Program: Poster

Poster IDPoster presentorsPoster title
P1-1 Fernando Berton Baldo, Adalton Raga, Jeferson Luiz de Carvalho Mineiro and Jairo Lopes de CastroDiversity and population dynamic of mites from nectarine trees (Prunus persica var. nucipersica) in the southwest region of the State of Sao paulo, Brazil
P1-2 Akihito Ozawa, Toru Uchiyama and Shingo ToyoshimaSpecies composition of the predatory mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and the colonization of a foreign phytoseiid mite, Phytoseiulus persimilis Athias-Henriot in tea fields in Japan
P1-4 Bilal Saeed Khan, Mukhtar Ahmed, Khuram Zia, R.R.Khan, Subyan Faris Honey & Z.M. SarwarPredatory mite population of family phytoseiidae (Acari) on rose plantation in relation to abiotic factors and physiomorphic plant characters
P1-5 Botir Khaitov, J. David Patiño-Ruiz, Marian J. Gratzer, Tatiana Pina1 and Peter SchausbergerInterrelated effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and free-living, nitrogen-fixing bacteria on two-spotted spider mites on bean plants
P1-6 Daiki Yamazaki and Kyo ItoyamaSpider mites in TAMAGAWA-NASHI; their pesticide susceptibilities and seasonal occurrences in urbanized Japanese pear orchards
P1-7 David WARI and Shoji SONODAIdentification of wild plant species possibly promoting the occurrence of phytoseiid mites in Japanese peach orchards
P1-8 Daniela D. M. Rezende, Renata S. de Mendonça, Daniel C. Oliveira, Manoel G. C. Gondim Jr., Gilberto J. Moraes, Marie-Stéphane Tixier, and Denise NaviaMolecular variability among populations of the predatory mite Amblyseius largoensis Muma (Phytoseiidae) from Asia, Indian Ocean Islands and the Americas
P1-9 Diego Balza, Carlos Vásquez and Rosario ValeraBiological aspects of Raoiella indica Hirst (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) on Musa sp. cultivars: Possible role of leaf anatomy and chemistry
P1-10 Dominiek Vangansbekea, Duc Tung Nguyena, Joachim Audenaertb, Ruth Verhoevenb, Luc Tirrya, Bruno Gobinb & Patrick De ClercqSelecting the optimal supplemental food source for thrips control with Amblyseius swirskii: less is more?
P1-11 Evangelia Morou, Anastasia Sandri, Nikoletta Kryovrisanaki, Maria Riga, Caterina D’ambrosio, Thomas Van Leeuwen, Kriton Kalantidis, John VontasPlant mediated dsRNA-based approaches to block P450 based detoxification of insecticides and plant allelochemicals in Tetranychus urticae
P1-12 Isis A. Jaimez-Ruiz, Gabriel Otero-Colina, Guadalupe Valdovinos-Ponce, Juan A. Villanueva Jiménez and Jorge Vera GrazianoPopulation Fluctuation and Morpho-Histological Injuries Caused by Steneotarsonemus spinki Smiley (Acari: Tarsonemidae) on Rice Variety Morelos A-92
P1-13 Haruki Katayama and Syuji KanekoPromoting the indigenous natural enemies of citrus red mite by using calcium carbonate and sod culture in satsuma mandarin orchards
P1-14 Yui Iwai and Hideyuki IchihashiDoes a green light-emitting diode help Neoseiulus californicus for spider mite control on strawberries?
