Sunday, 17 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 114 (Convention Center, Ground Level)

Acarology Submitted Papers

Moderator(s): Carl C. Childers
8:00 AMWelcoming Remarks
8:05 AM0059Mite bothridial setae: Structure and function
Ronald Ochoa, Eric Erbe, Charlie Murphy, Elliot Herman, Ethan C. Kane, William P. Wergin
8:17 AM0060Conservation biological control of mites in Washington hops
David G. James, Tanya Price, Lawrence Wright
8:29 AM0061Mite fauna of grapes and the effect of pesticides in southcentral Washington
Deirdre A. Prischmann, David G. James
8:41 AM0062The presence and distribution of Rickettsia "midichlorii" in Ixodes scapularis ticks in Connecticut
Jennilee B. Robinson, Gregory A. Dasch, Michael L. Levin
8:53 AM0063Current bee mite research at the Carl Hayden Bee Research Laboratory
Diana Sammataro, Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman
9:05 AM0064Mango bud mite Eriophyes mangiferae : Dispersal and influence on plant growth
Jorge Pena, Eric Palevsky, Ronald Ochoa
9:17 AM0065Biology and field ecology of the coconut mite, new pest on Queen palms
Tommaso Ansaloni, Thomas M. Perring
9:29 AMBreak
9:44 AM0066Genetics and reproduction of Brevipalpus mites
Jose Carlos Verle Rodrigues, Maria Gallo-Meagher, Carl C. Childers
9:56 AM0067Genetic, morphological and host range characterization of the wheat curl mite Aceria tosichella and the dry bulb mite Aceria tulipae
Gary L. Hein, James W. Amrine, Roy French
10:08 AM0068The Phytoseiidae on citrus in Florida
Carl C. Childers, Harold A. Denmark
10:20 AM0069Setal polymorphism in an algophagid mite inhabitant of water-filled treeholes
Norman J. Fashing
10:32 AM0070A trichlorophenol and its implications for water conservation and pheromone production in the American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis
Jay A. Yoder, Jeff L. Domingus, Peter E. Hanson, Jessica L. Pizzuli, Christopher I. Sanders
10:44 AM0071Ladybeetles as predators of pest and predacious mites in citrus
Raul T. Villanueva, J.P. Michaud, Carl C. Childers
10:56 AM0072Systematics of the Tenuipalpidae (Acari: Tetranychoidea)
Ethan C. Kane

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