oribatid mite

oribatid mite

freeliving, nonparasitic mites, intermediate hosts to tapeworms found in grazing animals, e.g. Moniezia, Anoplocephala, Paranoplocephala, Avitellina spp. Members of the superfamily Oribatoidea.
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Differences in the diversity of oribatid mite communities in forest and agro systems lands.
Microenvironmental preferences of oribatid mite species on the floor of a tropical rainforest.
Catalogue of known oribatid mite species (Acari: Oribatida) from the Central American landbridge (First part).
Currently, oribatid mite (Acari: Oribatida) fauna of Ethiopia includes little more than 150 species (Ermilov et al.
Research performed in some peat bogs of Lithuania as well as in the Republic of Karelia and the Nizhniy Novgorod Region in Russia showed that oribatid mite communities in such habitats are quite peculiar from both ecological and faunistic points of view (Eitminavichute, 1972; Laskova, 1983; Sidorchuk, 2008).
Five of the mites were members of the parasitiform order Mesostigmata, and the sixth was an oribatid mite of the family Thyrisomidae.
9:30 NOTES ON EREMAEOZETES ROGERSI, A NEWLY DESCRIBED SPECIES OF ORIBATID MITE (ACARI: ORIBATIDA, EREMAEOZETIDAE) COLLECTED FROM SANDSTONE OUTCROPS IN COFFEE COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA, F.
Oribatid mite fossils from the Upper Devonian of South Mountain, New York and the Lower Carboniferous of County Antrim, Northern Ireland (Acariformes, Oribatida).
Norton who provided oribatid mite species identifications and help identifying endophagous taxa, and to Steve Rathbun for valuable statistical consultation.
Spatial and temporal patterns of an oribatid mite community in an evergreen-sclerophyllous formation (Hortiatis, Greece).
Skubala and Kafel (2004) studied the accumulation of heavy metals in oribatid mite communities and forest ecosystems.