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They display phoretic
associations and are frequently found in nest of birds, mammals, and on other animals (Poinar Jr.
(1974) Host and distribution lists of mites (Acari), parasitic and phoretic
, in the hair of wild mammals of North America, North of Mexico.
Piscivorous birds have also been reported to act as phoretic
agents, transporting viable cestode eggs from infected prey and spreading them via defecation 113 (Tables 3 & 4).
A comparison of mycangial and phoretic
fungi of individual mountain pine beetles.
First record of phoretic
and parasite mites (Arachnida: Acari) associated with necrophagous flies in Brazil
Surprisingly, there is very little information about the genetic structure of phoretic
organisms (Wilcox et al.
Neem oil has the ability to kill phoretic
adults of varroa and also disrupt the reproduction and growth of mites within the cell (Melathopoulos et al., 2000b).
association can be an important attribute for arthropod communities (involving mites, pseudoscorpions, nematodes, fungi, and microorganisms) that depend on ephemeral and patch habitats like decaying trees, contributing to increased community complexity (Wilson, 1988).
hypopi of North American mammals (Acarina: Sarcoptiformes, Glycyphagidae).
The main adaptations of Pseudoscorpiones to survive in seasonally flooded areas are behavioral, such as vertical soil migration to tree trunks and canopies during the high water season, as well as the phoretic
behavior of some species (Adis & Mahnert, 1993; Adis, 1997).
Mesostigmatic mites associated with Coleoptera and biodiversity calculation of these mites phoretic
on dung beetles in Golestan Province (north of Iran).--Middle East.