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Differences in dorsal integumentary lobe densities between tetranychus urticae and tetranychus cinnabarinus acarina tetranychidae from northeastern north carolina usa

Brandenburg, R.L.; Kennedy, G.G.

International Journal of Acarology 7(1-4): 231-234

1981


ISSN/ISBN: 0164-7954
Accession: 005150263

With the aid of a scanning electron microscope, differences in the density of dorsal integumentary lobes on 2 spp. of spider mites, T. urticae Koch and T. cinnabarinus (Boisduval) were significant. Lobes per 10 .mu. along an integumentary fold avaraged 6.44 (SE = 0.85, n = 30) for T. urticae and 7.47 (SE = 0.81, n = 30) for T. cinnabarinus.

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