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Family Trombiculidae - chiggers

 
 
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Biology and ecology of trombidiid mites (Acari: Trombidioidea)
By Z.Q. Zhang
Experimental and Applied Acarology 22: 139-155, 1998

Order Trombidiformes Reuter, 1909. In: Zhang Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification...
By Zhang ZQ, Fan QH, Pesic V, Smit H, Bochkov AV, Khaustov AA, Baker A, Wohltmann A, Wen T, Amrine JW, Beron P, Lin J, Gabrys G...
Zootaxa 3148: 129–138, 2011

The phytophagous and predatory mites (Acari) on Prunus (Rosaceae) in southeastern Canada
By Marie-Ève Garon-Labrecque
Masters Thesis, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 2017

Mites of Greenhouses - Identification, Biology and Control
By Zhi-Qiang Zhang
CABI Publishing, 2003
Read online free at Issuu.com

An Introduction to Acarology
By E. W. Baker and G. W. Wharton
Macmillan, 1952

Mites Injurious to Economic Plants
By L. R. Jeppson, H. H. Keifer, and E. W. Baker
University of California Press, 1975

A manual of acarology, 3rd Ed.
By G.W. Krantz and D.E. Walter
Texas Tech University Press, 2009
From Amazon:
"In the thirty years since the second edition of A Manual of Acarology was published, acarologists have discovered a multitude of new mite taxa, made major modifications in acarine classification, and profoundly altered their understanding of this vast group, inspiring new and innovative approaches to resolving many basic and applied acarological problems. Now, this completely revised and updated reference, the most comprehensive and recent in the discipline, is available to researchers, teachers, students, and plant and animal scientists wishing to explore the complex and often astonishing world of mites.

World Arachnida Catalogue
Western Australian Museum, Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change, & Natural History Museum Bern
Online here

 
 
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