Salih Doğan

Salih Doğan
Erzincan Binali Yıldırım University

PhD

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Introduction
Salih Doğan currently works at the Biology, Erzincan Binali Yıldırım University. Salih does research in Zoology, Systematics (Taxonomy) and Science Education. Their current project is 'The Incidence of Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis (Acari: Demodicidae) in Erzincan Province.'

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A new mite species of Favognathus Luxton, F. bafranus sp. nov., and a newly discovered male of F. amygdalus Doğan and Ayyıldız from Turkey are described and illustrated. A catalogue including distribution and habitat information of known species of the family Cryptognathidae Oudemans is also provided. Half of the Cryptognathus species are represent...
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The aim of this study is to reveal the mites diversity in center of Erzincan city in which the urban renewal activities increase, to contribute to local biological diversity of the city, and to show dispersion maps of the mite species using by Geographical Information System (GIS). To this end, in the city center, during October 2014 – June 2016, t...
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The present paper provides a historical review of the researches on the superfamily Raphignathoidea in Turkey, with an updated list of the species known from Turkey. Most species reported from this country have been pub-lished in a wide range of different journals, mainly by Turkish researchers and a few by their colleagues from other coun-tries, s...
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Cheylostigmaeus variatus (Acari: Stigmaeidae) is only known from Turkey. It has been called variatus, due to showing variations in the shapes of lamellae and dorsal cheliceral surfaces in the heteromorphic males. During the present work, we found five topotypic heteromorphic male specimens among mite specimens in the grassy soil and moss collected...
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A junior homonym was detected in a talpid (desmanine) mammalian genus name, and the following replacement name is proposed: Gerhardstorchia nom. nov. for Storchia Dahlmann 2001.
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Adult female, male and all immature life stages of Cheylostigmaeus occultatus sp. nov. are described and illustrated from Sansa Gorge and Pülümür Valley in Turkey. The female of the family Stigmaeidae is ordinarily used for identification purposes, but, to the contrary, the identification of species in the genus Cheylostigmaeus is mainly and unusua...
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This study was carried out to examine the relationships between the distributions of raphignathoid mite (Ac-ari: Raphignathoidea) species and their temporal and environmental site factors (i.e. season, habitat type, and altitude) in Pülümür Valley and its immediate environs, Turkey. Data was collected from 306 samples from the various locations in...
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Sennertia is a diverse and widely distributed genus of mites within the family Chaetodactylidae, and the most successful group of mites in establishing phoretic relationships with bees. Although 77 valid species of Sennertia are known in the world, only two species, Sennertia (Sennertia) gargantua Zachvatkin and Sennertia (S.) zhelochovtsevi Zachva...
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This paper provides an overview of the research on the family Cheyletidae of Turkey with a list of cheyletid species known from Turkey. For now, this family is represented by 35 valid species and one species inquirenda, Apodicheles heteropalpus (Mégnin) in 20 genera in Turkey. Some setal variations in two species, Cheletomimus (Hemicheyletia) brege...
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The cheyletid mites (Acari: Cheyletidae) collected from Kelkit Valley in Turkey are investigated. A new species, Cheletomorpha bochkovi sp. nov., is described and illustrated. The following five species are newly recorded from Turkey and redescribed: Cheletacarus raptor Volgin, Eucheyletia flabellifera Michael, Eutogenes foxi Baker, Ker pintoriensi...
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Peritreme is a groove, a gutter, or a segmented structure consisting of connected chambers on the surface connecting to a stigmatal opening. In the family Caligonellidae, peritremes are composed of interconnected chambers on the dorsal surface of the stylophore, and the peritrematal arrangement and configuration are used to recognize the genera wit...
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Smart formative assessment system was designed to support the problems teachers encountered in the course process. This system evaluated students’ pre-existing knowledge, their gained knowledge after the course, their learning styles and multiple intelligence types and presented suggestions to the teachers for the course process in regard to the ex...
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This paper reports the presence of a malformation in an adult female specimen of Storchia robusta (Berlese) collected from Sansa Gorge, Turkey. In the species, local anomalies such as the number of aggenital, genital, and body setae have been previously reported; however, this is the first time atrophy in S. robusta has been recorded.
