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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(2009) Oribatid mites and springtails from a coffee plantation in Sierra Sur, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Also, soil fauna, such as collembola, earthworms and oribatid mites, will join in the competition and cannot be ignored, not only because of their wide diet but also because of their mobility.
Leaf sample Oribatid mite immature Leaf sample Frankliniella bispinosa (Morgan) Leaf sample Brevipalpus yothersi Baker Leaf sample Oxycenus maxwelli (Kiefer) Leaf sample Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morgan) Leaf sample Pinnaspis sp.
Winchester, "Oribatid mite communities and foliar litter decomposition in canopy suspended soils and forest floor habitats of western redcedar forests, Vancouver Island, Canada," Soil Biology and Biochemistry, vol.
The Berger-Parker index as an effective tool for monitoring the biodiversity of disturbed soils: a case study on Mediterranean oribatid (Acari: Oribatida) assemblages.
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.
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) - bioindicators of forest soil pollution with heavy metals and fluorine.