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  New geographical and host record of bat ectoparasite Steatonyssus (Steatonyssus) afer Radovsky and Yunker, 1963 (Mesostigmata: Gamasina: Macronyssidae)

Orlova, Maria V.; Laverty, Theresa M.; Reeves, Will K.; Gratton, Elena M.; Davies, Mallory L. and Anisimov, Nikolay V.
2020 - Volume: 60, issue: 4
pages: 951-958

  Survey of European mites from the suborder Uropodina: II. Morphology, geographical distribution, biology, and ecology of Trematurella elegans (Kramer, 1882)

Błoszyk, Jerzy; Adamski, Zbigniew and Napierała, Agnieszka
2018 - Volume: 58, issue: 3
pages: 683-709

  Occurrence of the mite Ophionyssus natricis (Acari: Macronyssidae) on captive snakes from Panama

Miranda, Roberto J.; Cleghorn, John E.; Bermudez, Sergio E. and Perotti, Maria A.
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 2
pages: 365-368

  Phytophagous and predatory mites on olive trees in Tunisia. Catalogue, description of one new species and key for identification (Acari, Eriophyidae, Tetranychidae, Tenuipalpidae and Phytoseiidae)

Chatti, Amel; Kreiter, Serge; Lebdi-Grissa, Kaouthar and Ksantini, Mohieddine
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 2
pages: 233-254

  Arhodeoporus, Camactognathus, Plegadognathus, and Winlundia (Acari: Halacaridae), re-evaluation and geographical distribution

Bartsch, I.
2016 - Volume: 56, issue: 4
pages: 553-571

  Two new species of the genus Trichoribates from Central Japan (Acari: Oribatida: Ceratozetidae)

Maruyama, I.; Shimano, S. and Bayartogtokh, B.
2016 - Volume: 56, issue: 2
pages: 213-224

  Fragmented host distribution and trombiculid parasitic load: Eutrombicula araucanensis and Liolaemus pictus in Chile

Espinoza-Carniglia, M.; Silva de la Fuente, M.C.; Perez, A.; Victoriano, P.F. and Moreno Salas, L.
2015 - Volume: 55, issue: 2
pages: 209-217

  The Agauopsis brevipalpus group (Acari: Halacaridae), descriptions of tropical Indo-West Pacific species, a key to all species, their geographical distribution and reflections on dispersal routes

Bartsch, I.
2015 - Volume: 55, issue: 2
pages: 147-169

  Revision of the genus Neoseiulella Muma (Acari: Phytoseiidae). Re-description of species, synonymies assessment, biogeography, plant supports and key to adult females

Kanouh, M.; Kreiter, S.; Douin, M. and Tixier, M.-S.
2012 - Volume: 52, issue: 3
pages: 259-348

  Occurrence of a Mediterranean species in Central Europe and Asia, with notes on the generic status and biogeography of Simkinia and Hemileius (Acari: Oribatida)

Bayartogtokh, B.; Schatz, H.; Fischer, B.M. and Smelyansky, I.E.
2011 - Volume: 51, issue: 3
pages: 359-370

  Geographical occurrence and host associations of Aponychus, Paraponychus and Stylophoronychus species (Tetranychidae: Tetranychinae)

Hernandes, F.A. and Feres, R.J.F.
2010 - Volume: 50, issue: 4
pages: 495-499

  A world review of the genus Phytoscutus Muma (Phytoseiidae: Acari)

Yoshida-Shaul, E. and Chant, D.A.
1997 - Volume: 38, issue: 3
pages: 219-238

  Tricheremaeus travei n. sp. a new Oribatid mite from East Slovakia

Miko, L.
1993 - Volume: 34, issue: 2
pages: 177-186

  Dichotomous key to Ixodidae of Europe. I. Larvae of Ixodes

Marquez, F.J.; Morel, P.C.; Guiguen, C. and Beaucournu, J.C.
1992 - Volume: 33, issue: 4
pages: 325-330

  About the genus Pholeoixodes parasitic upon Carnivora in Switzerland

Toutoungi, L.N.; Gern, L.; Aeschlimann, A. and Debrot, S.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 4
pages: 311-328

  A new species of Bak (Acari, Cheyletidae) from Thailand, with a key to species

Gerson, U. and Fain, A.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 1
pages: 17-21

  Five species of Tenuipalpidae (Acari, Tetranychoidea) living on conifers in France and three of their predators - Karyotype of Oligomerismus oregonensis

Gutierrez, J.; Kreiter, S.; Bolland, H.R. and Cotton, D.
1989 - Volume: 30, issue: 1
pages: 51-58

  Mites of the genus Schizocarpus Trouessart, 1896 (Acari, Chirodiscidae) from Alaska and Indiana, USA

Fain, A. and Whitaker, J.O.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 4
pages: 395-409

  System of the Phthiracaroidea (Oribatida, Euptyctima)

Niedbala, W.
1986 - Volume: 27, issue: 1
pages: 61-84

  Procericola bourgognei (Oudemans, 1923) (Acari, Canestriniidae) on carabid beetles in South Sweden

Lundquist, L.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 4
pages: 381-384

  Crinitodiscus beieri Sellnick and Orientidiscus n. subgen from the Eastern Mediterranean region, with description of two new species and biogeographical remarks (Anactinotrichida, Uropodina)

Athias-Binche, F. and Bloszyk, J.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 4
pages: 319-334

  Mites of the genus Megninia (Analgidae) parasitic upon Gallus gallus

Gaud, J.; Atyeo, W.T. and Barre, N.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 2
pages: 171-182

  Schizosthetus n. g. (type Eugamasus lyriformis McGr. and Farr., 1969) with two new species (Parasitiformes, Parasitidae)

Athias-Henriot, C.
1982 - Volume: 23, issue: 3
pages: 207-214

  Agaue corollata group, geographical distribution and description of two new species

Bartsch, I.
1982 - Volume: 23, issue: 1
pages: 45-53

  Notes on the Listrophoridae (Acari, Astigmata). I. Geographical distribution, morphological characters and key to genera

Fain, A.
1981 - Volume: 22, issue: 3
pages: 305-312

  Watermites (Acari, Prostigmata) from Iran .5. Hydrovolzia persica, nov. spec.

Bader, C. and Sepasgozarian, H.
1980 - Volume: 21, issue: 1
pages: 70-83

  Genus Crotonia Thorell 1876 (Acari-Cryptostigmata)

Wallwork, J.A.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 3
pages: 513-539

  Discordances between geographical distribution areas of feather Sarcoptiform mites and their hosts

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 2
pages: 329-344

  Ixodidae from the Champagne-Ardennes district, France. Preliminary results

Panas, E.; Leger, N.; Kretz, J.L. and Dumesnil, C.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 1
pages: 51-55

  To the phylogeny of genera of the family Myobiidae (Acarina)

Dusbabek, F.
1969 - Volume: 11, issue: 3
pages: 537-574

  Some observations on Antarctic Oribatei (Acarina). Liochthonius australis sp. n. and two Oppia ssp. n

Covarrubias, R.
1968 - Volume: 10, issue: 2
pages: 313-356

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