Tarsonemidae


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Tarsonemidae

[‚tär·sə′nem·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small family of phytophagous mites in the suborder Trombidiformes.
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Like viruses, other plant pathogens including bacteria also are transmitted or spread by mites from different families such as Tenuipalpidae, Acaridae, Eriophyidae, Siteroptidae, Tarsonemidae and Tetranychidae (Sarwar 2015).
From the family Tarsonemidae, Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks 1904) is known as a pest of papaya (Aubert et al.
The word genera of Tarsonemidae (Acari: Heterostigmata): a morpholical, phylogenetical, ad systematic revision, with a reclassification family-group taxa in the Heterostigmata.
En esta recopilacion se incluyen 65 registros asociados a 5 de las familias mas importantes que poseen acaros fitofagos: Tetranychidae, Tenuipalpidae, Tarsonemidae, Eriophyidae y Phytoptidae.
citratus, puede interrumpir el ciclo de vida del vector de la enfermedad de Chagas, Rhodnius prolixus Stal; causar la muerte de Culex pipiens Linnaeus, vector de la encefalitis equina; asi como de acaros de la familia Tarsonemidae, parasitos de las abejas (38,39,40).
The world genera of Tarsonemidae (Acari: Heterostigmata): a morphological, phylogenetic and systematic revision, with a reclassification of family-group taxa in the Heterostigmata.
2]) of the mites community and the most representative families (Phytoseiidae, Tarsonemidae and Tetranychidae), among the fragments surrounded by the different types of agricultural environments (sugarcane crop, orange crop and pasture).
La gran mayoria de los acaros que provocan danos en los diversos cultivos o plantas de otro tipo como arvenses, forestales, medicinales y ornamentales, pertenecen a 6 familias agrupadas en la subclase Acari (Superfamilias Tetranychoidea, Tarsonemoidea y Eriophyoidea): Tetranychidae, Tenuipalpidae, Tuckerellidae, Tarsonemidae, Phytoptidae y Eriophyidae.
Phytoseiid mites belonging to the genus Euseius are considered generalist predators as they feed on pollen, nectar as well as on pest mites of the families Tetranychidae, Tarsonemidae, Tenuipalpidae and Eriophyidae (McMurtry and Croft 1997).