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Pseudoparasitus thatcheri n. sp. (Acarina: Dermanyssidae, Laelapinae) associated with southern pine beetlesAuthor(s): Preston E. Hunter; John C. Moser
Source: The Florida Entomologist Vol.51(2): 119-123
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAdults and nymphal stages of Pseudoparasitus thatcheri n. sp., a mite associated with beetles occurring under bark of southern pine trees in Louisiana are described. Generic placement of the species is discussed
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CitationHunter, Preston E.; Moser, John C. 1978. Pseudoparasitus thatcheri n. sp. (Acarina: Dermanyssidae, Laelapinae) associated with southern pine beetles. The Florida Entomologist Vol.51(2): 119-123
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