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Nycteriglyphus bifolium n.sp., a new cavernicolous mite associated with bats (Chiroptera) (Acarina: Glycyphagidae)

Strandtmann, R.W.


1962 - Volume: 4 Issue: 4 pages: 623-631


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Acari Nearctic region Texas Glycyphagidae Nycteriglyphus bifolium new species bats

Abstract

Nycteriglyphus bifolium a new species of gfycyphagid mite from a cave inhabited by large numbers of free-tailed bats, T.adarida braziliensis; is described. It is characterized by a pair of exceedingly large, foliacous, gnathosomal setae. The larva, protonymph, deutonymph (tritonymph of authors), male, and female are described. There was no hypopus.

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1962-10-01

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1962 Strandtmann, R.W.
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