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A stigmaeid species, Ledermuelleriopsis punicae Khanjani, Mohammadi, Ghiasi, Izadi and Mirmoayedi (Acariformes: Stigmaeidae), originally found in Iran, is newly recorded from Turkey and re-described. The specimens of L. aminiae Nazari and Khanjani and L. aydinensis Akyol and Gül are reexamined , and L. aydinensis Akyol & Gül syn. nov. is proposed a...
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A new species of the genus Stigmaeus (Stigmaeidae), S. exilis sp. nov., is described based on the adult females collected from soil in a dead walnut tree hollow from Sansa Gorge, Turkey. Illustrations and phase contrast microscopic images of the new species are also given here. This species can be distinguished by having thin and slender body, ante...
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Cryptognathus scutellatus Summers & Chaudhri (Cryptognathidae) was known only from the holotype-an adult female collected from fleshy bracket fungus, Green Valley, Solano County, California, USA. Based on a recent faunistic study on raphignathoid mites of Sansa Gorge (Turkey), we found 14 females of C. scutellatus from litter and soil samples. This...
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In this study, the specimens belonging to Caligonella haddadi Bagheri & Maleki among mite specimens collected from Pülümür Valley (Turkey) have been evaluated. This species was firstly described from Iran then recorded from Turkey. The male, protonymph and larval stages of C. haddadi, only given from the female specimens, have been described for th...
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In this study; (1) A new species, Favognathus rosulatus sp. nov., from Turkey is described. (2) Favognathus dakotaensis is recorded for the first time from Turkey. (3) Two species (Favognathus aegyptiaca comb. nov. and Favognathus rosetta comb. nov.) previously described from Egypt are transferred from Cryptognathus to Favognathus. (4) It has been...
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The specimens belonging to the family Stigmaeidae among mite specimens collected from Pülümür Valley (Turkey) have been examined. A total of six stigmaeid mite species from the examined specimens have been identified. Of these, Eustigmaeus capitatus Stathakis, Kapaxidi & Papadoulis, Eustigmaeus nahidae Gheblealivand & Bagheri and Mediolata aegyptia...
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Molothrognathus bahariensis Ueckermann and Khanjani (Acari: Caligonellidae), a new record for the Acarofauna of Turkey, is reviewed based on two females and one deutonymph specimens found in moss, Pülümür Valley (Turkey). Phase-contrast micrographs of this species are also given here.
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A new species of the genus Prostigmaeus Kuznetzov (Stigmaeidae), P. amplius sp. nov. collected from soil, grassy soil and litter samples from Turkey, is described and illustrated. This species can be distinguished by having apodemal marking, one pair of extra and non-setose dorsal platelets, having humeral shields, suranal shield entire and genual...
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Seventy-two females, one male, seven deutonymphs and two protonymphs specimens of Ledermuelleriopsis aminiae Nazari & Khanjani, 2017 were collected from Pülümür Valley, Turkey. Descriptions and illustrations of the nymph stages on the collected specimens of the species were given and the adult specimens were briefly described. This is the first rec...
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Stigmaeus Koch is the largest genus in the family Stigmaeidae with 148 valid species. One of them, Stigmaeus mitrofanovi Khaustov was given before from Crimea and later recorded from Russia. Nine female specimens of S. mitrofanovi were found from Pülümür Valley (Tunceli) in Turkey. This species was re-described on the collected specimens and its ph...
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Cheyletid mites (Acari: Cheyletidae) have a worldwide distribution. While most of these mites live as predator on plants, soil and litter, some live as parasites in insects, birds and mammals. Cheletomimus Qudemans is one of the most remarkable species of the family. This genus has three subgenus Cheletomimus, Hemicheyletia Volgin, Philippicheyla C...
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Members of the family Cryptognathidae Oudemans are found in edaphic habitats, especially moss-covered substrates and leaf litters, but also known from barks and lichens. These mites are recognized by presence of a protective hood anterior of idiosoma and an extremely extensible gnathosomal base. During an investigation (TÜBİTAK research project № 1...