P1-15 Hiroshi Hada, Norihide HinomotoEffect of acaricides on inbreeding and genetic structure of populations of the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae
P1-16 Hyeong Hwan Kim, Dong Hwan Kim, Taek Jun Kang, Myoung Rae Cho, Chang Yeol Yang, Sung Wook Jeon, and Jin Sun SongBiological control of the fungus gnat, Bradysia difformis and Lycoriella ingenua with predatory soil mite, Hypoaspis aculeifer in mushroom crops in Korea
P1-17 Dong Hwan Kim, Myoung Rae Cho, Seung Joon Ahn1, Jong Ho Lee, Sung Wook Jeon, Taek Jun Kang, Hyeong Hwan Kim, and Chang Yeol YangOccurrence and distribution of the grape rust mite Calepitrimerus vitis (Nalepa, 1905) in Korea
P1-18 Inga C. Christiansen and Peter SchausbergerCosts of early learning in foraging contexts in the generalist predatory mite Amblyseius swirskii
P1-19 Jae Seong Im, Seung Tae Kim, Sue Yeon Lee, Jong Kook Jung, Sun Kyung Lee, Byung In Son and Joon-Ho LeeInfluence of environmentally friendly agricultural materials on Tetranychus urticae (Acari : Tetranychidae) and Neoseiulus californicus (Acari: Phytoseiidae)
P1-20 Jarongsak Pumnuan and Ammorn InsungFumigant Toxicity of Lemon Grass, Citronella Grass and Black Pepper Essential Oils against Mushroom Mite, Dolichocybe indica Mahunka
P1-21 Jorge E. Peña, Daniel Carrillo, Rita E. Duncan Harold Denmark, Ronald Ochoa, and Cal WelbournMites inhabiting tropical fruit in continental USA
P1-24 Pablo Urbaneja-Bernat, Ernestina Aguilar-Fenollosa, Marta Monserrat and Josep A. JacasClimate change effects on a tri-trophic system: clementine – Tetranychus urticae ? phytoseiids
P1-25 Marian Gómez-Martínez, Josep A. Jacas and Tatiana PinaCould grass thrips contribute to maintain phytoseiid mite populations in clementine orchards?
P1-26 Ernestina Aguilar-Fenollosa, Jordi Rey-Caballero, José M. Blasco, Mónica A. Hurtado, Josep A. JacasHas the occurrence of host adaptation any implication for dispersal of Tetranychus urticae?
P1-27 Juliette Pijnakker, Izabela Toczko, Amandine De Souza & Felix WäckersBiological control of the tomato russet mite Aculops lycopersici (Acari: Eriophyidae) in greenhouse grown tomatoes
P1-28 Ken FunayamaGeneralist phytoseiid mites serve as important biological control agents to the two-spotted spider mite in apple orchards
P1-29 Liana Johann, Noeli Juarez Ferla and Gervásio Silva CarvalhoComparative biology of Agistemus floridanus and Neoseiulus californicus feeding on Panonychus ulmi on vine leaves
P1-30 Liana Johann, Maicon Toldi, Noeli Juarez Ferla and Gervásio Silva CarvalhoDo Agistemus floridanus and Neoseiulus californicus compete for Panonychus ulmi?
P1-31 Stephanie Guzman-Valencia, Ma. Teresa Santillán-Galicia, Ariel W. Guzmán-Franco, Héctor González-HernándezGeographical separation affects differently the genetic population structure of sympatric species of mites in avocado orchards
P1-32 Eber Josué. Sánchez-Velázquez, Ma.Teresa Santillán-Galicia, Valdenice M. Novelli, M. Andreia Nunes et al.Population genetic structure and genetic variation amongst Brevipalpus phoenicis from Brazil and Mexico
P1-33 Maria Navajas, Josep Jacas, Françoise Petter, Sara TramontiniThe plant health challenge of detecting invasive mites: what can we learn from Europe?
