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  Tiny mites on a great journey – a review on scutacarid mites as phoronts and inquilines (Heterostigmatina, Pygmephoroidea, Scutacaridae)

Baumann, Julia
2018 - Volume: 58, issue: 1
pages: 192-251

  The marine-associated lifestyle of ameronothroid mites (Acari, Oribatida) and its evolutionary origin: a review

Pfingstl, Tobias
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 3
pages: 693-721

  Does the African native host explain the African origin of the parasite? The Maltese Geckobia estherae n. sp. parasitic on Tarentola mauritanica (Acari: Raphignathoidea: Pterygosomatidae)

Bertrand, M.; Pfliegler, W.P. and Sciberras, A.
2012 - Volume: 52, issue: 4
pages: 353-366

  Isolation and characterisation of microsatellite loci for two species of Spinturnicid bat wing mites (Spinturnix myoti and Spinturnix bechsteini)

van Schaik, A.J.; Bruyndonckx, N.; Kerth, G. and Christe, P.
2011 - Volume: 51, issue: 1
pages: 127-131

  Description of a new species, Bonomia opuntiae n. sp. (Histiomatidae, Astigmata), with observations on the function of its eyes

Wirth, S.
2005 - Volume: 45, issue: 4
pages: 303-319

  Descriptions and observations on the genera Ptergosoma, Geckobia and Hirstiella (Acari: Actinedida)

Bertrand, M.; Paperna, I. and Finkelman, S.
1999 - Volume: 40, issue: 3
pages: 275-304

  The genus Arthrodamaeus Grandjean (Acariformes, Oribatida, Gymnodamaeidae)

Subias, L.S.; Arillo, A. and Subias, J.
1997 - Volume: 38, issue: 3
pages: 297-307

  Three new species of ticks (Ixodida, Argasidae, Caries) from fruit bats (Chiroptera, Pteropodidae) in the Australian region, with notes on host associations

Klompen, J.S.H.; Keirans, J.E. and Durden, L.A.
1995 - Volume: 36, issue: 1
pages: 25-40

  Oviposition by two Australian species of reptile tick

Chilton, N.B. and Bull, C.M.
1993 - Volume: 34, issue: 2
pages: 115-121

  Nature of the association between pisentii group mites (Acari, Macrochelidae, Macrocheles) and dung beetles of the genus Scarabaeus (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) in Southern France

Krantz, G.W.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 1
pages: 3-11

  Embryonic development of the mite Spinturnix vespertiliones (Parasitiformes: Spinturnicidae)

Akimov, I.A. and Yastrebtsov, V.
1990 - Volume: 31, issue: 1
pages: 3-12

  A contribution to the knowledge of the South Pacific Pterygosomatidae

Bertrand, M. and Ineich, I.
1987 - Volume: 28, issue: 3
pages: 241-250

  The respiratory taenidia of Oribatid mites

Trave, J.
1986 - Volume: 27, issue: 1
pages: 85-94

  The evolution of the family Ameronothridae (Acari: Oribatei). 2. Ecological aspects

Schulte, G. and Weigmann, G.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 1
pages: 167-173

  Applicablle extraction techniques applicable to the ecological study of house-dust mites. Qualitative and quantitative comparison of various types of dust

Gridelet-de-Saint-Georges, D. and Fain, A.
1975 - Volume: 17, issue: 4
pages: 693-708

  Observations on the Myobiidae parasitic on rodents. Parallel host-parasite evolution (Acarina: Trombidiformes)

Fain, A.
1974 - Volume: 16, issue: 3
pages: 441-475

  Demodex lacrimalis spec. nov. (Demodicidae: Trombidiformes) from the Meibomian glands of the European wood mouse Apodemus sylvaticus

Lukoschus, F.S. and Jongman, R.H.G.
1974 - Volume: 16, issue: 2
pages: 274-281

  Phaulodinychus mitis (Leonardi 1899) (Acari: Uropodidae). An intertidal mite exhibiting plastron respiration

Krantz, G.W.
1974 - Volume: 16, issue: 1
pages: 11-20

  Parasitic mites of Surinam. VII: Demodex longissimus n. sp. from Carollia perspicillata and D. molossi n. sp. from Molossus niolossus (Demodicidae: Trombidiformes); meibomian complex inhabitants of neotropical bats (Chiroptera)

Desch, C. and Nutting, W.B.
1972 - Volume: 14, issue: 1
pages: 35-53

  Symposium on adaptive radiation in parasitic Acari. Adaptation to parasitism in mites

Fain, A.
1969 - Volume: 11, issue: 3
pages: 429-449

  The external morphology of the post embryonic developmental stages of Spinturnix myoti (Acari: Mesostigmata)

Evans, G.O.
1968 - Volume: 10, issue: 4
pages: 589-608

  The water-relations of Belba geniculosa Oudms. and other species of oribatid mites

Madge, D.S.
1964 - Volume: 6, issue: 1
pages: 199-228

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