Tarsonemoides limbatus nov. spec., and the systematic position of the Tarsonemida (Acarida).

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Tarsonemoides limb
Statement[By] L. van der Hammen.
SeriesRijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Histoirie te Leiden. Zoologische verhandelingen, no. 108, Zoologische verhandelingen ;, no. 108.
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LC ClassificationsQL1 .L72 no. 108, QL458.2.T3 .L72 no. 108
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Pagination35 p.
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Open LibraryOL5110795M
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This study was originally undertaken so as to provide information on the life history and ecology of Tarsonemoides truncatus (Ewing), to describe for the first time the developmental instars and male, and to redescribe the female of this species. Research soon indicated, however, that a group of closely related species of mites, including T.

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