2 edition of new genus and species of quill mites (Acarina, Syringophilidae) from Colinus virginianus (Galliformes, Phasianidae) with notes on developmental chaetotaxy found in the catalog.
new genus and species of quill mites (Acarina, Syringophilidae) from Colinus virginianus (Galliformes, Phasianidae) with notes on developmental chaetotaxy
John B. Kethley
|Other titles||A new genus and species of quill mites (Acarina, Syringophilidae) ..., Colinus virginianus (Galliformes, Phasianidae)|
|Statement||John B. Kethley.|
|Series||Fieldiana :, v. 65, no. 1, Publication - Field Museum of Natural History ;, 1176, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ;, 1176.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .F4 vol. 65, no. 1, QL458.2.S9 .F4 vol. 65, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
|LC Control Number||73091068|
(A.) persica is described as a new species from the female, male and tritonymph. The other five myobiid species are new to Iran. The mites of the family Myobiidae Mégnin, (Acari: Prostigmata) are permanent monoxenic or oligo-xenic ectoparasites of small marsupial and placental mammals (Mammalia) (Dusbábek , Fain ). Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Acarology. Chelachecaropsis Bakeri, a New Genus and Species Associated with Stored Food Mites in Egypt (Acarina, Cheyletidae) Pages Population Regulation in Quill Mites (Acarina: Syringophilidae) Pages This family includes five genera and 24 species (Feider, ; Krantz, ; Vercammen-Grandjean, ; Zhang et al., ). Larvae are parasitic on Coleoptera, Diptera, and rarely on Hymenoptera (our data), while postlarval stages, including adults, live in forest litter and under bark of trees where they presumably prey on other small arthropods.
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Meitingsunes, a new genus of quill mites (Acari: Cheyletoidea: Syringophilidae) Article in Zootaxa () June with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. New genus and species of quill mites (Acarina, Syringophilidae) from Colinus virginianus (Galliformes, Phasianidae) with notes on developmental chaetotaxy.
[Chicago]: Field Museum of Natural History, A new monotypic genus Colisyringophilus n. is established for C. tanzanicus n. sp., quill mites parasitising two mouse bird species from Tanzania, Colius. A team of researchers from Poland and Germany have discovered four new species and one new genus of quill mites that are ectoparasites of owls.
All of the specimens were collected from dry owl skins in museum collections, and the descriptions are published in the Journal of Medical Entomology. A new genus and species of quill mites (Acari: Syringophilidae) from a king bird-of-paradise Cicinnurus regius (L.) Maciej Skoracki 1 Systematic Parasitology vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: 2.
Abstract. A new monotypic genus Colisyringophilus n. is established for C. tanzanicus n. sp., quill mites parasitising two mouse bird species from Tanzania, Colius striatus Gmelin and Urocolius macrourus (Linnaeus).
This new genus is closely related to Neoaulobia Fain, Bochkov & Mironov,but differs from it by the following features: the stylophore is Cited by: 5. A new genus of syringophilid mites Meitingsunes gen. nov. (Acari: Cheyletoidea: Syringophilidae) inhabiting quills of columbiform birds is established.
The new genus is closely related to Peristerophila Kethley but distinguished from it by the smooth hypostomal apex and divergent apodemes I not fused to apodemes II. This new genus includes one new species, M. Cited by: 3. The new host species for Syringophilopsis kirgizorum, the Oriole Finch, is the only species within the genus Linurgus (Carduelinae) which is com-mon in African tropical mountain forests.
Syringophilopsis kirgizorum found on this host is the first record of the quill mite of the genus Syringophilopsis found in. Three new genera and 18 new species of Syringophilidae (Acari: Prostigmata) are described.
All these mites were collected from the quills of birds belonging to seven different orders and 11 families of birds. The following new taxa are described: Megasyringophilus kethleyi nov. gen., nov.
spec. (type species) ex Aratinga jandaya from Brazil, M. trichoglossus nov. spec. ex Cited by: A new species and new host records of syringophilid mites (Acari: Syringophilidae) from passerines from Kenya. Zootaxa 34– Preview Reference page. Skoracki, M.
& Mironov, S.V. New species and records of quill mites of the family Syringophilidae (Acari: Prostigmata) from the passerines (Aves: Passeriformes) from the Russian Far. Ornithonyssus is a mite genus of the family Macronyssidae.
Species. Ornithonyssus acrobates Micherdzinski & Domrow, ; Ornithonyssus africanus (Zumpt & Till, ); Ornithonyssus bacoti (Hirst, ) commonly known as the tropical rat mite.
