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*  Acariasis
Mite infestation sometimes implies an ectoparasitic, cutaneous condition such as dermatitis. However, it is possible for mites ... The language used to describe mite infestation often does not distinguish among these. Most of the mites which cause this ... MeSH uses the term "Mite Infestations" as pertaining to Acariformes. However, mites not in this grouping can be associated with ... Acariasis is an infestation with mites. There are several complications with the terminology: Acariasis is a term for a rash, ...
*  Mites of domestic animals
Diagnosis of mite infestations can be difficult because of the small size of most mites, but understanding how mites are ... London Sarcoptic mites in dogs Demodectic mites in dogs Sheep psoroptic mites - Iowa State University Sheep mites - ... Camels are prone to severe infestation and wild animals such as foxes may die from sarcoptes infestation. One genus of mites, ... The unusual life-cycle of trombiculid mites is described in the section on blood-sucking mites. Infestation of the outer skin ...
*  Flour mite
Wikihow How to Get Rid of and Prevent Flour Mites (domestic infestations). ... The flour mite, Acarus siro, a pest of stored grains, is one of many species of grain and flour mites. An older name for the ... The flour mite, which is pale greyish white in colour with pink legs, is the most common species of mite in foodstuffs. The ... When used for this purpose, they may be referred to as "cheese mites". If a person is bitten from a flour mite they might ...
*  Cheyletiella
There is no evidence in humans the mite infestation could be prolonged. Thus medical community does not accept the diagnosis of ... mite infestation in humans, but will treat the symptoms if necessary. Diagnosis is by finding the mites or eggs microscopically ... Cheyletiella is a genus of mites that live on the skin surface of dogs, cats, and rabbits, The adult mites are about 0.385 ... It is also known as walking dandruff due to skin scales being carried by the mites. Cheyletiellosis is seen more commonly in ...
*  Myobia musculi
Barthold, SW; Griffey, SM; Percy, DH (2016). "Ectoparasitic infestations: Fur mite infestations: Acariasis". Pathology of ... The Myobia musculi mite has four pairs of legs (as do all mites), but the first pair are very short, as an adaptation to ... The mites are generally found on the head, neck and shoulders of the mouse. Wall, Richard; Shearer, David (2008). "Myobia ... The second pair of legs end in empodia (claw-like structures). Adult mites are approximately 160-180 μm wide; females are 400- ...
*  Trombiculosis
"Harvest mite infestation in cats". Feline Advisory Bureau. November 2008. Retrieved 2013-09-28. Schalock, Peter C. (Last full ... Baumann T (March 2001). "New treatment for harvest mite infestation". Archives of Internal Medicine. 161 (5): 769. doi:10.1001/ ... Dusting sulfur is used commercially for mite control and can be used to control chiggers in yards. The dusting of shoes, socks ... Parcell, B. J., Sharpe, G., Jones, B. & Alexander, C. L. 2013: Conjunctivitis induced by a red bodied mite, Neotrombicula ...
*  Trombiculidae
Baumann T (March 2001). "New treatment for harvest mite infestation". Archives of Internal Medicine. 161 (5): 769. doi:10.1001/ ... Trombiculid mites go through a lifecycle of egg, larva, nymph, and adult. The larval mites feed on the skin cells of animals. ... Trombiculidae (/trɒmbɪˈkjuːlɪdiː/; also called berry bugs, harvest mites, red bugs, scrub-itch mites and aoutas) are a family ... is the term coined for the rash or infestation caused by trombiculid mites. Because chigger wounds are a complex combination of ...
*  Alternaria mali
Disease severity is aggravated by severe mite infestation; thus good mite management is an important factor in preventing ...
*  Slow bee paralysis virus
... through Varroa destructor mite infestations. The virus causes paralysis in the front two pairs of legs of adult bees eventually ... Many viruses that plague bees are found living within the Varroa mite but are not directly transmitted to the bee by the mites ... It is transmitted directly to adults and pupae when the mite feeds upon and infects the bee's hemolymph. The virus accumulates ... link) "Managing Varroa Mites in Honey Bee Colonies". NC State Extension. 23 Feb 2016. ...
*  Mites of livestock
The diagram Mite infestation sites on skin shows where typical infestations of different taxonomic groups mites on livestock ... Infestations of cattle with mites of the similar genus Chorioptes, in combination with Sarcoptes mite infestation, has been ... itch mites) Family: Sarcoptidae (sarcoptic mites) Family: Cytoditidae (air-sac mites) Family: Laminosioptidae (fowl cyst mites ... Mites are small crawling animals related to ticks and spiders. Most mites are free-living and harmless. Other mites are ...
*  Evolution of sexual reproduction
studied mite infestations of a parthenogenetic gecko species and its two related sexual ancestral species. Contrary to ... Hanley KA; Fisher RN; Case TJ (1995). "Lower mite infestations in an asexual gecko compared with its sexual ancestors". ... expectation based on the Red Queen hypothesis, they found that the prevalence, abundance and mean intensity of mites in sexual ...
*  Evolutionary history of life
Hanley, Kathryn A.; Fisher, Robert N.; Case, Ted J. (June 1995). "Lower Mite Infestations in an Asexual Gecko Compared With Its ... found that the prevalence, abundance and mean intensity of mites was significantly higher in sexual geckos than in asexuals ...
