Journal:

2012. 20 (1)

Publicatione: 
A NEW GENUS AND SPECIES OF THE FAMILY NEOPYGMEPHORIDAE (ACARI: HETEROSTIGMATA: PYGMEPHOROIDEA) ASSOCIATED WITH GEOTRUPES SPINIGER (COLEOPTERA: GEOTRUPIDAE) FROM UKRAINE



About authors:

Khaustov A. A., Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia
Trach V.A., I. I. Mechnikov Odessa National University, Shampanskij al. 2, Odessa, 65058 Ukraine

Annotation:

A new genus and species, Pseudokerdabania geotruporum gen. et sp. n., collected under the elytra of the beetle Geotrupes spiniger (Marsham, 1802) (Coleoptera: Geotrupidae) from Ukraine is described.

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