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3 new itch mites of the family psorergatidae acari prostigmata from malaysian small mammals


, : 3 new itch mites of the family psorergatidae acari prostigmata from malaysian small mammals. Malayan Nature Journal 35(4): 315-328

Three new species of itch mites comprising of 2 genera of the family Psoregatidae Dubinin parasitic on small mammals in Malaysia are described and illustrated. They are Psorergates dremomydis ex Dremomys rufigenis, Gunong Brinchang, Pahang, Malaysia; P. doriae sp. nov. ex Crocidura doriae, Kampong Taii, Sarawak; and Psorergatoides tadaridae ex Tadarida mops, Gomback Forest Reserve, Selangor, Peninsular Malaysia.

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