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Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand.

Marie Signe (JГёrgensen) Hammer

Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand.

by Marie Signe (JГёrgensen) Hammer

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Published by Kommissionaer: Munksgaard in København .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Oribatidae -- New Zealand,
    • Mites -- New Zealand

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      SeriesDet Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab. Biologiske skrifter, bd. 15, nr. 2;, Biologiske skrifter ;, 15:2.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH7.D4 bd. 15, nr. 2
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL223662M
      LC Control Numbera 68000011

      Preliminary report on bird banding in New Zealand (New Zealand. Dept. of Internal Affairs. Wildlife publication) [Robertson, C. J. R] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Preliminary report on bird banding in New Zealand (New Zealand. Dept. of Internal Affairs. Wildlife publication)Author: C. J. R Robertson. The study investigates diversity patterns in communities of soil oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) in three pine plantation forests in New Zealand. The distribution patterns at the metacommunity level were analyzed as the decay in community similarity as a function of intersample distance. The local diversity was analysed at the soil core by:

      Two new species of oribatid mites of the genus Macrogena (Oribatida, Ceratozetidae) are described from alpine soils of the South Island of New ena brevisensilla sp. n. and Macrogena abbreviata sp. n. differ from all species of this genus by the tridactylous legs and by the comparatively short interlamellar setae, respectively. New generic diagnosis and an identification key to Cited by: 3. The marine fauna of New Zealand: Ascidiacea (New Zealand Oceanographic Institute memoir) [R. H Millar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand by Marie Signe (JГёrgensen) Hammer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand. [Marie Signe Jørgensen Hammer]. West Samoa have together 47 species in common with Java, and Tahiti has The fauna has not, on the other hand, managed to reach Hawaii (2 species common with Java).

Neither are there many species in common with North America, South America or New Zealand. The islands in the southern. At head of title: Danish Scientific Investigation in Argentine under the auspices of Fundacion Williams, Buenos Aires.

Description: volumes illustrations, plates. The Fauna of New Zealand / Ko te Aitanga Pepeke o Aotearoa series has been widely acclaimed for its role in presenting New Zealand's unique terrestrial invertebrate fauna to the world since The Fauna of New Zealand is a monograph series with approximately two new issues a year.

79 issues have been published to date. Each number contains a checklist of the taxa, an introduction to the. Hammer M. () Investigations of the oribatid fauna of New Zealand. Part 1. Part 1. Biologiske Skrifter det Kongelige Dansk Videnskabernes Sels 1–Cited by: 6.

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Part II. Biologiske skrifter 15(4)1– PDF. Reference page. Hammer, M. Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand with a comparison between the oribatid fauna of New Zealand and that of the Andes Mountains, South America.

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Investigations on the oribatid fauna of the Andes Mountains. biodiversity and ecology of oribatid mites of New Zealand which was recently reported from Saitama Prefecture in a popular book Author: Wojciech Niedbała. Hammer, M.

() Investigations on the Oribatid fauna of New Zealand. Part I. Biologiske Skrifter det Kongelige Dan- ske Videns kabernes Selskab, 15, 1–Author: Badamdorj Bayartogtokh. Zeasuctobelba quinquenodosa Hammer, ; References. Hammer, M. Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand.

Part I. Biologiske skrifter, 15(2) ISSN: ; Hammer, M. Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand with a comparison between the oribatid fauna of New Zealand and that of the Andes Mountains, South.

Hammer, M. Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand with a comparison between the oribatid fauna of New Zealand and that of the Andes Mountains, South America. Part III. Part III. Biologiske skrifter, 16(2). Investigations on the Oribatid fauna of New Zealand.

This pattern is more complex than might be expected if the New Zealand oribatid fauna was derived from dispersal following re-emergence of. Capillibates. From Wikispecies. Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zealand. Part I. Biologiske skrifter, 15(2) ISSN: ; Additional references.

Luxton, M. Cryptostigmata (Arachnida: Acari) - a concise review. Fauna of New Zealand, (7) Retrieved from "https. Together with these new taxa, the oribatid fauna of the polar Urals comprises not less than species of 34 families.

This fauna consists mainly of species with the wide polyzonal geographical. Skr. Dan. Vid. Selsk. 10(1), ] is described and illustrated based on specimens from Ecuador and compared with specimens from Venezuela, which is a new record of its distribution.

Moreover it is compared with type material and holotype of the most similar species Platynothrus major Hammer, [ Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New by: 1. A CONTRIBUTION TO THE FAUNA OF PRIMITIVE ORIBATID MITES OF TURKEY (ACARI: ORIBATIDA) Tunahan Bezci, Sinem Karataş, investigation.

North-East Oriental and New Zealand. Remarks: The species H. luteus very similar to H. rufulus but differs from it by smaller body dimensions, blunt notogastral setae in medium length and medially.

Luxton, M. Studies on the oribatid mites of a Dunish beech wood soil. Pedobiologia, Luxton, M. Studies on the invertebrate fauna of New Zealand peat soils. Pedobiologia, Luxton, M.

Studies on the invertebrate fauna of New Zealand. Hammer M. () Investigations on the Oribatid fauna of New Zealand. Part III. Det Kong Dansk Vidensk Selsk Biol Skr 16 (2): 1– Hammer M. () Investigations on the oribatid fauna of Java. Det Kong Dansk Vidensk Selsk Biol Skr 22 (9): 1– Hammer M.

(a) On some oribatid mites from Java. Part I. Acarologia 22 (1): 81–Cited by: 2. Hammer M. () Investigations on the Oribatid fauna of New Zealand. Part III. Det Kong Dansk Vidensk Selsk Biol Skr 16 (2): 1– Hammer M.

() Investigations on the oribatid fauna of Tahiti, and some oribatids found on the Atoll Rangiroa. Det Kong Dansk Vidensk Selsk Biol Skr 19 (3): 1–Cited by: 8. To the knowledge of oribatid mites of the genus Nothrus (Acari, Oribatida, Nothridae) from Taiwan Investigations on the oribatid fauna of New Zea The present book is assigned to the broad.

Hammer, M., “Investigations on the Oribatid Fauna of the Andes Mountains. I. The Argentine and Bolivia,” Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab Biologiske Skrifter 10(1), 1– ().

Google ScholarAuthor: S. G. Ermilov, A. V. Tolstikov, V. M. Salavatulin, E. A. Bragin.The genus Scapheremaeus (Acari, Oribatida, Cymbaeremaeidae) in the oribatid mite fauna of New Zealand, with description of two new species Sergey G.

Ermilov 1 and Maria A. Minor 2 1 Tyumen State University, Tyumen, RussiaCited by: 3.