Knemidokoptes

Knemidokoptes is a genus of parasitic mites in the family Knemidokoptidae that infect the skin or feather follicles of birds, especially gallinaceous birds (chickens, pheasants, and relatives) as well as parakeets and canaries. ...
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Knemidokoptes

A genus of microscopic burrowing sarcoptid mites that infect fowl and caged birds; species include Knemidokoptes laevis var. Gallinae, the depluming mite, and Knemidokoptes mutans, the scaly leg mite. ... Origin: G. Kneme, leg, + kopto, to cut ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Knemidokoptes

Type: Term Pronunciation: nē′mi-dō-kop′tēz
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