By Petar Beron
The 1st quantity of the sequence "Acarorum Catalogus" is targeted at the superfamilies Calyptostomatoidea and Erythraeoidea of the realm. greater than 750 species are indexed therein, with synonymies and citations in numerous papers. The publication additionally features a checklist of by-country distributions and a listing of the authors who released on any recognized species from those teams. There are different lists together with hosts of the larvae of those mites, species inquirendae, and a synopsis of the various new combos. The bibliography on my own includes greater than 1,000 titles. the 1st quantity of the sequence almost represents a trend to soak up the following volumes on different mite or tick teams to stick with.
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