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Acarorum Catalogus, Volume 1 Acariformes: Calyptostomatoidea (Calyptostomatidae), Erythraeoidea (Smarididae, Erythraeidae) [Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume 72]

Flora / Fauna
Series: Acarorum Catalogus Volume: 1
By: Petar Beron
271 pages, no illustrations
Acarorum Catalogus, Volume 1
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The first volume of the series "Acarorum Catalogus" is focused on the superfamilies Calyptostomatoidea and Erythraeoidea of the world. More than 750 species are listed therein, with synonymies and citations in various papers. The book also contains a list of by-country distributions and a list of the authors who published on any known species from these groups. There are other lists including hosts of the larvae of these mites, species inquirendae, and a synopsis of the many new combinations. The bibliography alone consists of more than 1,000 titles. The first volume of the series virtually represents a pattern to take in the next volumes on other mite or tick groups to follow.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Acarorum Catalogus Volume: 1
By: Petar Beron
271 pages, no illustrations
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