Tetranychidae


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Related to Tetranychidae: red spider mite, spider mite
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Noun1.Tetranychidae - plant-feeding mites
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Acarina, order Acarina - mites and ticks
spider mite, tetranychid - web-spinning mite that attacks garden plants and fruit trees
genus Panonychus, Panonychus - a genus of Tetranychidae
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Ciclo de vida y habitos alimenticios de Neoseiulus anonymus, predador de acaros Tetranychidae en yuca.
Para la identificacion de Ascidae, Melicharidae y Blatissocidae, Ameroseiidae, Cheyletidae, Tetranychidae, se utilizo el texto de Moraes y Flechtmann (2008).
A taxonomic study of the Phytoseiidae (Family Laelaptidae) predaceous upon Tetranychidae of economic importance.
Comparative toxicity of botanical and reduced-risk insecticides to Mediterranean populations of Tetranychus urticae and Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acari Tetranychidae, Phytoseiidae) Biological Control, 47, 16-21 (2008).
En aguacate, Londono (2008) reporto acaros de la familia Tetranychidae, como acaros que producen sintomas de manchas de color cafe, amarillo o rosa palido en el haz de las hojas.
23,24) They have emerged as an important allergen in agricultural workers dealing with fruit trees or working in greenhouses as well as in the surrounding populations, the main symptoms associated with sensitisation and exposure to Tetranychidae mites being rhinoconjunctivitis and asthma.
Van De Vrie M, McMurtry JA, Huffaker CB (1972) Ecology of Tetranychidae mites and their natural enemies: A review.
Los miembros de la familia Tetranychidae son una plaga que se presenta en una gran diversidad de plantas que le ocasionan danos severos como la disminucion del vigor del arbol y el manchado, asi como la caida de las hojas provocado por la alimentacion del acaro (Kheradpir et al.
Phytophagous and predatory mites (Acari: Tetranychidae, Eriophyidae, Phytoseiidae, Stigmaeidae) in South Moravian vineyards, Czechoslovakia, treated with various types of chemicals.