Acaridae


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A·car·i·dae

(ă-kar'i-dē),
A family of the order Acarina, a large group of exceptionally small mites, usually 0.5 mm or smaller, abundant in dried fruits and meats, grain, meal, and flour; frequently a cause of severe dermatitis among persons hypersensitized by frequent handling of infested products.

A·car·i·dae

(ă-kar'i-dē)
A family of the order Acarina, a large group of exceptionally small mites, usually 0.5 mm or less, abundant in dried fruits and meats, grain, meal, and flour; frequently a cause of severe dermatitis among people hypersensitized by frequent handling of infested products.

Acaridae

(a-kar'i-de) [ acarus]
A family of mites that irritate the skin.
See: itch, grain; itch, grocer's
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Besides the damage caused directly to the animal, the tick causes damage to the producer due to indirect spending with acaridae, labor and equipment necessities for application of such products (4).
Members of family Acaridae Ccupy certain dusty areas and hence also cause human allergic diseases (Armentia et al.
and new taxa of Acaridae and Anoetidae (Acari: Acarida).
El Orden Astigmata incluye a la familia Acaridae y la especie Tyrophagus putrescentiae, la cual es micofaga (Hughes 1979) y llega de forma incidental a los roedores.
Five new hypopial nymphs (Acari: Acaridae and Histiostomatidae) described from different habitats.
New species of the mite family Acaridae (Sarcoptiformes) from Lower Egypt.
A new species and two new records of Acaridae associated with edible fungi from China (Acarina: Acaroidea).
Five new hypopial nymphs (Acari, Acaridae, Histostomatidae) described from different habitats.
A revision of the family Acaridae (Tyroglyphidae) order Acari, based on comparative morphological studies.
The stored grain mite pests belonging to the family Acaridae were counted in these samples with the help of a binocular microscope.