P1-34 Jeferson Luiz de Carvalho Mineiro, Mario Eidi Sato, Ronald Ocho, Valdenice Novelli, Maria Andreia Nunes and Patricia Ramos FerreiraBrevipalpus phoenicis (group species B) on Citrus spp. and Coffea arabica, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil
P1-35 Rafael Sorrentino Minazzi Stocco, Mario Eidi Sato, Marcos Zatti da Silva and Taiana Lumi SantosStability of resistance and monitoring of etoxazole resistance in Brazilian populations of Tetranychus urticae Koch (Acari: Tetranychidae)
P1-36 Masatoshi Toyama, Hidenari Kishimoto, Satoshi Toda, Koji Mishiro, Fumio Ihara and Ryo NakanoEffect of tree undergrowth on the occurrence of tetranychid mites in orchards
P1-37 Masatoshi MochizukiSeasonal occurrence and species composition of phytoseiid mites and phytophagous thrips on forage soybean in terms of conservation for phytoseiid mites in vineyards
P1-38 Doaa Abd El-Maksoud Abou El-Atta, Noureldin Abuelfadl Ghazy, Mohamed Ali OsmanEffects of temperature on the life-history traits of Sancassania (Caloglyphus) berlesei (Acari: Acaridae) feeding on root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp.
P1-39 Noeli Juarez Ferla, Juliana Granich, Angélica Bilhar Arce, Tairis da Costa, Júlia Jantsch FerlaMitefauna associated to Yerba Mate plants (Ilex paraguariensis) in Putinga county, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
P1-40 Prapassorn Bussaman, Chirayu Sa-uth, Angsumarn Chandrapatya and Hsin ChiBiology and life table of mushroom mite, Luciaphorus perniciosus Rack infesting the tropical white rot fungus, Lentinus squarrosulus Mont. in Thailand
P1-41 R. N. Singh and Tetsuo GotohPlant Feeding Mites of Economic Plants of India
P1-42 Rana AKYAZI, Mete SOYSAL and Duygu EMINOGLUGarlic (Allium sativum L.) bulb extract and soft soap’s effect on hatchability of Tetranychus urticae Koch (Prostigmata: Tetranychidae) eggs.
P1-43 Ochoa, R1, Beard, J., Mineiro, J., Bauchan, G.Brevipalpus spp. on CItrus a puzzle box
P1-44 Shaoli Wang and Xiaofeng TangMonitoring of insecticide resistance in Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae) populations from Beijing, China
P1-45 Shoko Kawaguchi and Masahiro OsakabeFeeding is essential for body color change in diapausing females of the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae.
P1-46 Sun Kyung Lee, Jong Kook Jung, Jae Seong Im, Byung In Son, Hyo Seok Lee and Joon-Ho LeeArea wide distribution of the grape rust mite, Calepitrimuerus vitis (Nalepa), in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
P1-47 Takako Aboshi, Nobuhiro Shimizu, Yuji Nakajima, Yoshiyuki Honda, Yasumasa Kuwahara, Hiroshi Amano, and Naoki MoriBiosynthesis of linoleic acid in Tyrophagus mites (Acarina: Acaridae)
P1-48 Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, Tran Ngoc Vu, Tran Thi Thien AnPOPULATION DYNAMICS OF PHYTOPHAGOUS AND PREDATORY MITES (ACARI: TETRANYCHIDAE, PHYTOSEIIDAE) ON SOLANACEOUS AND CUCURBITACEOUS VEGETABLES IN HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
P1-49 Toshio Kitamura and Mitsuyoshi TakedaThe mechanism of resistance of Solanum habrochaites to tomato russet mite
P1-50 Yiying Zhao, Xiaodong Wang, Feng Liu Silencing of a fusion fragment by using bacterially expressed dsRNA to downregulate Tetranychus turkestani gene expression
P1-51 Feng Liu, Xiaodong Wang, Yiying ZhaoSilencing of chitin synthase gene by RNAi is lehal to Tetranychus turkestani.
