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Fig. 1. Acarapis externus female, dorsal view.
Fig. 2. Acarapis externus female, ventral view.
Fig. 3. Acarapis externus male, dorsal view.
Fig. 4. Acarapis externus male, ventral view.
Fig. 5. Acarapis woodi male, dorsal view; LT-SEM (digitally colorized) photo by Ron Ochoa & Gary Bauchan, USDA-ARS.
Fig. 6. Acarapis woodi female inside honey bee trachea; LT-SEM (digitally colorized) photo by Ron Ochoa & Gary Bauchan, USDA-ARS.
Fig. 7. Acarapis woodi in a trachea of the European honey bee, Apis mellifera; photo by Barry OConnor, University of Michigan.
Fig. 1. Acarus siro phoretic deutonymph, dorsal view.
Fig. 2. Acarus siro phoretic deutonymph, ventral view.
Fig. 3. Acarus siro phoretic deutonymph propodosoma and legs I-II, dorsal view.
Fig. 4. Acarus siro phoretic deutonymph propodosoma and legs I-II, ventral view.
Fig. 5. Acarus siro phoretic deutonymph legs III-IV, ventral view.
Fig. 6. Acarus siro female, dorsal view.
Fig. 7. Acarus siro female, ventral view.
Fig. 8. Acarus siro male, dorsal view.
Fig. 9. Acarus siro male, ventral view.
Fig. 10. Acarus siro female propodosoma, dorso-lateral view.
Fig. 11. Acarus siro female optical section at the posterior end of the body, showing spermatheca.
Fig. 12. Acarus siro female leg I, posterior side.
Fig. 13. Acarus siro female leg I, posterior side.
Fig. 14. Acarus siro male, legs I-II, ventral view.
Fig. 15. Acarus chaetoxysilos burrowing in Stichelton cheese imported from England to the US.
Fig. 1. Achaetodactylus ceratinae phoretic deutonymph, ventral view.
Fig. 2. Anteroventral region of the phoretic deutonymph of Achaetodactylus ceratinae, showing the absence of the gnathosoma; drawing courtesy of Belgian GTI Focal Point 2009, http://www.taxonomy.be.
Fig. 3. Phoretic deutonymphs of Achaetodactylus ceratinae at the entrance of axillar acarinarium of the bee Ceratina opaca.
Fig. 4. Closeup of phoretic deutonymphs of Achaetodactylus ceratinae at the entrances of axillar acarinaria of Ceratina opaca.
Fig. 5. Phoretic deutonymphs of Achaetodactylus leleupi on bee Ceratina diloloensis.
Fig. 6. Closeup of phoretic deutonymphs of Achaetodactylus leleupi on bee Ceratina diloloensis.
Fig. 1. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female, dorsal view.
Fig. 2. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female, ventral view.
Fig. 3. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female prodorsum.
Fig. 4. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female propodosoma, ventral view.
Fig. 5. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female opisthosoma, dorsal view.
Fig. 6. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female idiosoma, dorsal view.
Fig. 7. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female idiosoma, ventral view.
Fig. 8. Aeroglyphus peregrinans male, dorsal view.
Fig. 9. Aeroglyphus peregrinans male, ventral view.
Fig. 10. Aeroglyphus peregrinans male propodosoma and anterior hysterosoma, dorsal view.
Fig. 11. Aeroglyphus peregrinans male hysterosoma, ventral view.
Fig. 12. Aeroglyphus peregrinans female leg I, lateral view.