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    Author(s): Wojciech L. Magowski; Evert E. Lindquist; John C. Moser
    Date: 2005
    Source: Can. Entomol., Vol. 137: 648-656
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    A new genus and species of the mite family Tarsonemidae, subfamily Tarsoneminae, is described and illustrated. Its systematic position among genera of Tarsoneminae and its host association with bark beetles of the genus Pseudopityophthorus Swaine, 1918 in North America are briefly discussed.

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    Magowski, Wojciech L.; Lindquist, Evert E.; Moser, John C. 2005. Giselia arizonica, a new genus and species of mite (Acaria: Tarsonemidae) associated with bark beetles of the genus Pseudopityophthorus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in North America. Can. Entomol., Vol. 137: 648-656

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