Revision of the subfamily Apoloniinae Leeuwenhoekiidae AcarinaVercammen-Grandjean, P.H. and Kolebinova, M.
1968 - Volume: 10 Issue: 2 pages: 250-268Date published: 1968-04-01
(CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) © 1968 Vercammen-Grandjean, P.H. and Kolebinova, M.
|Number of distinct pdf views:|
|Cited by: view citations with||Share|
Download full article (7.72 Mo)
Download this citation to view with your favorite bibliography software:
|with abstract as||RIS (Zotero, Endnote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks, Mendeley)|
|without abstract as||RIS (Zotero, Endnote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks, Mendeley)|
|BIB (Zotero, BibTeX)|
|TXT (PubMed, Txt)|
KeywordsAcari; Apoloniinae; Leeuwenhoekiidae
AbstractRevision of the subfamily Apoloniinae Wharton, I947. The subfamily Apoloniinae constitutes with Leeztwenhoekiinae the family Leeuwenhoekiidae. Apoloniinae involves seven species ranged in two different tribes: A - Apoloniini n . tr., with slender sensillae, containing four genera each with a single species, and distributed worldwide: Apolonia tigipioensis, on gallinaceans from South America, Vargatula hispida, on mammals from Central America, Womersia strandtmanni, on pelicanids from North Amer:ica, and of recent discovery, Straelensia ezwopaea, on canines from Europe (Bulgaria). B - Sauracarellini n. tr., with expanded sensillae, containing two african genera and three species, all found on lizards: Sattracarella whartoni and S . montana, Afracarella africana n. g. The species Bernia marita Allred and Beck, I966 is incertae sedis.
CommentsPlease read and follow the instructions to post any comment or correction.