The morphological characters of this species are reviewed and figures are drawn. Its geographic distribution is given. 
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A new species of the genus Zercon (Acari, Zerconidae) from Turkey
A new species of zerconid mite, Zercon kezbaniremae sp. nov., is described from Turkey (Acari: Zerconidae). A key to the adults of the genus Zercon known from Turkey is given.