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Entomological Review

, Volume 97, Issue 2, pp 207–229 | Cite as

New species of the bristletail family machilidae (insecta, microcoryphia) from Abkhazia

  • V. G. Kaplin
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Abstract

Six new species are described from Abkhazia: Charimachilis abchasica sp. n., Lepismachilis abchasica sp. n., Trigoniophthalmus longitarsus sp. n., T. nematocerus sp. n., T. abchasicus sp. n., and T. subalpinus sp. n. Species of the genus Lepismachilis and the subgenus Trigoniophthalmus s. str. (T. longitarsus sp. n.) are described from the Caucasus for the first time. A key to the species of the genus Trigoniophthalmus from the Caucasus is given.

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    Bitsch, J., “Un machilide nouveau de Turquie: “Lepismachilis roberti” n. sp. (insecte aptérygote),” Travaux du Laboratoire de Zoologie et de la Station aquicole Grimaldi de la Faculté des Sciences de Dijon 20, 1–11 (1957).Google Scholar
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    Kaplin, V.G., “To the Fauna of Bristletails of the Families Meinertellidae and Machilidae (Thysanura) from Krasnodar Territory and Kazakhstan,” Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 86 (12), 1433–1445 (2007) [Entomological Review 87 (9) 1242–1255 (2007)].Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Samara Agricultural Academyposelok Ust’-Kinel’skiiSamara oblastRussia

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