Astigmatic mites

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  Does artificial selection for fixed prey preference affect learning in a predatory mite? Experiments to unravel mechanisms underlying polyphagy in Hypoaspis aculeifer

Sabelis, M.W. and Lesna, I.
2010 - Volume: 50, issue: 2
pages: 257-268

  Descriptions of two new species of sand inhabitant Astigmata (Acari)

Fain, A.; Coineau, Y. and Andre, H.M.
1993 - Volume: 34, issue: 2
pages: 149-158

  Notes on two Astigmatic mites (Acari) living in beehives in Thailand

Fain, A. and Gerson, U.
1990 - Volume: 31, issue: 4
pages: 381-384

  The effect of temperature on the efficiency of extracting astigmatic mites from hay - a trial with a heat extractor

Klen, T. and Leskinen, L.
1989 - Volume: 30, issue: 3
pages: 255-260

  The life-cycle of two astigmatic mites, Glycyphagus (Zapodacarus) newyorkensis (Fain, 1969) comb. nov. and Glycyphagus (Zapodacarus) zapus sp. n. (Glycyphagidae)

Fain, A.; Spicka, E.J.; Jones, G.S. and Whitaker, J.O., Jr.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 2
pages: 155-169

  New superfamilies for astigmatic mites parasitic on birds

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

  New observations on mites collected by Trave,J Dr in Saint-Paul and New-Amsterdam Islands (Astigmata)

Fain, A.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 3
pages: 553-567

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