P1-52 Yoshinori Kunimoto, Kiyohide Inda, Yuzo Koyama and Eizi YanoSpecies composition of predator mites surrounding the chrysanthemumfields in Nara prefecture and their occurence in relation to chemical spreying
P1-53 Denise Navia, Andrea Sampaio dos Santos and Carlos Holger Wenzel FlechtmannEriophyoid mites from Brazil ? An annotated check list
P2-1 Ammorn Insung, Jarongsak Pumnuan and Teerapong WangapaiEffectiveness of Essential Oils of Medicinal Plants on Reduction of Allergen produced by House Dust Mite, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus Trouessart
P2-2 Fabio Akashi HernandesAsymmetry and heteromorphism in feather mites (Astigmata)
P2-3 Luiz Gustavo de Almeida Pedroso, Fabio Akashi Hernandes, David Vilas Boas Filho, Angelo Pires do PradoRoadkills: an efficient source for collecting diverse feather mites (Astigmata)
P2-4 Abo-Taka, S. M1, Heikal, H. M. and Abd El-Raheem, A. M.The macrochelid mite, Macrocheles muscaedomesticae (Acarina: Macrochelidae) as a biological control agent against house fly, Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae) stages
P2-5 Hiroko Ejiri , Ryusei Kuwata Haruhiko Isawa, Toshinori Sasaki, Toshihiko Hayashi , Mutsuo Kobayashi, Kyoko SawabeAnalysis of the novel virus of the genus Phlebovirus isolated from Haemaphysalis flava collected in Japan
P2-6 Hussien A. RezkRelationship between allergenic dust mites and predatory mites in Egyptian homes
P2-8 S Reynolds, RN Pike, AM Blom, K FischerScabies mite inactivated serine protease paralogs inhibit the human complement system
P2-10 Mari H. Ogihara, Juri Hikiba, DeMar Taylor, Hiroshi KataokaBehavior of sterols after blood feeding in the soft tick Ornithodoros moubata
P2-11 Tomoo Yoshino, Kii Ushiyama and Mitsuhiko AsakawaTICKS AND MITES FROM WILD BIRDS SURVEY PERFORMED BY THE WILD ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER OF RAKUNO GAKUEN UNIVERSITY IN JAPAN
P2-12 Maicon Toldi, Guilherme Liberato da Silva, Daiâni Cardoso Faleiro, Matheus dos Santos Rocha, Noeli Juarez Ferla, Júlia Jantsch FerlaLife history of the predatory mite Cheyletus malaccensis (Acari: Cheyletidae) feeding on poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae (Acari: Dermanyssidae) at different temperatures
P2-13 Ryota Matsuyama, Toshihiro Yabusaki, Shunichi Baba, Teruki Kadosaka, Tsukasa Okano, Takuya Kato, Makoto Asano, Masatsugu SuzukiGenetic epidemiology of sarcoptic mange among raccoon dogs (Nyctereutes procyonoides); the possible transmission of Sarcoptes scabiei between raccoon dogs and companion dogs
P2-14 Muhammad Asif Qayyoum and Sebahat K. Ozman-SullivanHousehold poultry cage mites of Samsun Province, Turkey
P2-15 Suneerat Ruangsomboon, Jarongsak Pumnuan and Ammorn InsungAcaricidal Activities of Algal Extracts Against House Dust Mite, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus Trouessart
P2-16 Takashi Tsunoda and Mamoru TakahashiTrombiculid mites in association with sika deer in Boso Peninsula, Japan.
P2-17 Tsuneo UchiyamaAnalysis of rickettsiae isolated from ticks in a spotted fever-free area in Japan
P2-18 Yasuhiro Yano, Nobuhiro Takada, Hiromi Fujita, Mutsuyo Gokudenn and Shyuji AndoSituations and ultrastructure of spotted fever rickettsiae in nymphal Haemaphysalis hystrisis tick
P2-19 Yasuki Kitashima and Singo WaguriInvasion of Balaustium murorum (Hermann) in pharmaceutical factory
P2-20 Shoji SONODA and David WARIGeneralist phytoseiid mite Euseius sojaensis contributes to suppression of spider mite densities at organic peach orchard with no chemical application
P3-1 Agnieszka Kiedrowicz, Anna SkorackaHost specificity of dry bulb mite, Aceria tulipae (Eriophyoidea)
P3-2 Agnieszka Kiedrowicz, Lechosław Kuczyński, Anna Skoracka, Wiktoria Szydło, Mariusz LewandowskiSpatial distribution of wheat curl mite biotypes differing in their host specificity and invasive potential ? preliminary research
P3-3 Agnieszka Kiedrowicz, Lechosław Kuczyński,Brian Rector, Paulina Kaczmarek, Anna SkorackaThermal niche of economically important phytophagous eriophyoid mites
P3-4 Gonçalo Matos, Nicky Wybouw, Maria Riga, John Vontas, Thomas Van Leewen, Élio Sucena, Sara MagalhãesIs the immune response of Tetranychus urticae representative of the basal arthropods’?