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The species belonging to the genus Stigmaeus Koch (Stigmaeidae) among the mite specimens collected from Pülümür Valley (Tunceli) were examined. Some morphological variations were found in the Stigmaeus devlethanensis Akyol & Koç, S. erzincanus Doğan, Bingül, Dilkaraoğlu & Fan, S. fidelis Kuznetsov, S. livschitzi Kuznetsov & S. longipilis (Canestrin...
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Stigmaeus pulumurensis sp. nov. collected in soil and litter samples taken from Pülümür Valley in Tunceli (Turkey), was described as new to the science. In addition, drawings and phase contrast microscopic images of the new species were given. The new species resembles Stigmaeus tokatensis Dönel, Doğan, Sevsay and Bal by the presence of apodemal ma...
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A family name was misspelt on pages 133 and 139 (Table 2) in Doğan (2019): ‘EUPALOSELLIDAE’ should be ‘EUPALOPSELLIDAE’.
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Eustigmaeus segnis (Koch) is one of the cosmopolitan mite (Acari) species of the genus in the family Stigmaeidae. It has been collected in wide range of habitats such as soil, litter, grass, moss, lichen, decayed bark, woodland humus and anthill. The aim of this study is to statistically analysis morphometric differences of Eustigmaeus segnis on th...
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Three female mite (Acari) specimens collected from litter and soil under silverberry (Elaeagnus angustifolia) in Elazığ province, Turkey were identified as Eutogenes frater Volgin (Cheyletidae). This species shows distinct differences from other species in the genus, namely dorsal idiosoma covered by two shields, surface of the shields with papilli...
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Deutonymph of Stigmaeus kumalariensis Akyol & Koç (Acari: Stigmaeidae) is herein described and illustrated based on specimens collected from litter and soil from Ekşisu marsh, Erzincan (Turkey). This is the first record of deutonymphal stage of S. kumalariensis. In addition, variations in the number of aggenital setae and structure of the median zo...
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Erzincan, büyüleyici topografik yapısı ve olağanüstü güzellikteki doğal peyzajı ile Türkiye’de ayrıcalıklı bir yere sahip olup; ovaları, yüksek dağları, yaylaları, akarsuları ve gölleriyle oldukça zengin fauna ve flora elemanlarını bağrında barındırmaktadır. Erzincan, fauna açısından bulunduğu coğrafya itibariyle oldukça zengindir. Bölgenin topoğr...
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Members of the family Cheyletidae are generally free-living predators, and have a worldwide distribution. The genus Cheletonella Womersley within the family Cheyletidae comprises four species. This study presents the first record of the Cheletonella and C. vespertilionis Womersley for the fauna of Poland, and is based on mite specimens found in lit...
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Acarological Studies (AS) is a peer-reviewed, internation-al, scientific journal which aims to promote research worldwide in acarology. AS is published by the online hosting service, JournalPark, which facilitates faster pub-lication, greater visibility, increased access and compre-hensive archiving. This July 2019 issue of Acarological Studies se...
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The family Stigmaeidae is the largest group in the raphignathoid mites (Acari, Raphignathoidea) and includes about 600 species in 33 valid genera. Among them, with 131 species Eustigmaeus Berlese is the second largest genus in this family. In Turkey, 25 species of the genus Eustigmaeus were recorded up to now. During the examination of mite specime...
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A new and a newly recorded caligonellid species, Neognathus pusillus sp. nov. and N. eupalopus Meyer & Ueckermann, are herein described and illustrated based on the adult females from Turkey. A key to the species known from Turkey is provided.
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Lepidocheyla Volgin is one of the genera within the family Cheyletidae (Acari: Trombidiformes). Up to now, only two species belonging to the genus Lepidocheyla are known in the world: L. gracilis Volgin and L. caucasica Volgin. With this study, L. gracilis is newly-found from Turkey. This is also the first notification of the presence of the genus...