A frequently occurring rat mite that has a painful bite.; Ornithonyssus benoiti Till, ; Ornithonyssus bursa (Berlese, ) Class: Arachnida.
Abstract-A new genus and species of the mite new genus and species of quill mites book Tarsonemidae, subfamily Tarsoneminae, is described and illustrated. Its systematic position among genera of Tarsoneminae and its host association with bark beetles of the genus Pseudopityophtlwrus Swaine, in North America are briefly discussed.
These signs are rarely severe. The mites seem to feed on the quill tissue, and not on blood or sebaceous fluid. Many different species of quill mites are described, including Syringophylus spp., Harpyrhynchus spp., Dermatoglyphus spp. and Picobia spp. Regularly new quill mites are being described in all bird species (Bochkov et al ).
The. A new genus Pseudoeupodes Khaustov, gen. and new species Pseudoeupodes porosus sp. are described from moss in Crimea. The taxonomy of the Eupodidae and some other families and genera of Eupodoidea is reviewed. The genus Turanopenthalodes Barilo, is transferred from Penthalodidae to Penthaleidae.
The family Cocceupodidae Jesionowska, Cited by: 8. New species of parasitic quill mites of the genus Picobia (Acari: Syringophilidae: Picobiinae) from North American birds. Journal of medical entomology 47(5): – DOI: /ME Varroa is a genus of parasitic mites associated with honey bees, placed in its own family, Varroidae.
The genus was named for Marcus Terentius Varro, a Roman scholar and condition of a honeybee colony being infested with Varroa mites is called varroosis (also, incorrectly, varroatosis).
Varroa mites are recognised as the biggest pest to Class: Arachnida. Show Summary Details. More options Acta ParasitologicaCited by: 3.
Quill mites of the genus Syringophilopsis Kethley, (Acari: Syringophilidae) from North American birds. Skoracki M(1), Flannery ME, Spicer GS. Author information: (1)Department of Animal Morphology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Umultow Poznan, Poland. [email protected] by: 7.
The species of this genus are permanent parasites living in quills of bird body feathers. In total 19 species are recognized. Four new species are described from passerine birds (Passeriformes): Picobia locustella sp. from Locustella naevia (Sylviidae), P. biarmicus sp.
from Panurus biarmicus (Panuridae), P. sturni sp. from Sturnus Cited by: Definition: Syringophilus spp., Dermoglyphus spp., 2,3,28 Picobia and Harpyhynchus 5 Other Names: Disease Process: Quill mites are not very species specific 5 and can cause damage to growing feathers.
3,5 They live and reproduce inside the feather's quill and probably feed on secretions of quill materials (some mites also pierce through the quill and feed from tissue fluid. Quill mites of the subfamily Picobiinae (Acari: Syringophilidae) parasitising African birds, with description of two new species Miroslava Klimovičová1, Maciej Skoracki2, Wanyoike Wamiti3 and Martin Hromada1,4 1Laboratory and Museum of Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Ecology, Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences.
A new genus of fungus-inhabiting mites of the family Blattisociidae (Acari Mesostigmata Phytoseioidea) from Costa Rica, with an updated key to genera of the subfamily Blattosociinae The genus Discoseius gen. nov. is described, based on adult females of one newly described species collected from one sample of bracket fungi in Costa by: 7.
 Kethley J.B. A new genus and species of quill mites (Acarina: Syringophilidae) from Colinus virginianus (Galliformes: Phasianidae) with notes on developmental chaetotaxy. Fieldiana (Zoology), 65, 1– by: 5. Cophylogeny of quill mites from the genus Syringophilopsis (Acari: Syringophilidae) and their North American passerine hosts.
Journal of Parasitology Dimov, I. and Spicer, G. A new species of nasal mite of the genus Rhinonyssus (Mesostigmata: Rhinonyssidae) from Leningrad Province, Russia. Pešić, V., Smit, H. & Saboori, A. () Water mites delineating the Oriental and Palaearctic regions—the unique fauna of southern Iran, with description of one new genus, one new subgenus and 14 new species (Acari: Hydrachnidia).
