A new species of the genus Allopsontus Silv. (Microcoryphia, Machilidae) from northwestern China Short Communications First Online: 12 May 2016 Abstract
A new bristletail species,
Allopsontus ( Allopsontinus) kabaki sp. n., is described from northwestern China. This species is most similar to A. caucasicus Kaplin, 1990 known from the Caucasus (Armenia). Keywords Entomological Review Abdominal Segment Maxillary Palpus Labial Palpus Fore Tibia
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