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Subphylum : Chelicerata 
Classis : Arachnida 
Subclassis : Acari 
Leach, 1817
   
Palaeontologia
419–0 m.a.Devonium inferius > Recens

Acari, vel Acarina, sunt taxon arachnidorum quod acariformes et parasitiformes continet. Diversitas Acarorum est extraordinaria, et eius historia fossilis saltem ad aevum Devonianum primum attingit. [1] Acarologi ergo ad acaros describendos multiplices graduum taxinomicorum rationes proposuerunt. In pluribus tractationibus hodiernis, acari putantur subclassis Arachnidorum, quae constat e duobus aut tribus superordinibus vel ordinibus: Acariformes (vel Actinotrichida), Parasitiformes (vel Anactinotrichida), et Opilioacariformes; hic saepe putatur subgrex intra Parasitiformes. Eruditi de monophyletismo acarorum disputant, coniunctionesque acarinorum et aliorum arachnidorum non dum intelleguntur.[2]

Acariformis corpore molle familiae Argasidarum, prope ova quae nuperrime posuit.
Acariformis mas (magnitudo: 2 mm).
Acariformis non agnitus super folium plantae. Imago microscopica..

TaxinomiaRecensere

Phylogenia acarorum iam disputatur, et nonnullae rationes taxinomicae ad eos describendos propositae sunt. Tertia edito A Manual of Acarology libri normativi (2009) ratione ordinum sex utitur, in tres superordines dispositorum:[3]

NotaeRecensere

  1. David Evans Walter, Gerald Krantz & Evert Lindquist (13 Decembris 1996). "Acari. The Mites". Tree of Life Web Project 
  2. Garwood, Russell J.; Dunlop, Jason A. (2014). "Three-dimensional reconstruction and the phylogeny of extinct chelicerate orders". PeerJ 2: e641 .
  3. Gerald W. Krantz & D. E. Walter, ed. (2009). A Manual of Acarology (3a ed.). Texas Tech University Press. ISBN 9780896726208 .

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Baker, E. 1952. An Introduction to Acarology. Novi Eboraci: The Macmillan Company.
  • Halliday, R. B., D. E. Walter, H. C. Proctor, R. A. Norton, et M. J. Colloff. 2001. Acarology: Proceedings of the 10th International Congress [5–10 July 1998]. Melburni: CSIRO Publishing. ISBN 0643066586
  • Krantz, Gerald W., et D. E. Walter, eds. 2009. A Manual of Acarology. Ed. 3a. Texas Tech University Press. ISBN 9780896726208.
  • Niedbala, Wojciech. 1992. Phthiracaroidea (Acari, Oribatida): Systematic Studies. Varsoviae: Polish Scientific Publishers PWN. Amstelodami: Elsevier. ISBN 9788301097400.
  • Experimental and Applied Acarology, Formula:ISSN (electronic) Formula:ISSN (paper), Springer.
  • Proctor, Heather. 1998. Acariformes: The "mite-like" mites. Tree of Life Web Project, 9 Augusti. Archivum 2 Ianuarii 2008.
  • Walter, David Evans, Gerald Krantz, et Evert Lindquist. 1996. Acari: The Mites. Tree of Life Web Project, 13 Decembris.
  • Walter, David, et Heather Proctor. 1999. Mites: Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour. CAB International. ISBN 9780851993751.
  • Walter, D. E., et H. C. Proctor. 2001. Mites in soil, an interactive key to mites and other soil microarthropods. ABRS Identification Series. Collingwood Victoriae: CSIRO Publishing.
  • Woolley, T. 1988. Acarology: Mites and Human Welfare. Novi Eboraci: Wiley Interscience. ISBN 0471041688.

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Acaros spectant.
  Vide "Acari" apud Vicispecies.
  Lege de Acari in Vicilibris.