Phthiracaridae



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  Ptyctimous mites (Acari, Oribatida) of Madagascar and neighbouring islands

Niedbala, Wojciech
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 1
pages: 3-205

  Three Euphthiracaroid mites (Acari, Oribatida, Euphthiracaroidea) from Africa

Niedbala, W.
1993 - Volume: 34, issue: 3
pages: 265-271

  Spermatophores and spermatozoa of Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida). Part I. Fine structure and histochemistry

Fernandez, N.A.; Alberti, G. and Kummel, G.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 3
pages: 261-286

  Hoplophthiracarus fulvus, n. sp. from Papua-New-Guinea (Acari, Oribatida, Phthiracaridae)

Niedbala, W.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 1
pages: 101-102

  Three new Phthiracaridae (Acari, Oribatida) from Brazil

Niedbala, W.
1982 - Volume: 23, issue: 1
pages: 63-80

  Observations of Steganacarus magnus. General biology and life cycle

Webb, N.R.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 4
pages: 686-696

  A new species of Phthiracarus (Acari: Cryptostigmata) from Great Britain

Harding, D.J.L.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 1
pages: 163-169

  Two Euphthiracarids species from the Tien Shan and the Altai mountains (Acari: Oribatei)

Markel, K.
1968 - Volume: 10, issue: 4
pages: 725-732

  Paratritia baloghi n. g., n. sp., new genus and new species from Germany belonging to the family Euphthiracaridae (Acari: Oribatei)

Moritz, M.
1966 - Volume: 8, issue: 2
pages: 374-381

  The oribatid family Phthiracaridae. IV The leg chaetotaxy of Phthiracarus anonymum Grandjean

Hammen, L.v.d.
1965 - Volume: 7, issue: 2
pages: 376-381

  The oribatid family Phthiracaridae. 3. Redescription of Phthiracarus nitens (Nicolet)

Hammen, L.v.d.
1964 - Volume: 6, issue: 2
pages: 400-411

  The oribatid family Phthiracaridae. II. Redescription of Phthiracarus laevigatas (C. L. Koch)

Hammen, L.v.d.
1963 - Volume: 5, issue: 4
pages: 704-715

  The oribatid family Phthiracaridae. 1. Introduction and redescription of Hoplophthiracarus pavidus (Berlese)

Hammen, L.v.d.
1963 - Volume: 5, issue: 2
pages: 306-317

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