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The species Holaspina alstoni (Evans, 1956) from the family Parholaspididae Evans, 1956 was collected in the soils of three different Hungarian greenhouses. This is the first record of this family, the genus and the species in Hungary. A new key to the European parholaspidid mites is presented.

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