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To studying studing mites of the genus Arctoseius Thor Parasitiformes, Ascidae on the Far North 1 Morphometric analysis of the taxonomical features of the arctic species and the description of; Arctoseius tschernovi sp n and A miranalis sp n


, : To studying studing mites of the genus Arctoseius Thor Parasitiformes, Ascidae on the Far North 1 Morphometric analysis of the taxonomical features of the arctic species and the description of; Arctoseius tschernovi sp n and A miranalis sp n. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 79.7: 800-817

The diversity of the genus Arctoseius in the high Arctic (polar deserts and arctic tundra areas) has not analogues among the terrestrial animals. In total 16 species were revealed including 4 species new for science. New and employed earlier in the systematics of the genus morphometric features were analysed. The set of characters necessary for the reliable species description and diagnostics was compiled. The descriptions of Arctoseius tschernovi sp. n. (from Franz Iosef Land, North Land, northern sea-coast of Taimyr, Wrangel Island) and A. miranalis sp. n. (from Severnaya Zemlya, Chelyuskin Peninsula, northern sea-coast of Yakutia, Novosibirskie Islands).

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