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The study of cryptic species allows to describe and to understand biodiversity, and the evolutionary processes shaping it. Mites… Expand Nasal mites occur in different groups of birds, but little is known about their diversity associated with seabirds. The aim of… Expand Abstract Four families of parasitic mites (Acari: Rhinonyssidae, Ereynetidae, Cytoditidae, and Turbinoptidae) have evolved… Expand The order of Pelecaniformes is composed of families Ardeidae (Leach, 1820), Thereskiornithidae (Poche, 1904), and Pelecanidae… Expand Three major lineages of mites are parasitic in the nasal passages of birds, i.e., Rhinonyssidae (Mesostigmata), Ereynetidae… Expand The complete internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1), 5.8S rDNA, and ITS2 region of the ribosomal DNA and a 390-bp region of the 16S… Expand Abstract. The complete internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1), 5.8S rDNA and ITS2 region of the ribosomal DNA from 11 species of… Expand A survey of the nasal mites from Guatemalan cloud forest birds is reported. Seventy-eight birds, representing 10 families and 18… Expand A total of 460 adult and immature Sooty terns ( Sterna fuscata ) taken throughout their breeding season on Johnston Atoll… Expand Strandtmann (1948) wrote that the nasal mites of birds were poorly known and poorly understood, and that the system of… Expand