Dissertation - Open Access
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Department / School
This paper presents the results of the taxonomic investigation of the Eriophyoidea in South Dakota. Information is given on the morphology, discussion of variation within a population, distribution, damage in host plants, economic importance and techniques of collecting and preparing specimens. There are 42 previously described species included in this study. Of the 48 species studied, six are new. Species described are: Aculops maximilianae, Diptacus pengsonae, Eriophyes arceosae, Eriophyes taylori, Tegonotus lindenus, and Tetra mcdanieli.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Plant mites - South Dakota
South Dakota State University
Briones, Magdalena Lopez, "The Eriophyoidea of South Dakota" (1973). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 5501.