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This paper presents accidental occurrence of a human skin mite, Demodex folliculorum (Simon) (Acari: Demodecidae), on a microscopic slide in Turkey.
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In this study, deutonymph stage of Eustigmaeus turcicus Doğan and Ayyıldız was herein described and figured based on the specimens collected from Vauk Gate (Turkey). This is the first record of the deutonymph of E. turcicus in the world.
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One of the most important elements of formative assessment is ‘identifying the learning gap’. This study aimed at examining biology teachers’ practices of formative assessment via the ‘identifying learning gap’ element; The sample of the current study consisted of a total of 27 biology teachers drawn from the city of Erzurum, Turkey. The data from...
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Tritonymphal stage of Stigmaeus elongatus Berlese (Stigmaeidae) has been described here. Distinguishing features among the adults and three nymphal stages of S. elongatus are presented. The presence of tritonymphal stage within the family is referred for the first time in this study. It is thought that this nymphal stage can occur optionally in res...
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Stigmaeus Koch is a genus within the family Stigmaeidae (Acari: Raphignathoidea). Up to now, 44 species belonging to the genus Stigmaeus are known from Turkey. With this study, an additional species, S. tolstikovi Khaustov is newly-found from Pülümür Valley, Turkey. This species was only given before from the type locality Russia, this is the secon...
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Stigmaeus furcatus Dönel & Doğan (Acari: Stigmaeidae) was given before from Kelkit Valley, Turkey, and later recorded from Iran. The Turkish specimens of S. furcatus were collected from litter under Pistasia sp., whereas Iranian specimens were found on phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae) as parasitical. Most members of the genus Stigmaeus...
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Kentler, etkin yeşil alan ve tabiattan yoksun çevrelerdir. Kent ölçeğinde azalan yeşili, ‘yaşayan çatılar’ veya ‘ekolojik çatılar’ olarak da bilinen yeşil çatılar ile artırmak mümkün olabilmektedir. Güncel bir mimari uygulama olan yeşil çatı sistemleri; karbon tutma, binaların enerji verimliliğini artırma, kentsel tasarım gibi bir dizi çevresel v...
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Members of the genus Raphignathus Dugès (Acari: Raphignathidae) are predaceous and living in soil, litter, lichen, moss, stored product, house dust, bird’s nest, underneath tree bark. In the present work, the specimens of this genus, collected from Harşit Valley (Turkey), were evaluated. Totally, five known species viz. Raphignathus collegiatus Aty...
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Members of the family Caligonellidae (Acari) are free-living predators. The genus Caligonella Berlese within the family Caligonellidae currently contains ten valid species in the world, and is represented with two species in Turkey, viz. C. humilis (Koch) and C. urhani Akyol. In the present work, it has been evaluated mite (Acari) specimens collect...
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Diagnosis and description of a new mite species Saniosulus deliquus sp. nov. (Acari: Eupalopsellidae) are presented with illustrations based on specimens collected from Erzincan and Pülümür Valley, Turkey. An updated key to Saniosulus species is provided.
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oday, there are more than 246,000 regularly and irregularly published serial publications. Only 16 research journals dedicated to the acarology are present. Of these, 10 are currently active, but the others are no longer published. This editorial presents information about a new peer-reviewed international journal on acarology, Acarological Studies...
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The aim of the journal Acarological Studies (AS) is to promote acarological research worldwide. The journal is international, peer reviewed, open access, on-line and it has no publication fees. AS publishes high quality research papers on any aspect of mites, including anatomy, behaviour, biodiversity, biological control, ecology, medical acarology...
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The genus Columbicheyla Thewke and Enns included the family Cheyletidae is characterized by presence of propodosomal and hysterosomal shields on idiosoma, presence of eyes, dorsolateral and humeral setae fan-like, dorso-central setae squamate, palp tarsus with two comb-like setae and one sickle-like seta, palp claw edentate, all legs with claws. Th...
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Demodex mites (Acari) are micro-arthropods belonging to the family Demodicidae. Two species of these mites have been identified in humans: Demodex folliculorum and D. brevis. It is believed that these mites are important in the pathogenesis of eyelid symptoms such as cylindrical, sporadic and diffuse dandruff. The follicular epithelial cells and se...
