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New species of Laelapidae and Ascidae from Egypt: genera Androlaelaps and Blattisocius (Acari: Gamasida)

Basha, A.-A.E. and Yousef, A.-T.A.


2000 - Volume: 41 Issue: 4 pages: 395-402


Keywords

Acari Gamasida Laelapidae Ascidae Androlaelaps bayoumi n. sp. Blattisocius apis n. sp. Blattisocius capsicum n. sp. Egypt

Abstract

A laelapid and two ascid mite species are recorded and identified as new to science. The laelapid Androlaelaps bayoumi n. sp. was found to be phoretic on honey bee workers, Apis mellifera, in the Kom - Hamada district, Behira Governorate, Egypt. Blattisocius apis n. sp. was collected from a brood of A. mellifera in Moshtohor district, Qualubia Governorate, Egypt; while B. capsicum n. sp. occurred in association with the immature stages of a psocopterous insect inhabiting the stored hot pepper, Capsicum annuum in Zagazig district, Sharkia Governorate, Egypt.

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Date accepted:
2000-07
Date published:
2001-09-25

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