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  Ontogeny of South African intertidal oribatid mite species (Acari, Oribatida, Ameronothroidea) and supplements to adult morphology.

Hugo-Coetzee, Elizabeth A.; Baumann, Julia; Neethling, Jan-Andries; Bardel-Kahr, Iris and Pfingstl, Tobias
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 3
pages: 721-753

  Amblyseius bellatulus Tseng (Acari: Phytoseiidae): neotype designation with first description of a male

Liao, Jhih-Rong; Ho, Chyi-Chen and Ko, Chiun-Cheng
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 2
pages: 323-335

  Dugès’ caudatus is a Tenuipalpidae and not a Tydeidae (Acari)

André, H.M.
2011 - Volume: 51, issue: 1
pages: 69-85

  Halacarus ctenopus Gosse, 1855 (Acari, Halacaridae), description of the neotype

Bartsch, I.
2003 - Volume: 43, issue: 1-2
pages: 23-28

  On the identity of Phytoseius plumifer (Canestrini and Fanzago, 1876) (Acari: Phytoseiidae)

Duso, C. and Fontana, P.
2001 - Volume: 42, issue: 2
pages: 127-136

  A new Cunaxid subfamily and the neotype designation of Cunaxoides croceus (Koch, 1838) (Prostigmata, Acari)

Denheyer, J.
1979 - Volume: 20, issue: 3
pages: 338-350

  A neotype and new species of Planodiscus (Acarina: Uropodina) found on doryline ants

Elzinga, R.J. and Rettenmeyer, C.W.
1966 - Volume: 8, issue: 2
pages: 191-199

  Trombicula minor Berlese (Acarina, Trombiculidae): Designation of neotype with larval and post-larval stages from Malayan bats, and new name, Myotrombicula dilaratni, for T. minor, Cooreman, 1960 nec Berlese, 1905

Audy, J.R.; Nadchatram, M.; Loomis, R.B. and Traub, R.
1965 - Volume: 7, issue: Suppl
pages: 1-33

  In search of a valid neotype for Trombicula minor Berlese 1905, the missing representative of the high family Trombiculidae (Acarina)

Vercammen-Grandjean, P.H.
1962 - Volume: 4, issue: 3
pages: 369-380

  Contribution to the study of the Afghanistan fauna 75. 1 - Two new species of nymph of Trombiculidae collected in a cave in Afghanistan

Vercammen-Grandjean, P.H.
1962 - Volume: 4, issue: 3
pages: 362-368

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