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Pilogalumna cozadensis, a new species of galumnid from Nebraska, U.S.A

Nevin, F.R.


1975 - Volume: 17 Issue: 4 pages: 751-758


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Acari Pilogalumna cozadensis Nebraska new species

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Pilogalmnna cozadensis, a new species of galumnid from Nebraska, U.S.A. Size: L. 0.526 mm. W. 0.363 mm; interlamellar setae 0.02 mm to 0.04 mm, much shorter than the lamellar or rostral setae; notogastral setae minute; presence of seta ti indicated by alveoli; genital seta g2 in the anterior border of the genital plate; adanal seta, ad3, anteriolateral to the lyrifissure iad, head of the sensillus bluntly pointed and with scattered barbs extending upon the pedicel; epimeral seta la present but minute.

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1976-05-26

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