Taxon resources: Eupodes minutus
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- Common Name
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- Naming Status
- Currently accepted name
- Found in the Antarctica/subantarctic or Southern Ocean
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Scientific Bibliography 17036
- BLOCK, W. & YOUNG, S.R. (1978 ) Metalbolic adaptions of the Antarctic terrestrial micro-arthropods. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 61A: 363-368.
Scientific Bibliography 17043
- BLOCK, W. (1980 ) Aspects of the ecology of Antarctic soil fauna. In: Soil biology as related to land use practices, ed. D.L. Dindal, pp. 741-757. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
Scientific Bibliography 17049
- BLOCK, W. (1982 ) Supercooling points of insects and mites on the Antarctic Peninsula. Ecological Entomology 7: 1-8.
Scientific Bibliography 17069
- BOOTH, R.G., EDWARDS, M. & USHER, M.B. (1985 ) Mites of the genus Eupodes (Acari, Prostigmata) from maritime Antarctic: a biometrical and taxonomic study. Journal of Zoology, London (A) 207: 381-406.
Scientific Bibliography 17125
- GODDARD, D.G. (1977 ) The Signy Island reference sites:VIII. Oxygen uptake of some Antarctic prostigmatid mites (Acari:Prostigmata). British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 45: 101-115.
Scientific Bibliography 17126
- GODDARD, D.G. (1980 ) Biological observations on the free-living mistes of Signy Island in the maritime Antarctic. British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 49: 181-205.
Scientific Bibliography 17127
- GODDARD, D.G. (1982 ) Feeding biology of free-living Acari at Signy Island, South Ornkney Islands. British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 51: 290-293.
Scientific Bibliography 17132
- HOLDGATE, M.W. & BAKER, P.E. (1979 ) The South Sandwich Islands:I. General description. British Antarctic Survey Reports 91: 1-76.
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