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- The order Acarina as a whole, or any number of species or individuals of the order. See
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- proper noun A taxonomic
subclasswithin the class Arachnida— the ticksand mites.
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Dal Palak with Acari Masala sounds great. will try once. thanks for sharing.
The new species has been located inside six average-sized underground caves, generally in the deepest areas, and may be one of the major hypogean predators in the Iberian Peninsula, with a diet that ranges from Acari to Anillini carabids.
Acari, and the infection is readily transmitted to rabbits in neighbouring cages and also to guinea pigs, but not to rats and mice.
Acari multiply rapidly and live their entire life on the body of the host.
Acari in the eye have been incidentally alluded to under inflammation of the lids.
The Osmia's larvæ, in fact, contrive to enclose themselves in an egg-shaped cocoon, dark brown in colour and very strong, which preserves them both from the rough contact of their shapeless cells and from the mandibles of voracious parasites, Acari,  Cleri  and Anthreni,  those manifold enemies whom we find prowling in the galleries, seeking whom they may devour.
_Tardigrades_, (which belong to the _Acari_,) and certain paste-eels, all exhibit a similar phenomenon.
Dynacor, which owns the Acari, Casaden and Tumipampa exploration properties in Peru, said annual production from custom milling rose 43 percent to 33,525 ounces in 2010.
There is no attempt at Swiftian satire - the only Swift mentioned in the four-page bibliography is Sabina F., co-author of Mite Acari Communities Associated with Ohi'a - Crichton wasn't interested in human nature.
Diptera, and Acari species in Central-Hungarian reserves.