Biological studies of two species of tydeid mites from California
AuthorClive Desmond Brickhill
Author AffiliationsClive Desmond Brickhill was Research Assistant in Department of Entomology and Parasitology, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 27(20):601-620. DOI:10.3733/hilg.v27n20p601. October 1958.
Tydeid mites are commonly present on vegetation, but have been studied very little. This paper mainly concerns possible sources of nutrition of two species of California tydeids, Tydeus bakeri and Lorryia ferulus, of which the former is described in this paper. Further information is given on general biology, on the various nymphal stages, and on possible economic significance.
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