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Revision of Tyrophagus Oudemans (Acari: Acaridae) of New Zealand and Australia Zhi-Qiang Zhang & Qing-Hai Fan Landcare Research Private Bag 92170
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Acaridae: Astigmata) on Oryctes agamemnon (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in UAE MOHAMMAD ALI AL-DEEB1 AND MOHAMED RIZK ENAN Department of Biology, College of Science, UAE
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Revision of Rhizoglyphus Claparède (Acari: Acaridae) of Australasia and Oceania QING-HAI FAN* & ZHI-QIANG ZHANG Landcare Research, Private Bag 92170, Auckland, New
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Nov. (Acari: Acaridae) from India with taxonomic comments on the genus Caloglyphus. Ind. J. Acarol. 7 (1): 37-43. Samsinak, K .1980.
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these Acaridae and Tyroglyphidae were harmful and Cheyletidae and Pyemotidae were predatory and parasitic. All four families were found infesting gram stored in all
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(Acarina, Acaridae),” Agric. Biol. Chem., vol. 53, pp. 295-298, 1989.  T. Suzuki, K. Haga, W. S. Leal, S. Kodama, and Y. Kuwahara, “Secretion of thrips.
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(Acari: Acaridae) from Australia and New Zealand: identification, host plants and geographical distribution. Systematic & Applied Acarology Special Publications
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sp. (Acari: Acaridae) was the most common mite on R. ﬂavipes and R. virginicus. Histiostoma formosana Phillipsen and Coppel (Acari: Acaridae) was the dom-
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sp. (Acaridae). These mites, recovered from a variety of ornamental plant genera, are potentially serious pests. Of special importance is B. phoenicis because it is a
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(Acaridae: Astigmata) on Oryctes agamemnon Burmeister (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in UAE. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 12: 157-160. Bedford GO. 1980.
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Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Acaridae) foram avaliados através de testes intradérmicos em 45 cães, dos quais 20 normais e 25 com dermatite alérgica.
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putrescentiae (Schrank, 1781) (Astigmata: Acaridae) is in the second among the harmful mites (1.36 %), Tyrophagus similis Volgin, 1946 (Astigmata: Acaridae),
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Acaridae) to methyl bromide. Journal of Stored Products Research 2: 247-249. Barker, P.S. 1967. Effect of humidity and temperature on the biology of Aëroglyphus robus-
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Acaridae)" by Díaz et al. was published in 2000 in Experimental and Applied Acarology, Volume 24: 85-113. The two most important and widespread bulb mite
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Acaridae, Glycyphagidae and Chortoglyphidae [1, 11, 14]. Mites of the genera Acarus, Tyrophagus (Acaridae), Lepidoglyphus and Glycyphagus (Glycyphagidae) are
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ily Acaridae-Tyroglyphidae-a group which are not usually considered field pests. Many are associated with decay- ing organic matter, decaying bulbs and tubers, and
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Acarina Acaridae Flour mite Acarus siro Minor Table 2. Mean number of the most important insect pests of maize recorded from maize grain samples in Jimma Zone of
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the Acaridae, was found in a wide range of commodities (Haines 1997). Under moist conditions (12 -18 % moisture content, MC) and warm summer temperature, a
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• ACARIDAE • Tyrophagus sp. • Fungal feeders. United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine
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(Acaridae, Sarcoptiformes). Acarologia 21:477–481. Zachvatkin AA (1941) Fauna of the USSR, Arachnoidea Vol VI (1) Tyroglyphoidea (Acari). Translated and
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(Acaridae, Acarina) in North America. Acarologia 10: 493-499. 22. 1968. Whitaker, J.O., Jr. Relationship of Mus, Peromyscus, and Microtus to the major
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Hypopi (phoretic deutonymphs of mites, mainly Acaridae) tended to outnumber all other mites combined, especially in traps with larger arthropods. They
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Acaridae Tyrophagus pulrescentiae Schrank, 1781 Caloglyphus sp. Other Histiostomatidac Histiostoma sp. Oribatei Phytoseiidae Typhlodromus sp. Ameroseiidae
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Acaridae family (Acarus siro L.) and to the Prostigmata order, Cheyletidae family ( Cheyletus spp.) (Table 5). Eighteen insect species were detected in the
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mites (Acari: Acaridae) inhabiting the parenchyma tissues and chambers of galls was counted. Statistical Analyses. Individual galls were consid-ered experimental units.
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Acarus siro family Acaridae Tyrophagus putrescentiae family Acaridae
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the glistening mites (family Tarsonemidae), storage mites (families Acaridae, Glycyphagidae and Chortoglyphidae) and the predatory mites (family Cheyletidae),
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Tyrophagus neiswanderi Johnston et Bruce (Acari; Acaridae). Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d’Arboriculture et d’Horticulture 25(2): 103-104.
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tested including 5 species of Acaridae (Acarus siro Linnaeus, Aleuroglyphus ovatus Troupeau, Sancassania rodionovi Zachvatkin .