*  History of evolutionary thought
"Lower Mite Infestations in an Asexual Gecko Compared With Its Sexual Ancestors". Evolution. 49 (3): 418-426. doi:10.2307/ ... found that the prevalence, abundance and mean intensity of mites was significantly higher in sexual geckos than in asexuals ...
*  Folliculitis
Reaction to Demodex mite infestation may occasionally be misdiagnosed as folliculitis. Folliculitis keloidalis scarring on the ...
*  Propolis
... a natural pesticide that deters mite infestations. In neotropical regions, in addition to a large variety of trees, bees may ...
*  Jay Traver
This paper was a comprehensive study of a mite infestation of her scalp. Travers was the only one who could detect the mites, ... Dust mites, or Dermatophagoides scheremetewskyi, feed off of dead human skin cells but do not inhabit humans. However, due to ... Error is a consideration because if Traver did successfully capture dust mites as she claimed, as an entomologist she should ... Traver, Jay (February 1951). "Unusual Scalp Dermatitis in Humans Caused by the Mite, Dermatophagoides (Acarina, epidermoptidae ...
*  Burhou
The puffins have had to compete with gulls, and in 1949, hundreds died from red mite infestation. The rabbit holes on the ...
*  Fuchsia gall mite
Fuchsia species and cultivars vary in their susceptibilty to gall mite infestation; although all Fuchsia can host the mite, ... Fuchsia tissue becomes so distorted as a result of gall mite infestation that affected plants fail to produce normal growth and ... The mites are resistant to chemical treatments, because once symptoms are visible, the mites have already entered leaf and ... Aculops fuchsiae, commonly known as fuchsia gall mite, is a species of mite in the family Eriophyidae. It feeds on Fuchsia ...
*  Mange
... another term for mite infestation is acariasis. Parasitic mites that cause mange in mammals embed themselves either in skin or ... is sometimes reserved only for pathological mite-infestation of nonhuman mammals. Thus, mange includes mite-associated skin ... Sarcoptic mange, also known as canine scabies, is a highly contagious infestation of Sarcoptes scabiei canis, a burrowing mite ... The test is also positive in animals with ear mites, an ear canal infection caused by a different but closely related mite ( ...
*  Bryobia
1968). Bryobia praetiosa (clover mite) infestation in a feline. Can Vet Jour 9(11) 254-56. Hatzinikolis, E. N. and N. G. ... Bryobia mites are among the largest spider mites. The adult is visible to the naked eye. Mites of this genus are mainly ... Unlike some other spider mites, bryobia mites do not spin webs. The great majority of Bryobia mites are asexual (although ... In general, these mites are red in color with whitish setae and long legs with hooked claws. Bryobia mites feed on plants. They ...
*  Hypoaspis miles
Predatory mites are used as a natural method of preventing and curing mite infestations. Hypoaspis miles and the similar ... amphibian and invertebrate keepers as a preventative or reactive measure against grain mites and reptile mites. Where most mite ... Hypoaspis mites feed on fungus gnats, springtails, thrips pupae, and other small insects in the soil. The mite is 0.5 mm (1/50 ... Hypoaspis miles is a small (0.5 mm) light brown mite that lives in the top ½ in layer of soil. As a natural predator of fungus ...
*  Tarsonemidae
... can effectively manage broad mite infestations, with B. bassiana providing the greatest reduction. Predatory phytoseiid mites, ... Tarsonemidae is a family of mites, also called thread-footed mites or white mites. Only a limited number of tarsonemid genera ( ... However two species (the "broad mite" Polyphagotarsonemus latus and the "cyclamen mite" Steneotarsonemus pallidus) are able to ... comprehensive studies have been made into the biological and chemical control of the cyclamen mite and the broad mite. Chemical ...
*  Varroa destructor
A significant mite infestation will lead to the death of a honey bee colony, usually in the late autumn through early spring. ... The female mite enters a honey bee brood cell. As soon as the cell is capped, the Varroa mite lays eggs on the larva. The young ... Varroa mites are flat, having a button shape. They are 1-1.8 mm long, 1.5-2 mm wide and have eight legs. Mites reproduce on a ... The mite preferentially infests drone cells, allowing the mite to reproduce one more time with the extra three days it takes a ...
*  Ear mite
... which prevents mite infestation over that time. Ear mites spread rapidly, and can be transmitted from even brief physical ... Ear mites do not burrow as some mites do, but live within the ear canal.[citation needed] The life cycle of an individual mite ... infestation of cats through a natural infestation model. Parasite, 21, 40. doi:10.1051/parasite/2014042 Ear Mites FAQ from The ... Female mites are able to reproduce after about 3 weeks. The ear mite is the most common cause of ear infections in cats, ...
*  Friends of the Earth (US)
... asserting that other factors such as mite infestation are to blame. Recently, retailers such as Home Depot and BJ's Wholesale ...
*  Friedrich Ludwig (botanist)
"The Mite Infestation of Apartments, their Development and Treatment", 1904). The standard author abbreviation F.Ludw. is used ...
*  Inclusion body disease
The snake mite, Ophionyssus natricis, has been implicated as a possible vector for the virus, since mite infestations are ... Permethrin is known to be effective against mite infestations, but should be used with great caution and only in small ... The primary host of this virus has not yet been identified, but mites are thought to be primary hosts or at least a ... Mites are sometimes very difficult to eradicate due to their resistance to certain toxins used to eliminate them. ...