Acari

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Acari

[′a·kə·rē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The equivalent name for Acarina.
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Presence of food mites Identified mites / Glycyphagus Tyrophagus Samples Acarus siro domesticus putrescentiae Noodles (Home made) 12 6 6 Wheat 10 3 3 Flour 8 3 -- Whole wheat flour 3 7 4 Corn flour 2 -- -- Pumpkin seeds (uncooked) -- 4 4 Total 35 23 17 Identified mites / Lepidoglyphus Samples Tyrophagus spp.
destructor, Blomia tropicalis, Acarus siro and Tyrophagus putrescentiae) and B.
She also speculates as to whether Andrew Crosse, a scientist and a friend of Kenyon's, mentioned in Vestiges as one of those reporting that he had generated specimens of the genus acarus by passing an electrical current through "a saturated solution of silicate of potash" (pp.
Geoecological Problems of the Karkonosze Mountains--Przesieka 1997, Wydawnictwo Acarus, Poznan 1998.