P3-5 Aoi Murase, Shuichi YanoThe Exploration of Methods for Rearing Eriophyid Mite sp. Inhabiting Domatia on Camphor Leaves
P3-6 Cassandra Marinosci, Ophélie Ronce, Sara Magalhães, Isabelle OlivieriExperimental evolution of the spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, on tomato plants: which traits matter in adaptation to a novel host?Cancelled
P3-7 Cassandra Marinosci, Céline Devaux, Sara Magalhães, Emilie Macke, Maria Navajas, Isabelle OlivieriLife history trait changes in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae in response to host plant shift
P3-8 Dagmar VoigtIn situ visualization of spider mite-plant interfaces
P3-10 Francisco FerragutPhytoseiid mites and plants. Analyzing host plant preferences and vertical distribution
P3-11 Hideo OtakeSoil mites at the tsunami-stricken (or suffered) areas
P3-12 Hiroshi Abé and Yuhki OhtsukaWater mites on aquatic hemipterans, with reference to selection sites and host preferences
P3-13 Inês Santos, Leonor Rodrigues, Flore Zélé, Sara MagalhãesEffect of Wolbachia removal in mating discrimination among populations of Tetranychus urticae
P3-14 Ismail Kasap,Remzi Atlıhan and Şahin KökPopulation growth of Panonychus ulmi (Koch) on two apple cultivars
P3-15 Jaroslav Smrž Wellness or sickness of mites related to the accompanied phenomena of digestibility of mite food – the biological and ecological consequences.
P3-16 Jie Liu, Wim Jonckheere, Nicky Wybouts, Robert Schuurink, Thomas van Leeuwen, Merijn KantA family of small secreted salivary proteins of spider mites which may interfere with plant defenses
P3-17 Júlia Jantsch Ferla, Thayná Fernanda de Souza Radaelli, Patrícia Zampol, Elisete Maria de Freitas and Noeli Juarez FerlaPhytoseiid mites in riparian forest of Taquari river, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
P3-18 Júlia Jantsch Ferla, Guilherme Liberato da Silva, Liana Johann, Uemerson Silva da Cunha, Matheus dos Santos Rocha, Noeli Juarez FerlaTydeidae and Triophtydeidae community in vineyards: population dynamics, interactions with environment conditions and predatory mites from Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil
P3-19 Keiko Oku, Berhane T. Weldegergis, Erik H. Poelman, Peter W. de Jong, Marcel DickeA trial for understanding sexual communication in spider mites
P3-20 Maciej Skoracki, Lajos Rozsa, Zoltan Vas, Martin Hromada, Miroslava KlimovicovaAre there signs of sexual selection in the extremely inbred syringophilid quill mites?
P3-21 Mariusz Więcek, Peter MartinDistribution patterns and environmental requirements of water mites (Hydrachnidia: Acari) in peatland habitats.
