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  Feather mites (Acariformes: Astigmata) of the brown noddy, Anous stolidus (L.) (Charadriiformes: Laridae), with description of two new species from Brazil

Akashi Hernandes, Fabio and Brito, Guilherme R. R.
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 2
pages: 317-331

  Two new species of feather mites of the subfamily Pterodectinae (Analgoidea: Proctophyllodidae) from Indonesia

Constantinescu, Ioana Cristina; Chişamera, Gabriel Bogdan; Petrescu, Angela and Adam, Costică
2019 - Volume: 59, issue: 2
pages: 196-210

  Two new feather mite species of the genus Montesauria Oudemans (Analgoidea: Proctophyllodidae) from thrushes (Passeriformes: Turdidae) in the Indian Subcontinent

Constantinescu, Ioana Cristina; Popa, Oana Paula; Popa, Luis Ovidiu; Cobzaru, Ioana; Mukhim, D. Khlur B. and Adam, Costică
2018 - Volume: 58, issue: 4
pages: 881-896

  Feather mites (Acariformes: Analgoidea) associated with the hairy woodpecker Leuconotopicus villosus (Piciformes: Picidae) in Panama

Mironov, Sergey V. and Bermudez, Sergio
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 4
pages: 941-955

  Like a glove: do the dimensions of male adanal suckers and tritonymphal female docking papillae correlate in the Proctophyllodidae (Astigmata: Analgoidea)?

Byers, K.A. and Proctor, H.C.
2014 - Volume: 54, issue: 1
pages: 3-14

  Avian feather mites (Acari: Astigmata) of Samsun, Turkey

Gurler, A.T.; Mironov, S.V. and Erciyes-Yavuz, K.
2013 - Volume: 53, issue: 1
pages: 17-23

  New feather mite taxa (Acari: Analgoidea) and mites collected from native and introduced birds of New Zealand

Mironov, S.V. and Galloway, T.D.
2001 - Volume: 42, issue: 2
pages: 185-201

  Eight new genera in the family Analgidae (Acarina, Analgoidea)

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 2
pages: 163-182

  Three new species of Fainalges Gaud and Berla (Analgoidea: Xolalgidae) with descriptions of their developmental series

Mejia-Gonzalez, E. and Perez, T.M.
1988 - Volume: 29, issue: 1
pages: 73-86

  The Trouessartia (Analgoidea, Trouessartiidae) parasites of the Old World swallows .2. The minutipes group

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1987 - Volume: 28, issue: 4
pages: 367-379

  The Trouessartia (Analgoidea, Trouessartiidae), parasites of Old World swallows. I. The appendiculata group

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1986 - Volume: 27, issue: 3
pages: 263-274

  Acari of the genus Pteronyssoides (Avenzoariidae, Analgoidea) parasite of eurafrican swallows

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 3
pages: 295-306

  The feather mite family Xolalgidae, Dubinin, new status (feather mites, Sarcoptiforms, Analgoidea) - The subfamily Ingrassiinae, n. sub-fam.

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1981 - Volume: 22, issue: 1
pages: 63-79

  Geranolichus Gaud and related genera (Acarina, Analgoidea, Pterolichidae)

Atyeo, W.T. and Gaud, J.
1980 - Volume: 21, issue: 3-4
pages: 487-495

  New superfamilies for astigmatic mites parasitic on birds

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 4
pages: 678-685

  The genus Cheiloceras Trouessart, 1898 (Analgoidea: Falculiferidae)

Atyeo, W.T. and Gaud, J.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 3
pages: 494-512

  The feather mite family Alloptidae Gaud. 4. A new genus of Alloptinae (Acarina, Analgoidea)

Peterson, P.C. and Atyeo, W.T.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 2
pages: 318-330

  A new name for Ovacarus and Ovacaridae (Acarina: Analgoidea)

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 3
pages: 568-569

  The feather mite family Alloptidae Gaud. 2. The Oxyalginae, new subfamily (Analgoidea)

Peterson, P.C. and Atyeo, W.T.
1971 - Volume: 13, issue: 4
pages: 651-668

  The feather mite genus Freyanella Dubinin, 1953 (Analgoidea: Pterolichidae)

Atyeo, W.T.; Gaud, J. and Humphreys, W.J.
1971 - Volume: 13, issue: 2
pages: 383-409

  Sarcoptiform feather mites Analgoidea parasitic on Apterygiformes

Gaud, J. and Atyeo, W.T.
1970 - Volume: 12, issue: 2
pages: 402-414

  Echineustathia, new genus of the subfamily Eustathiinae (Analgoidea, Pterolichidae)

Gaud, J. and McDaniel, B.
1969 - Volume: 11, issue: 3
pages: 602-605

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