brief survey of mites associated with Arthropoda with special reference to the Coleoptera and the Gamasid mites by Abraham Spies

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Subjects:

  • Mites,
  • Arthropoda -- Parasites,
  • Parasitiformes,
  • Beetles -- Parasites

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 25-27.

Book details

Statementby A. Spies.
SeriesPublications of the University College of the North, ser. A, no. 4
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL458 .S64
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4296718M
LC Control Number78324932

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A population survey of spider mites and phytoseiid mites was conducted on Japanese pear leaves in a greenhouse. For the survey, the method to estimate phytoseiid mite species composition using quantitative sequencing was modified to be applicable for phytoseiid mite species inhabiting in the greenhouse.

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The tropical rat mite, Ornithonyssus bacoti, (Hirst), was the most abundant species collected (Table 1), but % of mites were from the sole indoor mixed-use location (site E). The spiny rat mite, which reflects both Laelaps echidnina and Laelaps nuttalli, were recovered from all sites (Table 1) and it infested % of all rats (Table 2).

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