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Accounts are given on the eriophyoid fauna of Hungary. Based on the literature records, a total of 336 mite species are listed from 370 host species of 55 plant families. The families Phytoptidae, Eriophyidae and Diptilomiopidae are represented by 12, 303 and 21 species, respectively. Aculus dictamni (Farkas), Aculus mori (Farkas) and Cecidophyes gymnaspis (Nalepa) are new combinations.

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: basiventral femoral setae bv being absent on both leg pairs and having three ridges on the opisthosoma. The genus Paraepitrimerus Xue et Hong (Acari: Acariformes: Eriophyidae) is represented by 4 species, viz. Paraepitrimerus sanguisorbae Xue et Hong, P

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species of eriophyid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea) . Florida Entomologist , 67 , 198 – 213 . Chetverikov , P. E . ( 2005 ): Eriophyid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea: Eriophyidae) of the genus Leipothrix Keifer, 1966 from sedges (family Cyperaceae L

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Eriophyid Mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea) . Warsaw Agricultural University Press , Warsaw , 254 p. Farkas , H . ( 1965 ): Spinnentiere, Eriophyidae (Gallmilben) . In: P. Brohmer , P. Ehrmann und G. Ulmer (eds): Die tierwelt Mitteleuropas

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first records of eriophyid mites (Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) on grasses in Egypt . Egypt J. Agric. Res. , 93 , 41 – 59 . Huang , K.-W. ( 2001 ): Eriophyoid mites of Taiwan: description of eighty-six species from the Tengchih area (Acarina

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. ( 1960 ): Eriophyes rubi n. sp. (Acarina, Eriophyidae) an Rubus caesius und Rubus thyrsoideus . Zeitschrift für Angewandte Entomologie , 46 , 245 − 253 . Domes , R . ( 1962 ): Anthocoptes rubi n. sp. (Acar., Eriophyidae) an Rubus bifrons Vest

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Author made a regular mite collectings between 1990 and 2003 on ornamental trees and shrubs, on streets, parks, green spaces of housing estates, botanical gardens and private gardens, in various localities of Hungary. During this survey new shrub-infesting Floracarus, Acaphyllisa and two new Anthocoptes species were collected: Floracarus atillai n. sp., Acaphyllisa rakoczii n. sp., Anthocoptes hungaricus n. sp. and Anthocoptes scythiacus n. sp. are described and illustrated from Rhamnus utilis and Rhamnus cathartica, Salix elaeagnos, Hippophaë rhamnoides and Elaeagnus umbellata , respectively. Apodiptacus cordifomis is recorded for the first time in Hungary, collected from the leaves of Juglans nigra .

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Author made a regular mite collectings between 1990 and 2009 on ornamental trees and shrubs, on streets, parks, green spaces of housing estates, forests, botanical gardens and private gardens, in various localities of Hungary. During this survey a new tree-infesting Calepitrimerus species was collected: Calepitrimerus mathiasrexi n. sp. is described and illustrated from Sorbus torminalis . Acaricalus cerriquerci is a new species for the fauna of Hungary.

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Female of Aculus scutellariae (Canestrini et Massalongo, 1895) is redescribed, male and nymph are described and illustrated. It was collected from Scutellaria hastifolia L. (Fam. Lamiaceae) in Hungary.

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The predacious mite Typhlodromips swirskii (Athias-Henriot) completed its life-span when fed on the motile stages of the mango bud mite Aceria mangiferae Sayed, the mango rust mite Metaculus mangiferae (Attiah), the leaf coating mite Cisaberoptus kenyae Keifer and nymphs of mango red mite Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman and Sabra) in the laboratory at different temperatures and relative humidities. The increase of different temperatures and decrease relative humidities from 25°C and 60% to 30°C and 55% and 35°C and 50% shortened development and increased reproduction and prey consumption. Life table parameters indicated that feeding T. swirskii on A. mangiferae led to the highest reproduction rate (rm = 0.216 females/female/day), while feeding on O. mangiferus gave the lowest reproduction rate (rm= 0.183) at 35°C and 50% R. H. Different prey species of eriophyid mango mites, especially A. mangiferae , have a high nutritional value for T. swirskii , as a facultative predator, than the tetranychid mango mite.

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