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Toprak, tüm canlıların yaşamları için vazgeçilmez unsurlardan birini oluşturmaktadır. Canlılar için barınak, besin ve enerji kaynağı; cansızlar için ise dayanak yeri olarak hizmet gören toprak, çok değerli ve önemli bir doğal kaynaktır. Bunun yanında, insanların vatan dediği ve uğruna canını verdiği kutsal bir varlıktır toprak. Toprağın içinde bitk...
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Eleven female mite specimens found in pitfall samples from Aydın and Muğla provinces in Turkey were identified as Allocaeculus multispinosus Franz (Acari: Caeculidae). The morphological characteristics of the species by means of the light microscope and scanning electron microscopy images were given here. This species known only for the type locali...
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In order to disperse, adults and nymphs of some mites are transported on insects and other arthropods. This transportation is termed phoresy and the transported organism is termed phoretic. The purpose of this study was to contribute to the knowledge of phoretic mites associated with insects. The family Scutacaridae (Acari) is the most abundant and...
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Bu çalışmanın amacı; biyoloji öğretmenlerinin öğrencilerine verdikleri sözlü ve yazılı dönütleri biçimlendirmeye yönelik ölçme değerlendirme açısından tip ve nitelik olarak incelemektir. Bu amaçla Erzurum ilinde görev yapan 32 biyoloji öğretmeni ile yürütülen çalışmada veriler nitel araştırma yaklaşımı çerçevesinde görüşme yöntemi ile toplamıştır....
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The genetic polymorphisms of Eustigmaeus erciyesiensis Doğan, Ayyıldız & Fan (Acari: Stigmaeidae) populations collected from Ahmediye and Ekşisu areas in Erzincan were determined by RAPD-PCR method (Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNAPolymerase Chain Reaction). The genetic distances among the populations were shown with dendrogram and the dimensions...
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Yaşam alanları olarak kentler birer insan ekosistemleridir. Kentler, insanların toplu ve sosyal yaşam isteğine bağlı olarak oluşan bir yaşam biçimi ve mekânı olarak kabul edilmektedir. Kentlerin yaşanabilir olmasında göz ardı edilemeyen unsurdan birisi de biyoçeşitliliktir. Kent içerisinde yer alan bitki ve hayvan türlerinin sayıca zenginliği ve bo...
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Mekânsal teknolojilerin kullanımı günümüzde hayatımızı etkileyen ve yönlendiren boyuta gelmiştir. Bu teknolojilerin kullanımı bilgi karmaşasını azaltmakta ve yapılan Coğrafi Bilgi Sistemlerine (CBS) dayalı analizler sonucu yöneticiler, idareciler ve bilim için yeni bir bakış açısı ortaya çıkarmaktadır. CBS’nin genel bir tanımı bulunmamakla birlikte...
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During an examination on the mite specimens collected from Erzincan (Turkey) within the scope of a faunistic study, one female specimen emerging from the deutonymph of Eustigmaeus segnis (Koch, 1836), (Acari: Stigmaeidae) was observed. This specimen was found from litter and soil under bushes. Both the old skin and the new skin on the pharate speci...
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In the present work, it was evaluated caligonellid mites (four species belonging to two genera) (Acari: Caligonellidae) collected from Harşit Valley (Turkey) between the years 2013-2015. Three species, Caligonella humilis (Koch), Neognathus spectabilis (Summers and Schlinger) and N. terrestris (Summers and Schlinger), were reported from the researc...
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In this study, asymmetric variations in dorsal and ventral body setae in some adult females in three species of the genus Raphignathus Dugès; R. gracilis (Rack), R. hecmatanaensis Khanjani & Ueckermann and R. kuznetzovi Doğan & Ayyıldız were given and photographed. Records on asymmetric variations in Raphignathus species found in the literature wer...
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The authors are sorry that they made a mistake in spelling the family name of the first author on line 4 of page 206 in Zeytun et al. (2018): EYTUN should be ZEYTUN.
