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A method of confining mites for population studies in the laboratory



A method of confining mites for population studies in the laboratory



International Journal of Acarology 8(4): 205-209



A method developed in the laboratory in Canada for confining individual phytoseiid mites with their prey at various densities using fine wire electrically heated to 54 deg C is described.

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Accession: 001038426

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DOI: 10.1080/01647958208683298



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