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Title: Six new species of anoetid mites associated with North American scolytidae

Author: Woodring, J.P.; Moser, John C.;

Date: 1970

Source: The Canadian Entomologist, Vol. 102(10), p. 1238-1257

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Only one species of Anoetidae was previously recorded associated with North American Scolytidae. Five new species of Anoetus and one new species of Bonomoia associated with North American bark beetles are described. Two nomen novum (due to homonymy) in the genus Anoetus are proposed. Anoetus varia is distinguished from A. gordius, a European species restricted to Ips laricis. Anoetus varia is recorded from 17 scolytids infesting 10 conifer species from 14 states and provinces. An annotated list, with new nomenclatorial combinations in many cases, of the 13 anoetids recorded associated with scolytids in the old world is given. Histiostoma is synonymized under Anoetus.

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Woodring, J.P.; Moser, John C. 1970. Six new species of anoetid mites associated with North American scolytidae. The Canadian Entomologist, Vol. 102(10), p. 1238-1257


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