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The flower mites of Trinidad III: The genus Rhinoseius (Acari: Ascidae)

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THE FLOWER MITES OF TRINIDAD 111. THE GENUS RHINOSEIUS (ACARI: ASCIDAE) BARRY M. OCONNOR, ROBERT K. COLWELL, AND SHAHID NAEEM MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY, UNIVERSITY O F MICHIGAN NO. 184 Ann Arbor, February 25, 1997 ISSN 0076-8405 MISCEI,I,ANEOUS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF ZOOI,OC;Y, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NO. 184 The publication of the Museum of Zoolo<q, The University of Michigan, consist primarily of two series-the Occ;~sional Papers anti the Miscellaneous Publications. Both series were founded by Dr. Btyunt Walkel; Mr. Rradshaw EI. Swales, and Dr. W.W. Newcomb. Occasionally the Museum publislies contt-ibr~tions outside of these series; beginning in 1990 these are titled Special Publications and are nulnbered. All submitted manr~scripts receive external review. The Miscellaneous Publications, which include monographic studies, papers on field and I ~ I I - scum tech~liques, and other contributions not within the scope of the Occasional Papers, al-e pub- lished scparatcly. It is not intended that they be grouped into volumes. Each number has a title page and, when necessary, a table of contents. The Occasional Papers, publication of' which was begun in 1913, serve as a medium f'or original stutlies based principally upon the collections in the Museum. They are issued separatcly. When a sufficient number of pages has been printed to make a volume, a title page, table of contents, and an index are supplied to librar-ies and individuals on the mailing list for the series. Publication of the Occasional Papcrs has k)een suspendrd. A complete list ofpublicatior~s on Rirds, Fishes, Insects, Mammals, Mollr~sks, Reptiles and Atnphib- ians, and otllcr topics is available. Address inquiries to the Director, Museum of' Zoolohy, TTh? IJnivct-- sity of Miclligan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1079. Kluge, A.G. & 1i.A. N ~ ~ s s b a ~ ~ m . 1995. A review of' African-Madagascan gekkonid lizard phylogetly and biogeogmplly (Squamata). Misc

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