Volume 19 Issue 2



  Moth ear mites: new findings and a new species from North America

Treat, A.E.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 183-200

  The morphology of the preimaginal stages of the West European Ixodidae s. str. IV. Generality on the sub-genus Ixodes (Ixodes)

Morel, P.C. and Perez, C.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 201-208

  Geographic variation in size of an Antarctic mite Tydeus erebus Strandtmann (Acarina - Prostigmata)

Rounsevell, D.E.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 209-219

  The spide rmite Tetranychus fijiensis Hirst on the betelnut palm

Daniel, M.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 220-221

  Biology of the citrus brown mite, Eutetranychus orientalis as affected by some citrus species

Rasmy, A.H.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 222-224

  Further studies on the family Cheyletiellidae (Acarina)

Smiley, R.L.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 225-241

  Studies on internal anatomy of Calyptostomidae (Acari, Trombidiformes)

Vistorin-Theis, G.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 242-257

  Some Actinedida (Prostigmata) in the soil of North America. IX. New larval forms of Trombidiidae (Acari)

Robaux, P.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 258-271

  New and rare water mites (Hydrachnellae, Acari) from Guatemala. Part 3

Viets, K.O.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 272-297

  A simple method for inducing the eclosion of pilicolous and endofollicular hypopi and demonstrating the presence of endocutaneous parasitic mites

Fain, A.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 298-301

  Domestic Acarina of Colombia: occurrence and distribution of Acari in house dust

Charlet, L.D.; Mulla, M.S. and Sanchez-Medina, M.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 302-317

  The feather mite family Alloptidae Gaud. 4. A new genus of Alloptinae (Acarina, Analgoidea)

Peterson, P.C. and Atyeo, W.T.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 318-330

  The genus Damaeus Koch (Acarina: Oribatei) in the eastern United States

Norton, R.A.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 331-353

  International commission on zoological nomenclature announcement

Anonymous
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 354-354

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