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Three new species of pyemotid mites associated with commercial mushrooms

Wicht, M.C., Jr.


1970 - Volume: 12 Issue: 2 pages: 262-268


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Acari Pygmephorus athiasae new species commercial mushrooms France

Abstract

Six valid species of pyemotid mites have been associated with commercial mushrooms: Pygmephorus mesembrinae Canestrini, P. tarsalis Hirst, P . quadratus Krczal, P. allmanni Krczal, P. lambi Krczal, and Dolichocybe keiferi Krantz. Three new species of pyemotid mites associated with mushroom production are described: Pygmephorus flechtmanni from Brazil; P . kneeboni from Temple, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; and P. athiasae from France.

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1970-10-15

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1970 Wicht, M.C., Jr.
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