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    A key identifies 32 species of mites associated with flying Ips typographus collected from nondestructive pheromone traps in South Germany. Fifteen species were judged phoretic because they were attached to the beetles. The biologies of most of the 32 species are unknown, but three are potential predators.

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    Moser, John C.; Bogenschutz, H. 1984. A key to the mites associated with flying Ips typographus in South Germany. Z. and. Ent. Vol. 97: 437-450

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