Demodicidae

Demodicidae

[‚dem·ə′dis·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The pore mites, a family of arachnids in the suborder Trombidiformes.
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Synhospitaly and speciation in the Demodicidae (Trombidiformes), 267-272.
mite (Human mite) hominis Demodicidae Hair follicle mite Demodex folliculorum Demodex brevis Sebaceous gland mite Pyroglyphidae European house Dermatophagoides dust mite (Human mite) pteronyssinus D.
Dog Follicle Mite--Demodix canis, family Demodicidae; a mite infesting dogs which causes red mange.
Ear Mange--A mange of cats, dogs, rabbits, and foxes caused by Otodoectes cynotis (ear mange mite), family Demodicidae, which infests the skin inside the ear, causing great irritation, impaired hearing or deafness, inability to coordinate movements, and sometimes causing the ear to become packed with dry scabs.
Follicle Mite--Demodex folliculorum, family Demodicidae; a mite that infests the hair follicles of people and domestic animals, sometimes causing intense itching.
Demodex cinsine ait akarlar (Acari), Trombidiformes takiminin Demodicidae familyasinin bir uyesidir.
Sociodemographic characteristics and risk factor analysis of Demodex infestation (Acari: Demodicidae).
Hog Follicle Mite--Demodex phylloides, family Demodicidae; the demodex mange mite, a minute, skin parasite of swine that lives in hair follicles and sebaceous glands on the face, base of the tail, and the inner sides of the legs; it produces an inflammation of the skin that appears as small, hard pimples in size up to a marble.
The parasite Demodex folliculorum is a member of the Demodicidae family, forming a part of the prostigmata, and was first reported by Henle and Berger in 1841.
Red Mange--A skin disease of dogs caused by Demodix canis, family Demodicidae, a mite that lives deep in the hair follicles and produces bare, inflamed spots about the eyes, ears, and joints.