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Order Trombidiformes

 
 
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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

Revision of torrent mites (Parasitengona, Torrenticolidae, Torrenticola) of the United States and Canada: 90 descriptions ...
By J. Ray Fisher, Danielle M. Fisher, Michael J. Skvarla, Whitney A. Nelson, Ashley P.G. Dowling
ZooKeys 701: 1-496, 2017
Full title: Revision of torrent mites (Parasitengona, Torrenticolidae, Torrenticola) of the United States and Canada: 90 descriptions, molecular phylogenetics, and a key to species

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Mites of Freshwater Mollusks
By Dale D. Edwards and Malcolm F. Vidrine
Malcolm F. Vidrine, 2013
This book introduces the natural history of the Unionicola of the world.

A new larva of the genus Leptus ... parasitic on a spider from Rwanda
By A. Fain and R. Jocqué
International Journal of Acarology, Vol. 22, No. 2: 101 - 108, 1996
A. Fain and R. Jocqué, A new larva of the genus Leptus Latreille, 1796 (Acari: Erythraeidae) parasitic on a spider from Rwanda, International Journal of Acarology, 22(2): 101-108, 1996.

This paper provides detailed drawings of anatomical features characteristic of the genus. It is one of the papers by specific authors freely downloadable at the GTI Reader Training Course in Contemporary Taxonomy - Mites taxonomy(1) website.

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Eriophyes ramosus n. sp.
By H.E. Hodgkiss
Journal of Economic Entomology, Volume 11, p. 149, 1918
Now Trisetacus ramosus (1)(2)

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Systematics of testudacarine torrent mites (Acari, Hydrachnidia, Torrenticolidae) with descriptions of 13 new species ...
By J. C. O’Neill, J. R. Fisher, W. A. Nelson, M. J. Skvarla, D. M. Fisher, and A. P. G. Dowling
ZooKeys 582: 13-110 , 2016
J. C. O’Neill, J. R. Fisher, W. A. Nelson, M. J. Skvarla, D. M. Fisher, and A. P. G. Dowling, Systematics of testudacarine torrent mites (Acari, Hydrachnidia, Torrenticolidae) with descriptions of 13 new species from North America, ZooKeys 582, pp. 13-110 , 2016.

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New species and records of Trisetacus ... from Chamaecyparis, Juniperus, and Thuja (Cupressaceae) in the USA
By P. E. Chetverikov, A. Romanovich, M. Schubert, S.I. Sukhareva, S. Zukoff, and J.W. Amrine, Jr.
Systematic and Applied Acarology 25(5): 787–808, 2020
P. E. Chetverikov, A. Romanovich, M. Schubert, S.I. Sukhareva, S. Zukoff, and J.W. Amrine, Jr., New species and records of Trisetacus Keifer (Eriophyoidea, Nalepellidae) with an atypical shape of female internal genitalia collected from Chamaecyparis, Juniperus, and Thuja (Cupressaceae) in the USA, Systematic and Applied Acarology 25(5): 787–808, 2020.

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Two new species of Trisetacus from berries of junipers in North America
By Ian M. Smith
The Canadian Entomologist, Volume 110, Issue 11, 1157-1160, 1978
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Female adults of two new species of Trisetacus infesting berries of junipers are described, T. neoquadrisetus from Rocky Mountain juniper and T. batonrougei from eastern red cedar, with remarks on the identity of eriophyoid mites living in juniper berries in North America.

 
 
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