Acari


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Acari

[′a·kə·rē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The equivalent name for Acarina.
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In conclusion, Sapium woodlands seem to presently support an atypical arthropod fauna, with Diptera (flies), Acari (mites) and Araneida (spiders) as the dominant orders.
Among the approximately 45,200 Acari, there are ~13 (0.
Dynacor expects the Acari plant to produce 5,000 to 6,000 ounces of gold in 1998 at an average estimated cost of US$230/ounce.
Work for an amount of $4 million will be undertaken on the Acari property.
Using higher taxa as surrogates of species richness: a study based on 3700 Coleoptera, Diptera, and Acari species in Central-Hungarian reserves.
According to Francois Gaboury, the Company's geologist now working on the Acari property, "The recently acquired territory covers the extension of the gold-bearing veins on all the above-mentioned properties.
The Acari mine was acquired by Dynacor Mines in July 1996 and comprises more than 3,810 hectares of land.
In 1995, Acari produced 5,500 ounces with an average grade of 32g/t Au (0.
ME: DYN) A new high grade gold vein - the Carnero vein - has been discovered by Dynacor Mines on its Acari property in Peru.
ME: DYN ) Preparatory work for mill start-up at the Acari Mine in Peru began weeks ago.
29, 1996--Dynacor (ME: DYN) Preliminary exploration results on the site of Acari Mine, Peru, confirm the high grade of the property, purchased recently by Dynacor Mines.
The proceeds will be used at the Acari Mine and other mining projects that are currently under negotiation for purchase.