A manual of acarology
In the thirty years since the second edition of A Manual of Acarology was published, acarologists have discovered a multitude of new taxa, made major modifications in classification of acarids, and profoundly altered their understanding of the Acari, inspiring new and innovative approaches to resolving many basic and applied acarological problems. Now, this completely revised and updated reference, the only one in the discipline, is available to researchers, teachers, students, and plant and animal scientists wishing to explore the complex and often astonishing world of mites.
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Order Opilioacarida 104
Form and Function
Reproduction and Embryogenesis
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absent Acari ACARIDAE acariform adult female aedeagus Alberti anal Aoki apodeme arthropods associated aster aster Grandjean astigmatine Atyeo Australia bearing beetles Behan-Pelletier Berlese body bothridial setae chelicerae claws Cook coxae coxal plates cuticle deutonymph developed distal dorsal dorsal shield dorsum of female eggs elongate Endeostigmata Evans Fain feed fused genera génital genus glands gnathosoma groups habitats host hysterosoma idiosoma insects instars Ixodida Kethley known Krantz larvae latéral legs Lindquist litter Mahunka maie male medially Mesostigmata nests Norton notogaster occur OConnor opisthonotal opisthosoma organ oribatid oribatid mites pairs of setae palp palpi papillae parasites parasitiform peritremes phoretic plant porose areas posterior posteriorly predators present pretarsi prodorsal prodorsum Prostigmata protonymph région Sarcoptiformes sclerotized segments setae setal Smith soil solenidia solenidion species sperm transfer spermatophore subcapitulum subfamily Superfamily tarsus taxa tibia ticks tritonymph typically usually venter of female Viets Walter and Proctor water mites