Sarcoptiformes

Sarcoptiformes

[sär‚käp·tə′fȯr‚mēz]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of the Acarina including minute globular mites without stigmata.
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Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles (Analgoidea) parasites sur les oiseaux Charadriiformes d'Afrique.
Two major lineages of Acariformes are recognized, the Sarcoptiformes (Oribatida and Astigmata) and Trombidiformes (Prostigmata).
The mite fauna of house dust with particular reference to the House Dust Mite Dermatophagoides, Pteronyssinus (Trouessart, 1897) Psoroptidae: Sarcoptiformes.
Dentro de los acaros presentes se hallaron dos especies de Sarcoptiformes (Chirodiscoides caviae y Trixacarus caviae), dos Mesostigmata (Dermayussus gallinae y Ornithonyssus spp) y un Trombidiforme (Cheyletiella spp).
The Astigmata is a diverse and widely distributed monophyletic group of mites within the suborder Sarcoptiformes.