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  Nasal mites from specimens of the brown-headed cowbird (Icteridae: Molothrus ater) from Texas and Arkansas, U.S.A.

Hilario-PĂ©rez, Alexis D. and Dowling, Ashley P.G.
2018 - Volume: 58, issue: 2
pages: 296-301

  Two new nasal mites of the genus Ptilonyssus (Mesostigmata: Rhinonyssidae) from Texas

Spicer, G.S.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 4
pages: 594-601

  New Rhinonyssidae Acarina Mesostigmata

Fain, A.
1972 - Volume: 14, issue: 3
pages: 357-364

  A specialized method of penetration of the nasal mucosa utilized by mites of the family Rhinonyssidae

Feider, Z. and Mironescu, I.
1972 - Volume: 14, issue: 1
pages: 21-31

  The nasal mites of Cuban birds. 2. Ptilonyssidae and Rhinonyssidae (Acarina: Mesostigmata)

Calif, V. and Dusbabek, F.
1970 - Volume: 12, issue: 3
pages: 479-491

  Nasal mites from Mexican birds. 1. Rhinonyssidae (Mesostigmata) from the host family Tyrannidae

Hyland, K.E. and Moorhouse, A.
1970 - Volume: 12, issue: 1
pages: 43-58

  Two new species of bird nasal mites from New-Guinea (Acari, Mesostigmata, Rhinonyssidae)

Sakakibara, I.
1968 - Volume: 10, issue: 3
pages: 426-431

  Ptilonyssus sturnopastoris sp. nov., parasite of an asiatic bird (Rhinonyssidae: Mesostigmata)

Fain, A.
1963 - Volume: 5, issue: 1
pages: 1-4

  Sternostoma longiseta, a new species of nasal mite from the eastern kingbird with notes on the occurrence of Tyranninyssus spinosus Brooks and Strandtmann in southern Michigan (Acarina: Rhinonyssidae)

Hyland, K.E.
1961 - Volume: 3, issue: 3
pages: 279-284

  Ptilonyssus constrictus, a new species of avian nasal mite (Acarina, Rhinonyssidae)

Ford, H.G.
1961 - Volume: 3, issue: 2
pages: 139-146

  Bhinonyssidae (Acari) from Madagascar. Agapornyssinae, n. s.-fam.; Agapornyssus, n. g.; Agapornyssus faini n. sp.; Ptilonyssus madagascariejisis n. sp. et Neonyssus marcandrei n. sp.; parasites of nasal cavities and lungs of Malgalasy birds

Gretillat, S.; Capron, A. and Brygoo, E.R.
1959 - Volume: 1, issue: 4
pages: 375-384

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