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Systematic revision of thirty species of free-living, soil-inhabiting gamasine mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) of North America

Michael K. Hennessey

Systematic revision of thirty species of free-living, soil-inhabiting gamasine mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) of North America

by Michael K. Hennessey

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Published by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America
    • Subjects:
    • Parasitiformes -- North America -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMichael K. Hennessey, Maurice H. Farrier.
      GenreClassification.
      SeriesTechnical bulletin / North Carolina Agricultural Research Service ;, 285, Technical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Research Service) ;, no. 285.
      ContributionsFarrier, Maurice H.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL458.15.P37 H46 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination123 p. :
      Number of Pages123
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1816031M
      LC Control Number89622588
      OCLC/WorldCa19026032


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Systematic revision of thirty species of free-living, soil-inhabiting gamasine mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) of North America by Michael K. Hennessey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Systematic revision of thirty species of free-living, soil-inhabiting gamasine mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) of North America. [Michael K Hennessey; Maurice H Farrier]. Farrier and Hennessey also co-authored Systematic Revision of Thirty Species of Free-Living, Soil-Inhabiting Gamasine Mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) of North America () and Mites of the Family Parasitidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) Inhabiting.

A Revision of the Veigaiidae (Acarina), Mites of the Superfamily Parasitoidea (Acarina: Mesostigmata) Associated with Dendroctonus and Ips (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) Soil-Inhabiting and Free-Living Mesostigmata (Acari-Parasitiformes) from North America: an Annotated Checklist and Bibliography and Index Systematic Revision of Thirty Species of.

The top country for each continent is China ( species) for Asia, Australia ( species) for Oceania, Brazil (76 species) for South America, Kenya (51. Predaceous Mites 1. Ground species. These mites are common in soil, moss, humus and animal waste products where they feed on small arthropods or their eggs, on nematodes, and occasionally on each other.

Predaceous ground forms are commonly long-legged, fast mites equipped with chelate-dentate or stylet-like chelicerae. Full text of "Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)" See other formats. Ikonen () showed that generalizations on feeding habits of mesostigmatic mites based on limited biological information can he misleading; For example, although the chelicerae of Pergamasus species (PARASITIDAE) clearly fit the profile of predators on mites and collembolans (Fig.

3,9D), they also have been observed to feed on nematodes.5/5(20). Resumen La cueva de Altamira, Patrimonio Mundial por la UNESCO (SC/CONF/09, ), contiene unas de las representaciones artísticas paleolíticas más destacadas del mundo.