External morphology of postembrionic stages of Lutrilichus javanicus (Acariformes: Chirodiscidae) from Melogale moschata (Carnivora: Mustelidae) from Vietnam

Andre V. Bochkov
eginabstractMites of the family Chirodiscidae (Acariformes: Sarcoptoidea) are permanent mono- or stenoxenous symbionts of mammals living in the fur of their hosts. Among three genera included in the tribe Schizocarpini (Labidocarpinae), members of the genus Lutrilichus Fain inhabit small carnivores of the families Mustelidae and Viverridae (Carnivora). The external morphology of postembrionic stages of Lutrilichus javanicus Fain, 1970 (Acariformes: Chirodiscidae), collected from Melogale moschata (Gray, 1831) (Mustelidae) in Vietnam, is described. This is the second...
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