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    Description

    Pyemotes scolyti (Oudemans) (1936) is an external parasite of Scolytus spp., and apparently occurs throughout the range of Scolytus. It was described from specimens reared on Scolytus multistriatus (Marsham) in elm near Arnhem, Netherlands, and designated by Krczal (1959) as the genotype.

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    Citation

    Moser, John C.; Roton, Lawrence M. 1972. Reproductive Compatibility Between Two Widely Separated Population of Pyemotes scolyti (Acarina: Pyemotidae). The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 48: 97–99

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