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A new subfamily of Acaridae, the Naiadacarinae, from water-filled treeholes (Acarina: Acaridae)

Fashing, N.J.


1974 - Volume: 16 Issue: 1 pages: 166-181


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Acari Acaridae Naiadacarinae Naiadacarus new subfamily new genus new species North America water-filled treeholes

Abstract

A new subfamily of Acaridae, the Naiadacarinae, is established on the basis of a new genus. This genus, Naiadacarus, is comprised of two new species from North America: N. arboricola from the eastern deciduous forest and N. oregonensis from the West coast of the United States. Both species inhabit water-filled treeholes.

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1974-07-31

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© 1974 Fashing, N.J.

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