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Abstract Although the family Stigmaeidae is one of the most studied mite groups because of its economically important members, data on their morphological variations are very limited and still rather poorly studied. In the present study, asymmetric and numerical variations in the body setae occurring in some adult females and males are provided. Th...
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Objective: We aimed to report the presence of the parasitic mite Eustigmaeus johnstoni Zhang & Gerson (E. johnstoni) on the sand fly species Phlebotomus papatasi (P. papatasi) collected in Aydın province, Turkey. Methods: Sand flies were collected from nature by CDC light traps in Nazilli town in Aydın province and were separated according to colle...
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Objective: This study aimed to determine the prevalence and density of Demodex folliculorum and D. brevis in Erzincan Province and the association between Demodex spp. and skin moisture, pH, and temperature. Methods: The study included total 300 healthy participants without dermatological ailments and residing in Erzincan Province. Moisture, pH,...
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During a faunal study on raphignathoid mites in Erzincan, two male mite specimens from litter and soil under Cupressus sp. and Syringa sp. were identified as Cheylostigmaeus tarae Khanjani. Description of this species was given here and its drawings and measurements were made. This is a newly recorded species for the Turkish fauna
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Aim of the study: The family Caeculidae is majority known as rake-legged mites due to the presence of elongate spine like setae on the legs, particularly the first pair, and they are usually predaceous. The caeculid mites are relatively large (1000–3000 μm) than others. This family comprises seven genera, including Allocaeculus Franz This genus con...
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Five new species of Stigmaeidae (Acariformes: Raphignathoidea) from Harşit Valley and Örümcek Forests (Turkey) are described: Stigmaeus communis sp. nov., S. fimus sp. nov., S. harsitensis sp. nov., S. longiclipeatus sp. nov., and S. pseudoparmatus sp. nov.
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Objective: To investigate the sensitivity of allergic asthma (AA) patients to house dust mites (HDM) by conducting skin tests, measuring total and specific IgE antibodies to Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus and D. farinae mites, and examining HDM fauna in patients' homes. Methods: The study included 25 patients with AA and 31 healthy controls, who...
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The present investigation was undertaken to obtain information about the structural and morphological properties of the silk of two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch (Acari: Tetranychidae) by means of the atomic force microscope (AFM), scanning electron microscope (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray spectrophotometer (EDX) and attenuated tota...
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A new species Allocaeculus turcicus n. sp. (Acariformes: Caeculidae) is described based on specimens collected from Karanlıkdere Valley, Yozgat, Turkey. Some asymmetries and numerical variations of dorsal body setae of the new species are recorded. A list of the species of this genus is provided. In Turkey, this genus is recorded for the first time...
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Bi̇ ngül M. et al. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. R e s e a r c h a r t i c l e urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub Abstract. Based on the mite specimens collected within the scope of a study on Erzincan (Turkey) mite biodiversity, two species of the genus Stigmaeus are described and illustrated here: S. bifurcus sp. n...
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Abstract Background The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence and density of Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis in students and staff of the Erzincan University, Turkey, and to define the influence of age, gender, educational level, and hygiene as well as skin moisture, pH, and temperature on the presence of Demodex mites. Methods...
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A new species of the genus Zetzellia Oudemans, Z. erzincanica sp. nov. (Stigmaeidae) collected from Erzincan, Turkey, is described. This is a species between the genera Zetzellia Oudemans and Agistemus Summers. The new species has characteristic features of Zetzellia, but some paratypes resemble Agistemus in that setae d2 are partly or completely s...
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Eupalopsellus deformatus Fan was herein described and figured based on specimen collected from moss and lichen in Örümcek Forests (Turkey). This species is a new record for the mite fauna of Turkey.
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In the present work, it was evaluated stigmaeid mites (Acari: Stigmaeidae) collected from Harşit Valley and Örümcek Forests between 2013-2015 years, and totally it was determined 27 species. Three of these, Stigmaeus livschitzi Kuznetsov, S. pricei Summers and Mediolata pini (Canestrini) are new records for the Turkish fauna. Also, the deutonymph s...