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The mite-host association presented here are novel, and it is the first time to record mites parasitizing mosquito pupa.
Lamachus gilpiniae Uchida, 1955, parasitizing on Diprion jingyuanensis and Gilpinia tohi Takeuchi, 1940, distributed in China and Japan (Uchida 1955; Li et al.
Copepods known from histopathological surveys of commercially important bivalves are mainly reported parasitizing the intestinal tract (Cremonte, 2011).
Foraging efficiency of Lysiphlebus fabarum Marshall (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) parasitizing the black bean aphid, Aphis fabae Scopoli (Hemiptera: Aphididae), under laboratory conditions.
Kren (1996) recorded desertion in blackbirds of different ages and social status only at experimentally parasitized nests that suffered egg damage, despite parasitizing more than 1000 nests with model cowbird eggs in Nebraska.
Hannemania mite larvae are known to infest a variety of amphibian species but no data exist for characteristics of Hannemania parasitizing the cliff chirping frog, Eleutherodactylus marnockii.
This story began when Brunner, who directs WSU's Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center in Wenatchee, Washington, discovered the wasp, Colpoclypeus florus, parasitizing leafrollers in central Washington.
And the animals and plants that do the parasitizing are as varied as their hosts.
The alternative was to infect the same Drosophila species that nematodes had been parasitizing (either in the wild, for the survey of isofemale strains, or in the laboratory selection regime), thus ensuring that no nematodes would be excluded from the assay.
Bio-Path uses naturally-occurring fungal organisms to infect roaches which visit the fungal "station," later parasitizing the entire colony.