|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1993|
|Authors:||P. E. Bragg|
|Keywords:||Arachnida, Ectoparasite, Endoparasite, Mite, Nematode, Parasite, Phasmida|
Parasitism of phasmids by mites and nematodes appears to be more widespread than is suggested by existing records. Parasites have been found in twelve species from Borneo which have not previously been recorded as hosts. Members of the genus Haaniella are usually infested by parasitic mites.
Parasites of Phasmida