This paper is the first report of phytoseiid mites from Myanmar. By examining the specimens collected from two south-central cities, Mandalay and Mingun, five species were found in this survey, including four new species, Euseius mandalayensissp. nov., E. dominativussp. nov., E. longisaccatussp. nov., and Phytoseius pseudoincisussp. nov., and one new record E. ovalis. Herein, they are described and illustrated based on the current specimens.
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