review of Macrochelidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) of the British Isles;Keith H. Hyatt & Rowan M. Emberson.

by Keith H. Hyatt

Publisher: British Museum(Natural History) in London

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SeriesBulletin. Zoology series / British Museum (Natural History) -- 54/2
ContributionsEmberson, Rowan M.
The Physical Object
PaginationC4.63. 51ill.
Number of Pages63
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Open LibraryOL21529494M
ISBN 100565050389

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Krantz GW () A review of the genus Holocelaeno Berlese, (Acarina: Macrochelidae). Acarologia Suppl –89 Google Scholar Krantz GW (a) Mites as biological control agents of dung-breeding flies, with special reference to the by: 6. The Macrochelidae is a cosmopolitan family of predatory mesostigmatic mites, many of which occupy specialized and often unstable habitats.

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Phoresy on co-occurring flying insects plays a vital role in assuring niche continuity for macrochelids in these Cited by: A review of the Macrochelidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) of the British Isles Vol Page 63 A revision of Haplocaulus Precht, (Ciliophora: Peritrichida) and its morphological relatives.

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and Krantz, G.W. Emberson, R.M. Macrochelidae from the Kermadec Islands and a key to species of Macrocheles Latreille from the New Zealand region (Acari: Mesostigmata). New Zealand entomologist 7(2): – DOI: / Reference page. Three new records and a key to the Iranian species of Macrochelidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) Abst ract Book of 16th Plant P r otect ion A brief general review of some of the earlier.

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Macrochelidae is a family of mites in the order Mesostigmata, containing the following genera and species: Aethosoma Krantz, Aethosoma burchellestes Krantz, Class: Arachnida. Program & Abstract Book of the S econd The study presents a review of the European fauna of Eviphididae (Acari: Mesostigmata), based on over 4, specimens, including type specimens in the.

Macrocheles muscaedomesticae (Acari, Macrochelidae) and a species of Uroseius between attractive flies and fresh manure (FARISH & AXTELL, ). In Gamasina (Macrochelidae and Parasitidae) and Uropodina, which use phoretic displacement, the host aids dispersion when there is some similarity between the habitats of the phoretic mites and the.

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This work is the first study of Cited by: 1. The group of species related to Macrocheles muscaedomesticae includes six species in Australia: M.

feehani, sp, nov., M. kappa, sp, nov., M. muscaedomesticae (Scopoli), M. novaezelandiae Emberson, M. paralius, sp. nov., M. similis Krantz & Filipponi. The females of these species are described or re-described and keyed, and descriptions are given of most of the previously unknown males and Cited by: Felidae (Felidae, #1), Francis (Felidae, #2), Cave Canem (Felidae, #3), Das Duell (Felidae, #4), Salve Roma.

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