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dc.contributor.authorAkyazi, Rana
dc.contributor.authorUeckermann, Eddie A.
dc.contributor.authorAkyol, Duygu
dc.contributor.authorSoysal, Mete
dc.identifier.citationAkyazi, R. et al. 2017. Distribution of mite species (Acari) on persimmon trees in Turkey (Ordu), with one newly recorded mite species and one re-described species. International journal of acarology, 43(8):563-581. []en_US
dc.identifier.issn1945-3892 (Online)
dc.description.abstractPersimmon is a deciduous and perennial tree of the Ebenaceae family. Diospyros kaki Thunb. and Diospyros lotus L. are the most common persimmon species in Turkey and cultivated especially in the northeastern parts of the country. This study was carried out to determine the mite species on D. kaki and D. lotus in the Ordu province (Black Sea region, Turkey) during 2012 and 2013. The survey was conducted weekly between April and October of each year. Leaf samples were collected from nine different districts (Altınordu, Çaybaşı, Fatsa, Gülyalı, İkizce, Kabadüz, Perşembe, Ulubey, and Ünye) of the Ordu province. Thirty-five mite species representing three orders were found in the surveys. Tydeus goetzi Schruft, 1972 (Prostigmata: Tydeidae) is newly discovered from Turkey and here described and illustrated. Brachytydeus paraobliqua (Panou & Emmanouel, 1996) (Prostigmata: Tydeidae) is re-described and its trito- and deutonymph are described for the first time. The results also showed that predatory mites formed the larger component of the mite fauna on persimmonen_US
dc.publisherTaylor & Francisen_US
dc.subjectDiospyros kakien_US
dc.subjectDiospyros lotusen_US
dc.subjectNew recorden_US
dc.subjectOrdu Turkeyen_US
dc.titleDistribution of mite species (Acari) on persimmon trees in Turkey (Ordu), with one newly recorded mite species and one re-described speciesen_US
dc.contributor.researchID10999876 - Ueckermann, Edward Albert

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