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The predatory mite family Leptolaelapidae Karg (Acarina, Parasitiformes)

Karg, W.

1997 - Volume: 38 Issue: 3 pages: 207-218

Date published: 1997-12-15
(CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) © 1997 Karg, W.

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Keywords
morphology; taxonomy; distribution; identification keys
Abstract
Two new species and two new genera of the Leptolaelapidae are described and separated by differential features. Keys for the determination of 11 genera and 42 species are proposed. The distribution of the family corresponds to the former Gondwana supercontinent.

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