Duliticola hoiseni is a small, yellow-brown mite that lives in the soil. It has a round body and four pairs of legs. Its distinguishing feature is its long, curved mouthparts. It is found in temperate and tropical regions, and its lifespan is approximately one year. The current population of Duliticola hoiseni is unknown.
Name Origin: Duliticola hoiseni is a species of mite that was first described in 2015 by a team of researchers from the University of Copenhagen. The species was named after the late Professor Jørgen Hoi, a Danish entomologist who was a pioneer in the field of acarology. Professor Hoi was a professor at the University of Copenhagen for over 40 years and was a mentor to many of the researchers who discovered the species.
Related Species: Duliticola quadridentata, Duliticola subrostratus, Duliticola koreana, Duliticola kusuii, Duliticola kusuii var. kusuii, Duliticola kusuii var. taiwanensis