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NEW RECORDS OF THE ORIBATID MITES (ACARI: SARCOPTIFORMES: ORIBATIDA) FOR THE FAUNA OF IRAN

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 Oribatid mites are one of the richest acarine groups that occur in soil, litter, moss, lichen, and rarely aquatic environments. They are actively involved in decomposition of organic matters, in nutrient cycling and in soil formation (Pande & Berthet 1973; Bayoumi & Al-Khalifa 1996). Currently, almost 10, 000 oribatid species, representing 172 families, have been described (Schatz 2002, 2004; Subías 2004; Norton & Behan-Pelletier 2009), while estimates of the real world oribatid fauna range from 50, 000−100, 000 species (Schatz & Behan-Pelletier 2008).

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    APA: Copy

    HASHEMI KHABIR, Z., & Haddad Irani Nejad, K., & KHANJANI, M., & MOGHADDAM, M. (2014). NEW RECORDS OF THE ORIBATID MITES (ACARI: SARCOPTIFORMES: ORIBATIDA) FOR THE FAUNA OF IRAN. PERSIAN JOURNAL OF ACAROLOGY, 3(2 ), 163-166. https://sid.ir/paper/706476/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    HASHEMI KHABIR ZAHRA, Haddad Irani Nejad Karim, KHANJANI MOHAMMAD, MOGHADDAM MOHAMMAD. NEW RECORDS OF THE ORIBATID MITES (ACARI: SARCOPTIFORMES: ORIBATIDA) FOR THE FAUNA OF IRAN. PERSIAN JOURNAL OF ACAROLOGY. 2014 [cited 2023January30];3(2 ):163-166. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/706476/en

    IEEE: Copy

    HASHEMI KHABIR, Z., Haddad Irani Nejad, K., KHANJANI, M., MOGHADDAM, M., 2014. NEW RECORDS OF THE ORIBATID MITES (ACARI: SARCOPTIFORMES: ORIBATIDA) FOR THE FAUNA OF IRAN. PERSIAN JOURNAL OF ACAROLOGY, [online] 3(2 ), pp.163-166. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/706476/en.