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Does parasitism mediate water mite biogeography?
Systematic and Applied Acarology
The biogeography of organisms, particularly those with complex lifestyles that can affect dispersal ability, has been a focus of study for many decades. Most Hydrachnidia, commonly known as water mites, have a parasitic larval stage during which dispersal is predominantly host-mediated, suggesting that these water mites may have a wider distribution than non-parasitic species. However, does this actually occur? To address this question, we compiled and compared the geographic distribution ofdoi:10.11158/saa.25.9.3 fatcat:ibli7f63pfe7vl4fo2nowpv5m4