Volume 29 Issue 1



  Additions to the British and Irish mites of the genus Veigaia (Acari, Veigaiidae) with a key to the species

Till, W.M.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 3-12

  Some Phytoseiid mites from Kenya, with description of three new species

de Moraes, G.J. and McMurtry, J.A.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 13-18

  Systematics of the Parasitiformes. 499. Two new species of Nenteria from New-Guinea and Uruguay (Trichouropodini, Uropodinae) - Nenteria bellissima n. sp. and Nenteria uruguayensis n. sp.

Wisniewski, J. and Hirschmann, W.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 19-34

  Imparipes (Imparipes) Pselaphidorum n. sp., a new Scutacarid species phoretic upon African beetles (Acari, Scutacaridae, Coleoptera, Pselaphidae)

Ebermann, E.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 35-42

  Four new species of the genus Imparipes (Acarina, Tarsonemina, Scutacaridae) from Ireland

Momen, F.M. and Curry, J.P.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 43-50

  A new homonyme in the genus Podothrombium Berlese, 1910 (Acari, Actinedida, Trombidiidae)

Gabrys, G.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 51-52

  Notes on the genus Rhizoglyphus Clarapede, 1869 (Acari, Acaridae), with description of two new species

Fain, A.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 53-62

  The genera Pterophagoides and Byersalges (Falculiferidae, Pterolichoidea), feather parasites of Columbidae

Gaud, J. and Barre, N.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 63-71

  Three new species of Fainalges Gaud and Berla (Analgoidea: Xolalgidae) with descriptions of their developmental series

Mejia-Gonzalez, E. and Perez, T.M.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 73-86

  A new Mexican arboreal Mycobates (Oribatei, Mycobatidae)

Palacios-Vargas, J.G. and Vázquez, I.M.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 87-93

  Researchs on the thelytokous parthenogenesis of two species of Oribatid mites - Trhypochthonius tectorum (Berlese) and Platynothrus peltifer (Koch) .4. Observations on atavic males

Taberly, G.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 95-107

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