Zootaxa Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand, 67 pp. • Length of the setae j 3 (50), Z 4 (), Z 5 () and S 4 () in the new species are larger when compared with A. guianenand 90 respectively. • Spermatheca with long, tubular cervix (15) and undifferentiated atrium in the new species whereas in A.
guianensis cervix is weakly vessicular (24) with nodular : Rahul Mp, Sadan, an Ma. Tactics and Tools for IPM Taxonomic Groups of Insects, Mites and Spiders (continued) Family Psyllidae, Jumping plantlice or psyllids hackberry nipple gall maker, Pachypsylla celtidismamma Family Rhopalidae, Scentless plant bugs boxelder bug, Boisea trivittatus Family Tingidae, Lace bugs azalea lace bug, Stephanitis pyrioides lace bugs, several speciesFile Size: 85KB.
Authors: Smiley, Robert L.; Moser, John C. Publication Year: Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication Source: Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., Vol. 70(4): Abstract. The purpose of this paper is to describe several new species of mites, most of which were found in the outer bark of Pinus taeda L.
at Elizabeth, in central Louisiana. They were discovered in the Cited by: The painted bunting (Passerina ciris) is a species of bird in the cardinal family, Cardinalidae, that is native to North bright plumage of the male only comes in the second year of life; in the first year they can only be distinguished from the female by close : Cardinalidae.
A group of scientists have named a water mite after Jennifer Lopez, after locating a new species near Puerto Rico. Rather than striking Author: Harriet Gibsone. Bat mites, although known for many years, have not been reported from the Philippines until now.
Four genera are represented: Spinturnix von Heyden, Ancystropus Kolenati, Meristaspis Kolenati, and Oncoscelus new genus. Seven species are described, 4 of which are new. This study is based mainly upon material collected by Bishop Museum from Pa. Acarologist Ray Fisher, Ph.D., recently published a monograph describing more than 70 new species of mites in the genus Torrenticola.
Fisher discovered that many color markings can provide highly useful characters for identifying and delimiting species. (Image originally published in Fisher et al., Zookeys, September ). Terminology: Genus and Species: Let’s start by discussing what is meant by the terms genus and species.
An easy way to remember these terms is to note that genus refers to the "generic" name, and species refers to the "specific" name. A genus is a group of related plants. Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Acarology held in Prague (Czechoslovakia), August September 6, a new genus and species associated with stored food mites in Egypt (Acarina, Cheyletidae increase of four dung-living macrochelid mites within optimum range / A.
Filipponi --Population regulation in quill mites. Many Cheyletidae species are predators. Members of the genera Cheletosoma, Cheletoides, and Cheletopsis can also be found on birds where they prey on quill mites.
Several species of the genus Harpyrhynchus parasitize birds of different orders. These mites are less than µm in length and live in colonies in the follicles at the basis of. Mites associated with some birds in El-Minia Governorate, Upper Egypt.
Egyptian Journal of Biology 3(2):. Skoracki, M. A new genus and species of quill mites (Acari: Syringophilidae) from a king bird-of-paradise Cicinnurus regius (L.) Systematic Parasitology 60(2):.
Skoracki, M., J. Dabert & R. Schmaschke (). ABSTRACT. A new genus and species of leaf miner (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae) for Chile associated to the native tree Lithraea caustica. We propose the new genus and species of Gracillariidae (Lepidoptera) Hualpenia lithraeophaga Mundaca, Parra &Vargas gen.
nov., sp. nov., leaf miner of Lithraea caustica (Mol.) H. et Arn (Anacardiaceae) occurring in southern central.
A brief description of type species of each genus is followed by a complete list of all the valid species and their synonymies and an up-to-date key to species.
The book is heavily illustrated with line drawings, microphotographs and SEM photographs of type or representative species. A complete bibliography until and an index are included. A NEW GENUS & SPECIES OF STAPHYLINIDAE PARASITIC ON A SOUTH AMERICAN POSSUM Paperback – by H. Notman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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The feather mite genus Proctophyllodes (Sarcoptiformes:Proctophyllodidae) (Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum). A list is given of 32 species of aphids, with their host plants, from Thailand. Males and oviparae of Aphis craccivora Koch, a male of Rhopalosiphum maidis (Fitch), and an ovipara of Tinocallis kahawaluokalani (Kirkaldy) were collected.
Tritrichosiphum thailandicum new genus, new species is Cited by: 6.These tiny white bugs have caused a lot of confusion and panic in homeowners over the years. The panic ensues as you open an old book on your shelf and think that dust is moving everywhere—until you realize that it’s crawling and isn’t dust at all.
These occasional invaders are probably Psocids, commonly referred to as booklice. However, to the surprise of many of our /5().Male Cinygmula (Dark Red Quills) Mayfly Spinner View 11 Pictures I'm unsure of the ID on this one; keys put it closest to Cinygmula reticulata, but I'm very doubtful of the species and not positive on the genus.
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