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The Australian Water Mites A Guide to Families and Genera

Identification Key Monograph
By: Mark S Harvey
150 pages, Col and b/w illus, tabs
Publisher: CSIRO
The Australian Water Mites
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  • The Australian Water Mites ISBN: 9780643063013 Hardback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Water mites occur in almost every known freshwater habitat, and their diversity, both taxonomically and ecologically, makes them a dominant part of the freshwater ecosystems. This book consolidates a large body of work into a generic key for the use of ecologists, taxonomists and other interested scientists.

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Identification Key Monograph
By: Mark S Harvey
150 pages, Col and b/w illus, tabs
Publisher: CSIRO
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