P3-22 Michael Seiter and Peter SchausbergerMaternal predation risk affects offspring anti-predator behavior in the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis
P3-23 Naoki Kishimoto, Hiroshi Amano and Norizumi ShinkajiArboreal oribatid mites caught in the act of moving to overwintering sites? A report on the case of Japanese pear tree. Cancelled
P3-24 Natalia LebedevaArboricular oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) in nests and birds from Ciscaucasus
P3-26 Diogo Godinho, Salomé Clemente Cristina Cruz, Arne Janssen and Sara MagalhãesTetranychus Ludeni: Another manipulator of plant defences
P3-27 Sarasa Yano and Hirota MitsuruVertical distributions of Oribatid mites under different forest types in cool-temperate forests soil
P3-28 Sauro Simoni, Giuseppe Mazza, Franca Tarchi, Silvia Guidi, Roberto Nannelli, Donatella Goggioli, Claudia Benvenuti, Valeria Francardi and Pio Federico RoversiUropodina mites associated with Red Palm Weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier, 1790), in Italy
P3-29 Mariusz Lewandowski, Marcin Kozak and Tobiasz DruciarekInfluence of sunlight on distribution of eriophyoid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea) on pine trees
P3-30 Tomomi Sato, Toshihiko Hayashi, Yoshihide Maekawa, Kyo Itoyama and Kyoko SawabeInvestigation of the species composition and seasonal occurrence of ixodid ticks in Atsugi city, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, 2013-2014.
P3-31 Ugis KagainisMorphological variability of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of the genus Carabodes C.L. Koch, 1835 (Carabodidae) and its dependence on different abiotic and biotic factors
P3-32 Xiaoning Zhang, Dingxu Li, Juan Tian, Yanlan Guo, Yuling YangEffects of delayed mating on the reproduction of the hawthorn spider mite, Tetranychus viennensis Zacher (Acari: Tetranychidae)
P3-33 Chae Younghae, Katsura Ito, Nanako Yokoyama, Tatsuya Fukuda, Ryo ArakawaMale aggression in bamboo-inhabiting Stigmaeopsis spider mite (Tetranychidae)
P3-34 Yudai Yamashita, Takeshi Kojima and Masayuki SakumaHygrotaxis of mold mites: sequential humidity detection mediates migration toward moist environments
P3-35 Sebahat K. Ozman-Sullivan, Michel Bertrand, Gregory T. Sullivan, Jean-Pierre Lumaret Phoretic mites (Acari:Mesostigmata) on dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in Turkey.
P4-1 Aboulfazl MoradiTwo new species of the family Pterygosomatidae (Acari: Trombidiformes) from Iran
P4-2 Ali Reza Arjmandi-Nezhad and Esmaeil BabaeianMites of the family Macrochelidae (Mesostigmata: Eviphidoidea) in Guilan province, Iran
P4-3 Mércia Elias Duarte, Denise Navia, Elio Cesar Guzzo, Norton Polo Benito, and Edmilson Santos SilvaEriophyid mites in the genus Abacarus Keifer associated with sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) in the Americas – a morphometric characterization
P4-4 Ekaterina A. SidorchukAcarine paleodiversity: a glimpse through the prism of fossil resins
P4-5 Francisco Ferragut and Denise NaviaPhytoseiid mites from the end of the world
P4-6 Jose Orlando Combita Heredia, Elisa Jimeno Calle, and Rodulfo Ospina TorresWater mites of Colombia
P4-7 Luz Stella Fuentes Quintero, Karen Muñoz-Cárdenas, Jose OrlandoA re-description of Balaustium leanderi (Haitlinger, 2000) comb. nov. (Actinotrichida, Erythraeidae) with first characteristic of all stages and taxonomic notes on the genus
P4-8 Krishna KarmakarThe mites of the family Tarsonemidae in West Bengal, India (Acari: Heterostigmata)
P4-9 Pieter D. Theron, and Louwrens R. TiedtNotes on Eatoniana (Erythraeidae), the enigmatic plume-footed mite.
P4-10 Maka Murvanidze, Levan Mumladze, Shalva Barjadze, Tea Arabuli and Mary SalakaiaOribatida diversity in different microhabitats of Mtirala National Park
P4-11 Mariusz Więcek, Jacek Dabert, Heather ProctorEvolution of male and female morphology and behaviour in Arrenurus water mites (Acariformes: Hydrachnidia: Arrenuridae).
