oribatids



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  Molecular evolutionary trends and biosynthesis pathways in the Oribatida revealed by the genome of Archegozetes longisetosus

Brückner, Adrian; Barnett, Austen A. ; Bhat, Prashant; Antoshechkin, Igor A. and Kitchen, Sheila A.
2022 - Volume: 62, issue: 2
pages: 532-573

  Oribatid mites (Acarina, Oribatida) from French Guyana II. Two new species from superfamily Crotonioidea Thorell, 1876

Miko, Ladislav
2019 - Volume: 59, issue: 3
pages: 348-363

  Ptyctimous mites (Acari, Oribatida) of Tanzania

Niedbała, Wojciech
2017 - Volume: 57, issue: 4
pages: 957-1072

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

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

  Oribatid mite diversity in Rhododendron ponticum L. canopy along an altitudinal gradient in Mtirala National Park

Murvanidze, M. and Arabuli, T.
2015 - Volume: 55, issue: 2
pages: 219-230

  Contribution to the knowledge of oribatids from Argentina: 1. the genus Scapheremaeus: Scapheremaeus chaquensis n. sp.

Fernandez, N. and Cleva, R.
2009 - Volume: 49, issue: 1-2
pages: 55-67

  Estimation of seasonal changes of population feeding activity of the oribatid mite Galumna elimata (Acari: Oribatida)

Hubert, J.; Sustr, V. and Pekar, S.
2004 - Volume: 44, issue: 3-4
pages: 253-259

  Second fossil oribatid mite from the Spanish lower Cretaceous amber. Eupterotegaeus bitranslamellatus n. sp. (Acariformes, Oribatida, Cepheidae)

Arillo, A. and Subias, L.S.
2001 - Volume: 42, issue: 4
pages: 403-406

  Contribution to the knowledge of oribatids from Argentina: I. Argentinovertex coineaui n. gen., n. sp

Fernandez, N.A. and Cleva, R.
2001 - Volume: 42, issue: 1
pages: 89-103

  Edaphic oribatids from Brazil (X): some oribatids from Para State

Perez-Inigo, C. and Baggio, D.
1997 - Volume: 38, issue: 4
pages: 403-413

  Epilohmannia norberti sp. n. and Rhysotritia riezuae sp. n., two new species of Macropylides (Acari, Oribatida) from Spain

Twose, A.I.M. and Zorrilla, M.L.M.
1994 - Volume: 35, issue: 4
pages: 381-387

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

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

  Observations on the legs of Trimalaconothrus maniculatus Fain and Lambrechts, 1987 (Acari, Oribatida). Part I. Larva, Leg-IV of nymphs and fundamental phanerotaxy

Wauthy, G. and Fain, A.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 4
pages: 415-434

  Oribatids from organic soils of Andes of Republica Argentina I Pheroliodes inca

Fernandez, N.A.; Martinez, P.A. and Eguaras, M.J.
1991 - Volume: 32, issue: 2
pages: 183-190

  Aspects concerning the structure and function of the lenticulus and clear spot of certain Oribatids (Acari, Oribatida)

Alberti, G. and Fernandez, N.A.
1990 - Volume: 31, issue: 1
pages: 65-72

  Soil Oribatid mites from Brazil. (V). Oribatids from Sao-Paulo State (second part)

Perez-Inigo, C. and Baggio, D.
1989 - Volume: 30, issue: 3
pages: 261-274

  A new species and a sub-species of Galumnidae (Oribatei) from Kerala, India

Balakrishnan, M.M. and Haq, M.A.
1985 - Volume: 26, issue: 2
pages: 201-204

  New andiInteresting mites from the Geneva Museum .XXV. On some Oribatids collected by P. Strinati in Guatemala (Acari, Oribatida)

Mahunka, S.
1980 - Volume: 21, issue: 1
pages: 133-142

  Neotrichy in Oribatid mites (Acari)

Trave, J.
1979 - Volume: 20, issue: 4
pages: 590-602

  The Selenoribatidae, a thalassobionte family oribatid (Oribatei)

Schuster, R.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 1
pages: 155-160

  The structure of the ovipositor and the mechanics of oviposition in the oribatid mite Machadobelba symmetrica Bal. (Acari: Cryptostigmata)

Wallwork, J.A.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 1
pages: 149-154

  New and interesting mites from the Geneva Museum. 28. Two new oribatids species (Acari) from Israel

Mahunka, S.
1977 - Volume: 19, issue: 1
pages: 132-135

  New and interesting mites from the Genf museum. XVIII. Oribatids from Hong-Kong (Acari)

Mahunka, S.
1976 - Volume: 18, issue: 2
pages: 360-372

  Ecological interest of the relationship between temperature and development duration of Oribatid mites

Lebrun, P. and Van Rnymbeke, M.
1971 - Volume: 13, issue: 1
pages: 176-185

  New observations on Oribatids (8th serie)

Grandjean, F.
1970 - Volume: 12, issue: 4
pages: 849-876

  New observations on Oribatids (7th serie)

Grandjean, F.
1970 - Volume: 12, issue: 2
pages: 432-460

  Observations on muscles of anal and genital shutters and on the progenital structure in superior adult Oribatids.

Grandjean, F.
1969 - Volume: 11, issue: 2
pages: 317-347

  Considerations on Oribatids classification, divided in six major groups

Grandjean, F.
1969 - Volume: 11, issue: 1
pages: 127-153

  Oribatids (Acari) from Sainte Baume (lst serie). Steganacarus travei n. sp

Lions, J.C.
1968 - Volume: 10, issue: 3
pages: 500-515

  Some observations on Antarctic Oribatei (Acarina). Liochthonius australis sp. n. and two Oppia ssp. n

Covarrubias, R.
1968 - Volume: 10, issue: 2
pages: 313-356

  New observations on Oribatids (5th serie)

Grandjean, F.
1967 - Volume: 9, issue: 1
pages: 242-272

  Biological investigations on a new species of Ceratozetes and of Pergalumna (Acarina: Cryptostigmata)

Rockett, C.L. and Woodring, J.P.
1966 - Volume: 8, issue: 3
pages: 511-520

  Color phototactic responses of an eyeless oribatid mite

Woodring, J.P.
1966 - Volume: 8, issue: 2
pages: 382-388

  Laboratory studies on the feeding habits of saltmarsh Acarina, with notes on their behaviour

Luxton, M.
1966 - Volume: 8, issue: 1
pages: 163-175

  Complement to my work on Oribatids classification in 1953

Grandjean, F.
1965 - Volume: 7, issue: 4
pages: 713-734

  The biology of five new species of oribatids from Louisiana

Woodring, J.P.
1965 - Volume: 7, issue: 3
pages: 564-576

  The biology of Ceratozetes cisalpinus Berlese, Scheloribates laevigatus Koch, and Oppia neerlandica Oudemans (Oribatei), with a description of all stages

Woodring, J.P. and Cook, E.F.
1962 - Volume: 4, issue: 1
pages: 101-137

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