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Taxonomy and biology of some pyemotidae (Acarina: Tarsonemoidea) inhabiting bark beetle galleries in North American conifersAuthor(s): E.A. Cross; John C. Moser
Source: Acarologia, Vol. 13(1): 47-64
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe pyemotid genera Pygmephorus and Pysmotes are redefined. The former is divided into two morphologically and ecologically distinct subgenera, Pygmephorus sensu stricto and Pygmephorus (Pygmephorellus), new subgenus. Three species, Pymeotes parviscolyti, Pygmephorus (Pygmephorellus) bennetti and P. (P.) brachycercus are described.
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CitationCross, E.A.; Moser, John C. 1971. Taxonomy and biology of some pyemotidae (Acarina: Tarsonemoidea) inhabiting bark beetle galleries in North American conifers. Acarologia, Vol. 13(1): 47-64
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