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On the Systematics of the Archaeognatha (Insecta)
Descriptions of the ordo Archaeognatha (= Microcoryphia), the superfamilia Machiloidea (restr.), the fossil Triassomachiloidea n. superfam., and of the familiae Machilidae (restr.) and MeinertellidaeExpand
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New account on the thysanurans of the Azores (Insecta, Microcoryphia and Zygentoma) with description of a new species
Summary Samples of thysanurans (orders Microcoryphia and Zygentoma) collected in the Azores were studied. The known distributions in the archipelago of Parapetrobius azoricus, Dilta saxicola, LepismaExpand
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On the taxonomic use of the distribution pattern of the antennal asteriform sensilla in Neoasterolepisma and Tricholepisma (Insecta, Zygentoma, Lepismatidae)
Summary Some features of the distribution pattern of the antennal asteriform sensilla are described for two groups of Lepismatidae: Neoasterolepisma and Tricholepisma. Seventeen Spanish species haveExpand
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Termite damage to buildings in the Province of CÓrdoba, Spain
In 1997 extensive and severe termite damage was reported in Palenciana, a small town in the Southwest of Cordoba. Following the inspection that showed nearly half of the buildings in the town wereExpand
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Description of Atelura valenciana n. sp. (Insecta, Zygentoma) and distribution and myrmecophilic relationships of Proatelurina pseudolepisma in the Iberian peninsula
Molero-Baltanas, R., Gaju-Ricart, M., Bach de Roca, C. & Mendes, L. F., 1998. Description of Atelura valenciana n. sp. (Insecta, Zygentorna) and distribution and rnyrrnecophilic relationships ofExpand
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A description of a new species of the genus Promesomachilis from Spain (Insecta : Microcoryphia)
A new Microcoryphian species is described from southern Spain. The new species belongs to the genus Promesomachilis and is named P. intermedia n. sp. because of the presence of intermediateExpand
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On some Silvestri species of Machilidae (Microcoryphia, Insecta) which types are in the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris
Summary Types of some of the Silvestri's species of Machilidae (Microcoryphia) described in 1906 and in 1907, deposited in the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, in Paris, are studied in detail;Expand
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Praemachiloides iberica n. sp. from Spain (Insecta Microcoryphia)
Summary Praemachiloides iberica n. sp. is described and compared with the other four known species of the genus: P. janetschecki, P. insularis, P.tarsispina and P. autumnalis. The main difference ofExpand
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