P4-12 Martin Hromada, Miroslava Klimovičová, Lajos Rózsa, Zoltán Vas and Maciej SkorackiEvolutionary co- variation of host-parasite diversity in quill mites (Acari: Syringophilidae) – confirmation of Eichler´s rule
P4-13 Miroslava Klimovičová, Martin Hromada and Maciej SkorackiFoster species or phylogeny does matter? Quill mite fauna of avian brood parasites
P4-14 Mohamed W. NegmFirst record of Cornigamasus ocliferius Skorupski and Witali?ski, 1997 and Parasitus fimetorum (Berlese, 1904) (Acari: Mesostigmata: Parasitidae) from Egypt
P4-15 Nobuo Tsurusaki and Mamaru TakahashiChromosomes of four species of the chigger mites from the Ryukyu Islands, with notes on geographic or intercolonial variation of the chromosome number in Vatacarus ipoides and Leptotrombidium deliense (Acari: Prostigmata: Trombiculidae)
P4-16 Norman J. FashingDo axillary organs differ in the various species of Algophagidae (Astigmatina : Hericiinae)?
P4-18 Omid Jadidi, Omid JoharchiMesostigmatic mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) in Markazi province, Iran
P4-19 Pouneh Kafi, Hadi Ostovan and Omid JoharchiStudy on fauna of edaphic monogynaspid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) in some Regions of Yazd Province
P4-20 Rana AYAZI, Omid JOHARCHI, Ali AHADIYAT and Muhammet Ali ÖZATAMesostigmatic mite species from Turkey
P4-21 Salih Doğan, Sibel Dilkaraoğlu, Hakan Aksoy, Medeni AykutNew Occurrence of the Uncommon Hygrobiotic Mite Family Homocaligidae (Acari, Raphignathoidea) in Turkey
P4-22 Salih Doğan, Sevgi Sevsay, Nusret Ayyıldız, Hasan Hüseyin Özbek, Sibel Dilkaraoğlu, Orhan Erman, Hakan AksoyThe mite fauna of Ek?isu Marsh in Erzincan (Turkey)
P4-23 Sara Ramroodi, Jalil Hajizadeh and Omid JoharchiFaunestic survey on laelapid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) of Guilan province with new records for Iran
P4-24 Sergey Ya. PopovHomologous series in the inheritance of Tetranychus spider mite species variability
P4-25 Sri Hartini and Gen TakakuMacrochelid mites (Acari: Gamasida: Macrochelidae) from Kaimana of West Papua, Indonesia, and endemism of macrochelid mite fauna in New Guinea Island
P4-26 Wiktoria Szydło, Evsel Denizhan, Anna SkorackaGenetic diversity of wheat curl mite, Aceria tosichella (Acari: Eriophyoidea), in Turkey
P5-1 Edith G. Estrada-Venegas, Ignacio M. Vázquez-Rojas, Blanca E. Mejia-Recamier and Guadalupe López-CamposCunaxid mites in decaying wood from Tropical Rain Forest in Mexico
P5-2 Acuña-Soto Jesus A., Estrada-Venegas Edith .G. y Equihua-Martínez ArmandoEriophyid mites (Acari: Eriophyiodea) associated with forest plants in Mexico
P5-3 Josefina Cao López, Edith Estrada Venegas and Juan Luis LealPresence of the family Tuckerellidae (Acari, Tetranychoidea) in Cuba and Mexico. Distribution and host plants.
P5-4 M. Patricia Chaires Grijalva, Edith G. Estrada Venegas, Armando Equihua Martínez.Trophic habits of mesostigmatid mites associated to bark beetles in Mexico
P5-5 Kazumi TagamiA histiostomatid attaches to the most common Dermaptera in Japan
P5-6 Jerzy Michalik, Bożena Sikora, Maciej Skoracki, Barbara PiłacińskaInfestation of the European hedgehog, Erinaceus europaeus, by Ixodes spp. ticks in sylvatic habitats of west-central Poland
P5-7 Mark Anthony A. Mangoba and Miriam A. AcdaResponse of Suidasia pontifica Oudemans to Phosphine Fumigation
P5-8 Taro MaedaInfestation of honey bees by tracheal mites, Acarapis woodi, in Japan.