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  Functional response of the predatory mite, Typhlodromus bagdasarjani (Acari: Phytoseiidae) to protonymphs of Eotetranychus frosti (Acari: Tetranychidae) on four apple cultivars

Jafarian, Fatemeh; Jafari, Shahriar and Fathipour, Yaghoub
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 2
pages: 454-464

  The soil mite Cunaxa capreolus (Acari: Cunaxidae) as a predator of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita and the citrus Nematode, Tylenchulus semipenetrans: Implications for biological control

Al-Azzazy, Mahmoud M. and Al-Rehiayani, Suloiman M.
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 1
pages: 174-185

  Functional and numerical responses of the predator Amblyseius swirskii to its prey Tetranychus turkestani in the laboratory

Rahmani Piyani, Atefeh; Shishehbor, Parviz; Kocheili, Farhan and Riddick, Eric W.
2021 - Volume: 61, issue: 4
pages: 901-909

  Is Geckobiella stamii (Acari: Pterygosomatidae) a hyperparasite or phoretic on Amblyomma dissimile (Acari: Ixodidae) associated with Iguana iguana from Panama?

Domínguez, Lillian G.; Lezcano, Juan J.; Rodríguez, Indra; Miranda, Roberto J. and Bermúdez, Sergio C.
2020 - Volume: 60, issue: 1
pages: 40-44

  Climatic and cultivar effects on phytoseiid species establishment and seasonal abundance on citrus

Warburg, Sharon; Gafni, Roni; Inbar, Moshe; Gal, Shira; Palevsky, Eric and Sadeh, Asaf
2019 - Volume: 59, issue: 4
pages: 443-455

  A predator-prey system: Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae): worldwide occurrence datasets

Migeon, Alain; Tixier, Marie-Stéphane; Navajas, Maria; Litskas, Vassilis D. and Stavrinides, Menelaos C.
2019 - Volume: 59, issue: 3
pages: 301-307

  Mites associated with egg masses of the viburnum leaf beetle Pyrrhalta viburni (Paykull) on Viburnum tinus L.

Desurmont, Gaylord A.; Kerdellant, Elven; Pfingstl, Tobias; Auger, Phillipe; Tixier, Marie-Stéphane and Kreiter, Serge
2019 - Volume: 59, issue: 1
pages: 57-72

  Tritrophic relationships among tomato cultivars, the rust mite, Aculops lycopersici (Massee) (Eriophyidae), and its predators

Aysan, Elif and Kumral, Nabi Alper
2018 - Volume: 58, issue: Suppl
pages: 5-17

  Interactions between the citrus bud mite Aceria sheldoni (Acari: Eriophyidae) and lemon host tree in a Mediterranean area

Vacante, V. and Bonsignore, C.P.
2016 - Volume: 56, issue: 2
pages: 167-174

  Effects of agroforestry on Phytoseiidae communities (Acari: Mesostigmata) in vineyards. A synthesis of a 10-year period of observations

Tixier, M.S.; Arnaud, A.; Douin, M. and Kreiter, S.
2015 - Volume: 55, issue: 4
pages: 361-375

  Olfactory responses of Phytoseiulus persimilis to rose plants with or without prey or competitors

Maleknia, B.; Golpayegani, A.Z.; Saboori, A. and Magalhaes, S.
2013 - Volume: 53, issue: 3
pages: 273-284

  Plant-mediated aboveground-belowground interactions: the spider mite perspective

Hoffmann, D. and Schausberger, P.
2012 - Volume: 52, issue: 1
pages: 17-27

  Culicidae and water mites: parasitism under Mediterranean climatic conditions

Mathieu, B.; Bertrand, L.; Peyrusse, V.; Schaffner, F. and Bertrand, M.
2007 - Volume: 47, issue: 1-2
pages: 55-61

  Seasonal population dynamics of the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae Koch (Acari: Tetranychidae) under acaricide constraint on eggplant in Bursa Province (Turkey)

Kumral, N.A. and Kovanci, B.
2005 - Volume: 45, issue: 4
pages: 295-301

  Association between neotropical burrowing spiders (Araneae: Nemesiidae) and mites (Acari: Heterostigmata, Scutacaridae)

Ebermann, E. and Goloboff, P.A.
2001 - Volume: 42, issue: 2
pages: 173-184

  Leg size affects male mating success in Tarsonemus confusus Ewing (Prostigmata: Tarsonemidae)

Garga, N.; Proctor, H. and Belczewski, R.
1997 - Volume: 38, issue: 4
pages: 369-375

  Spider mite webbing. V. The effect of various host plants

Gerson, U. and Aronowitz, A.
1981 - Volume: 22, issue: 3
pages: 277-281

  Experiments on predator-prey interactions of storage mites

Solomon, M.E.
1969 - Volume: 11, issue: 3
pages: 484-503

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