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The relative Participation of Acari, Formicidae, Poduromorpha and Symphypleona was higher in at least one of the intermediate successional stages (FF2 and FF3).
Contrastingly, Acari were mainly distributed in sub-surficial sediment layers (2-4 and 4-6 cm) at all stations.
We demonstrated that total abundance of litter arthropods and abundance of Araneae were negatively impacted by overabundant ungulates and that abundance of Araneae and Acari were affected in different ways by presence of honeysuckle.
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.
The ventral integument of the acaris is made up of a stratified epithelium with two layers: epidermis, the external one, and the dermis.
There was no observable relationship between the amount of castor cake used (and its possible toxic effects) and colonization by Acari.
Arthropod preys with large body size were crickets and Araneae whereas those with small size were Acari and Collembola.
Work for an amount of $4 million will be undertaken on the Acari property.
Diagnose di alcuni nuove specie di Acari italiani, mirmecofili e liberi.
The Monte Rivera claim covers the section of the Acari River located between claims 1, 2, 3 and 5 of the Acari property, as well as the northeast extension of Claim 1.
Dynacor Mines is completing a substantial cartography and sampling program at its Peruvian Acari property.
El material estudiado queda depositado en la Coleccion de la Catedra de Diversidad Animal I (CCDAI) Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Argentina, informatizada en Base de Datos Relacionales (Biotica) en el marco GBIF (Global Biodiversity Information Facilities) estando los Acari, bajo la supervision de la autora.
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