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Synonyms for acarus

any of several mites of the order Acarina

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These results influenced the relative participation of these groups in the edaphic arthropod community, since it was higher in the FF average for Coleoptera, Entomobryomorpha and Symphypleona, whereas it was lower for Formicidae, Acari and Araneae, in the mean of the AP (Figure 2).
This minor relative abundance that was clearly observed at station 4, where a higher proportion of sand was recorded, could be explained by the higher relative abundance of Acari and nauplii at 4-6 cm layer.
An exception was higher abundance of Acari on honeysuckle-removed plots than on honeysuckle-absent or honeysuckle-present plots (Fig.
The company chief executive officer, Jean Martineau, said, 'We are extremely satisfied with the Company's results in 2008, we surpassed our 30,000 ounce gold production target and are confident that we can continue developing the Company's activities along two axes, namely furthering the exploration of our very promising Tumipampa property and continuing the modernisation of our custom gold milling plant at Acari.
The terrestrial Acari of the British Isles; an introduction to their morphology, biology, and classification, Volume I.
Seventy-five percent of the ore processed at the Acari plant is purchased from outside sources: the other 25 percent is development ore from the Acari property.
A synonymic catalogue of the Acari from Antarctica, the sub-Antarctic Islands and the Southern Ocean.
Qn a collection of Acari from Kilimanjaro (Tanganyika).
More specifically, the company will invest the proceeds over the next two years to complete a feasibility study on the Siscoe property and to develop proven reserves on the Acari property.
The high numbers of mesofauna in Acari and Entomobryomorpha may reflect their great importance in decomposition and the maintenance of soil fertility (ODUM & BARRETT, 2011).
The unravelling of the Unionicola systematic puzzle may play a formidable role in further developing the mechanisms by which vicariance biogeography and phyletic analysis can be used to explain the evolutionary history of not only this group but also other aquatic Acari.
The proceeds from the offering will be used to finance exploration and development work on Dynacor's two major mining properties: Acari in Peru, and Siscoe in Quebec.
Chigger mites are a group of small arachnids (class Arachnida) belonging to the families Trombiculidae and Leeuwenhoekiidae in the subclass Acari.