Keys, species and host list, and bibliography for nasal mites of North American birds (Acarina-Rhinonyssinae, Turbinoptinae, Speleognathinae, and Cytoditidae)

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Other titlesKeys, species and host list, and bibliography for nasal mites of North American birds ...
StatementDanny B. Pence.
SeriesSpecial publications - Museum, Texas Tech University ; no. 8, Special publications (Texas Tech University. Museum) ;, no. 8.
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A new monobasic genus of parasitic mites, Phalarophilus fulicarius gen. nov., sp. nov. (Acariformes, Syringophilidae) is described from feather quills of Phalaropus fulicarius (Linnaeus) (Charadriiformes, Scolopacidae) from USA.

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More than species of mites are recognized as the cause of health-related problems for humans and domestic animals. Types of problems include (1) temporary irritation of the skin caused by bites or feeding on host skin, fur, and feathers; (2) persistent dermatitis in response to mites invading the skin or hair follicles; (3) mite-induced allergies; (4) transmission of microbial agents and.

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