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Systematics and Host Plant Affiliations of Hummingbird Flower Mites of the Genera Tropicoseius Baker and Yunker and Rhinoseius Baker and Yunker (Acari: Mesotigmata: Ascidae)

By: P Naskrecki and RK Colwell
186 pages, no illustrations
Systematics and Host Plant Affiliations of Hummingbird Flower Mites of the Genera Tropicoseius Baker and Yunker and Rhinoseius Baker and Yunker (Acari: Mesotigmata: Ascidae)
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  • Systematics and Host Plant Affiliations of Hummingbird Flower Mites of the Genera Tropicoseius Baker and Yunker and Rhinoseius Baker and Yunker (Acari: Mesotigmata: Ascidae) ISBN: 9780938522676 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Presents a cladistic analysis and systematic revision of two primarily neotropical mite genera, Tropicoseius Baker & Yunker and Rhinoseius Baker & Yunker are presented. The two genera and five of their species are redescribed, and eleven species of Tropicoseius and one species of Rhinoseius are described as new.

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By: P Naskrecki and RK Colwell
186 pages, no illustrations
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