Trombiculidae


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Related to Trombiculidae: Sarcoptes scabiei, Harvest Mites
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Noun1.Trombiculidae - mitesTrombiculidae - mites          
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Acarina, order Acarina - mites and ticks
trombiculid - mite that as nymph and adult feeds on early stages of small arthropods but whose larvae are parasitic on terrestrial vertebrates
genus Trombicula, Trombicula - type genus of the family Trombiculidae
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Detection of a novel Rickettsia from Leptotrombidium scutellare mites (Acari: Trombiculidae) from Shandong of China.
A Pictorial Key to the Subfamilies, Genera and Subgenera of Southeast Asian Chiggers (Acari, Prostigmata, Trombiculidae).
Trombicula autumnalis belongs to the class Arachnida, family Trombiculidae. These mites are also known in English-speaking countries as harvest mites, chiggers, berry bugs, red bugs, or scrub-itch mites, and as Erntemilbe, Herbstgrasmilbe, or Heumilbe in German-speaking countries (3).
We also found Trombiculidae larvae on a Saccopteryx bilineata male, although they could not be identified to species due to deterioration of the proboscis.
Seasonal occurrence of Leptotrombidium deliense (Acari: Trombiculidae) attached to sentinel rodents in an orchard near Bangkok, Thailand.
Neotrombicula autumnalis is a mite belonging to the family Trombiculidae. The larvae are ectoparasites of various wild and domestic animals and cause the disease called trombiculosis.
Chigger mites are a group of small arachnids (class Arachnida) belonging to the families Trombiculidae and Leeuwenhoekiidae in the subclass Acari.
The effects of rainfall on trombiculid (Acarina: trombiculidae) larval populations in peninsular Malaysia.
INTRODUCTION: Scrub typhus is an acute febrile illness caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi and is transmitted through the bite of larval mites (chiggers) of the Trombiculidae family.
Examples of ectoparasites associated with northern mockingbirds include mites (Knemidokoptidae, Macronyssidae, Proctophyllodidae, and Trombiculidae; Ventura, 1968; Phillis and Cromroy, 1972; McClure, 1987, 1989; Latta and O'Connor, 2001), ticks (Ixodidae; Wilson and Durden, 2003), lice (Menoponidae and Philopteridae; Burmeister, 1838; Cicchino and Emerson, 1983; Wilson and Durden, 2003), and haematophagous flies (Muscidae; Ventura, 1968), some of which potentially could be observed in nests of lark sparrows as a result of behavior associated with re-use of nests.
Infestacion y distribucion corporal de la nigua Eutrombicula alfreddugesi (Acari: Trombiculidae) en el lacertilio de las rocas Sceloporus couchii (Sauria: Phrynosomatidae).