A comprehensive natural history of mites - a standard reference that covers not only housemites but all others too, illustrated with stunning scanning electron microscope images.
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David Evans Walter, Department of Entomology, University of Queensland. Heather Coreen Proctor, Proctor, Australian School of Environmental Studies, Griffith University.Review:
"This book surveys life cycles, feeding behavior, reproductive biology, and host associations of mites. Topics include: evolution of mites and other arachnids, mites in soil and water, mites on plants and animals, sperm transfer and reproduction, and mites as models of ecological and evolutionary theories."--Entomological News
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