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Aims: Carpoglyphus lactis is a stored product mite infesting saccharide-rich stored commodities including dried fruits, wine, beer, milk products, jams and honey. The association with micro-organisms can improve the survival of mites on dried fruits. Methods and results: The microbial communities associated with C. The 16S rRNA gene libraries differed among the compared diets. The sequences classified to the genera Leuconostoc, Elizabethkingia, Ewingella, Erwinia, Bacillus and Serratia were prevailing in mites sampled from the dried fruits.

The ITS library showed smaller differences between the laboratory strain on HDMd and the isolates from dried fruits packages, with the exception of the mite strain from dried plums. The population growth was used as an indirect indicator of fitness and decreased in the order from yeast diet to HDMd and dried fruits. Conclusions: The treatment and pretreatment of mites by antibiotics did not reveal the presence of antagonistic bacteria which might slow down the C.

The shifts of the microbial community in the gut of C. The identified yeasts and bacteria are suggested as the main food source of stored product mites on dried fruits. Significance and impact of the study: The study describes the adaptation of C. We also identified potentially pathogenic bacteria carried by the mites to dried fruits for human consumption. Keywords: bacteria; dried fruit; feeding; fungi; infestation; mite; packages.

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Save Cancel. Create a file for external citation management software Create file Cancel. Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract Aims: Carpoglyphus lactis is a stored product mite infesting saccharide-rich stored commodities including dried fruits, wine, beer, milk products, jams and honey. Similar articles Stored product mites Acari: Astigmata infesting food in various types of packaging. Hubert J, et al. Exp Appl Acarol. Epub Nov PMID: J Econ Entomol. Epub Apr Emerging risk of infestation and contamination of dried fruits by mites in the Czech Republic.

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CN101965822A - Method for artificially breeding mass Carpoglyphus lactis - Google Patents

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Carpoglyphus lactis (Carpoglyphidae) infestation in the stored medicinal Fructus Jujubae.

Carpoglyphus lactis Carpoglyphidae infestation in the stored medicinal Fructus Jujubae. Wannan Medical University. Wuhu, Anhui. Huainan, Anhui. Objective: To investigate the breeding rate and breeding density of Carpoglyphus lactis in stored Fructus Jujubae in Anhui, China in order to provide a scientific basis for prevention of Carpoglyphus lactis C. Methods: By the breeding nature of C.


[Carpoglyphus lactis infestation in stored traditional Chinese medicine Arillus longan].

The effects of various temperatures on the life cycle of Carpoglyphus lactis were investigated. The container and the food for mites were the same as those reported in the previous paper. The relative humidity varied, depending upon temperatures, from One egg was observed until it gave rise to an adult mite. After pairing the grown female and male, the fecundity was observed. The observation was continued till the individual mite died in the container.

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