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Lardoglyphus konoi and Suidasia pontifica damaging dried, braised sardinelles in Senegal. A scanning electron microscopy study

Gueye-Ndiaye, A. and Marchand, B.


1989 - Volume: 30 Issue: 2 pages: 131-137


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S.E.M. Morphology stored product mites Lardoglyphus Suidasia Senegal

Abstract

Two Astigmata Acaroidea species are for the first time recorded from Senegal in transformed fishes called Keccax. Their morphology is studied by SEM. These species are: Lardoglyphus konoi (Sasa and Asanuma, 1951) Hughes, 1961 (Lardoglyphidae) and Suidasia pontifica Oudemans, 1905, synonym S. medanensis Oudemans, 1924 (Acaridae), (FAIN and PHILIPS, 1978).

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1989-06-20

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1989 Gueye-Ndiaye, A. and Marchand, B.

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