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  A new subgenus and two new species of oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) from Madagascar

Ermilov, Sergey G. and Frolov, Andrey V.
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 3
pages: 798-810

  Mites occurring in farm buildings as allergic agents and indicators in forensic analyses

Solarz, Krzysztof; Pająk, Celina; Pawełczyk, Olga; Bobiński, Rafał; Ciechacka, Maria; Dutka, Mieczysław and Ulman-Włodarz, Izabela
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 1
pages: 36-47

  Theobroma cacao, a new host for Brevipalpus yothersi (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) in Peru

Escobar-Garcia, Hector Alonso; de Andrade, Daniel Júnior; Carrillo, Daniel and Ochoa, Ronald
2021 - Volume: 61, issue: 2
pages: 211-216

  Biodiversity of spider mites (Acari: Tetranychidae) in Serbia: a review, new records and key to all known species

Marić, Ivana; Marčić, Dejean; Petanović, Radmila and Auger, Philippe
2018 - Volume: 58, issue: 1
pages: 3-14

  Observations on acarofauna in four apple orchards of Central Greece. II. Green cover and hedges as potential sources of phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae)

Papaioannou-Souliotis, P.; Markoyiannaki-Printziou, D. and Zeginis, G.
2000 - Volume: 41, issue: 4
pages: 411-421

  Observations on acarofauna in four apple orchards of central Greece. I. Incidence of pedoclimatic conditions and agricultural techniques on phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae)

Markoyiannaki-Printzioui, D.; Papaioannou-Souliotis, P.; Zeginis, G. and Giatropoulos, C.
2000 - Volume: 41, issue: 1-2
pages: 109-126

  Phytoseiidae (Acari) of La Reunion Island

Quilici, S.; Ueckermann, E.A.; Kreiter, S. and Vayssieres, J.-F.
2000 - Volume: 41, issue: 1-2
pages: 97-108

  Acarofauna of a Negev desert loes plain

Steinberger, Y.
1990 - Volume: 31, issue: 4
pages: 313-319

  The feather mites (Acarina) of the Psophiidae (Aves)

Atyeo, W.T. and Gaud, J.
1984 - Volume: 25, issue: 4
pages: 365-375

  Coevolution of feather mites and their hosts

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1980 - Volume: 21, issue: 2
pages: 291-306

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