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Endeostigmata

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Endeostigmata is a suborder of acariform mites. There are about ten families in Endeostigmata.[1] The grouping is strongly suspected to be paraphyletic, containing unrelated early diverging lineages of mites.[2]

Taxonomy[3][4]

References

  1. ^ "Endeostigmata Overview". Encyclopedia of Life. Retrieved 2018-02-20.
  2. ^ Arribas, Paula; Andújar, Carmelo; Moraza, María Lourdes; Linard, Benjamin; Emerson, Brent C; Vogler, Alfried P (2020-03-01). Teeling, Emma (ed.). "Mitochondrial Metagenomics Reveals the Ancient Origin and Phylodiversity of Soil Mites and Provides a Phylogeny of the Acari". Molecular Biology and Evolution. 37 (3): 683–694. doi:10.1093/molbev/msz255. ISSN 0737-4038.
  3. ^ Walter, D.E.; Bolton, S.; Uusitalo, M.; Zhang, Z.-Q. (2011). Zhang, Z.-Q. (ed.). "Suborder Endeostigmata Reuter, 1909. In: Animal biodiversity: an outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness". Zootaxa. 3148: 139–140.
  4. ^ "WoRMS taxon details, Endeostigmata".
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Endeostigmata: Brief Summary

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Endeostigmata is a suborder of acariform mites. There are about ten families in Endeostigmata. The grouping is strongly suspected to be paraphyletic, containing unrelated early diverging lineages of mites.

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