pseudoscorpion


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In general, in spite of the Pseudoscorpiones assemblage presenting heterogeneous distribution among forest strata, no temporal variation was observed over the different seasonal periods for the abundance and richness of the pseudoscorpion species in each evaluated habitat, despite the specificities of each.
Tetracycline has a significant detrimental effect on male reproductive function and sperm viability of pseudoscorpions - reducing viability by up to 25 percent - and now we know that effect is passed on to the next generation.
The Herring and Dud/Haile caves had much more extensive troglobitic communities, including endemics like the millipede Pseudotremia lethe, an undescribed species of the pseudoscorpion genus Kleptochthonius, and the beetles Pseudanophthalmus productus and P.
A karyotype study on the pseudoscorpion families Geogarypidae, Garypinidae and Olpiidae (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones).
This pseudoscorpion was described by Muchmore (1976) from individuals collected from Blanchard Springs Caverns, 5.
Pseudoscorpion identification was done by Mark Harvey and spider identification by Thomas R.
La arana de la cueva Tooth (Neoleptoneta myopica), el pseudoscorpion de la cueva Tooth (Tartarocreagris texana), y el escarabajo de tierra de la cueva Tooth (Rhadine persephone) son invertebrados en peligro de extincion que se encuentran en formaciones carsicas especificas en Texas.
20) In 1988, five species of karst-dwelling invertebrates(21) found in caves throughout Travis County were also listed, including the Tooth Cave Pseudoscorpion (Microcreagis texana), the Tooth Cave Spider (Neoleptonets myopica), the Tooth Cave Ground Beetle (Rhadine persephone), the Kretschmarr Cave Mold Beetle (Texamaurops reddelli), and the Bee Creek Cave Harvestman (Texella reddelli).
New species and records of the pseudoscorpion family Menthidae (Pseudoscorpiones).
The pseudoscorpion that turns up in houses is introduced but is rarely numerous.
This pseudoscorpion is one of the few sexually reproducing organisms so far identified in which allopatric mainland populations [French Guiana (FG) and Panama (PAN)] can be unambiguously distinguished on the basis of their multilocus DNA fingerprint banding patterns (Zeh et al.
Scientists digging in upstate New York have discovered 380-million-year-old fossils of a tiny land-dwelling animal called a pseudoscorpion, pushing the history of this creature back to Earth's Devonian period, when animal communities were beginning to develop on land.
insulae in the western of Cuba it is not a surprise because the relation between the pseudoscorpion fauna of this part of the island with the Floridian fauna (pers.
Among the non-spider arachnids, kin recognition has only been seen in the highly social pseudoscorpion, Paratemnoides nidificator Balzan 1888 (E.