oribatid

oribatid

(əˈrɪbəˌtɪd)
n
(Animals) a mite of the family Oribatoidea
adj
(Zoology) relating to a member of the Oribatoidea family
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Differences in the diversity of oribatid mite communities in forest and agro systems lands.
The presence of detritivorous and mycophagous organisms, as springtails and Oribatid mites, supports the hypothesis that they are using debris accumulated and underline the importance of arthropods on litter decomposition in bromeliads.
Indeed, according to [13], soil moisture is one of the most decisive factors affecting the life of Oribatid communitie.
These specializations include serrate and scoop-shaped jaws of the worker, used for peeling open oribatid mites, and the elongate head of the larva, used for reaching into the interior of partially shelled mites.
Only the life cycle of Schizorchis includes an intermediate host, probably a soil-dwelling oribatid mite (Guan & Lin 1988), which is not likely to play a dominant role in parasite dispersal.
Oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Yatay Forests (Butia yatay), Entre Rios, Argentina
Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) - bioindicators of forest soil pollution with heavy metals and fluorine.
Currently, oribatid mite (Acari: Oribatida) fauna of Ethiopia includes little more than 150 species (Ermilov et al.
ORIBATID MITES PRESENT IN SIX LAND USE SYSTEMS IN OBONUCO, PASTO (NARINO)
Cambisols on granite have pedofeatures such as droppings of enchytraeids and pellets of oribatid mites only in the case of Oa and Ah horizons.
1998) the infection is probably related to the accidental ingestion of oribatid mites bearing cysticercoids.