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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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Cretaceomachilis libanensis, the Oldest Known Bristle‐tail of the Family Meinertellidae (Machiloidea, Archaeognatha, Insecta) from the Lebanese Amber
The oldest known member of the family Meinertellidae from Lebanese amber (Lower Cretaceous, 120–135 mill, years old) is described. The male specimen represents also the oldest bristletail which canExpand
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Erstnachweis fischchenartiger Insekten (Zygentoma, Insecta) für das Mesozoikum (Untere Kreide, Brasilien)
KurzfassungAus der Unteren Kreide NO Brasiliens (Oberes Aptium, Santana Formation) werden die ersten beiden mesozoischen Vertreter der Zygentoma (= Thysanura s. str.) als Lepismatidae g. sp.Expand
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Indirekte Spermatophorenübertragung bei dem Geißelskorpion Trithyreus sturmiKraus (Schizomidae, Pedipalpi)
sich Iiir die lokomotorische Akt ivi tg t dieser Tiere eine ausgeprggte Jahresund Tagesperiodik erkennen. Die Jahresperiodik guBert sich in einer Winter(yon November bis Februar) und einer Sommer-] )Expand
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Zur Ethologie von Trithyreus Sturmi Kraus (Arachnida, Pedipalpi, Schizopeltidia)
Zusammenfassung Die okologischen Anspruche von Trithyreus Sturmi Kraus, einer kleinen kolumbianischen Art von Geiselskorpionen, werden kurz charakterisiert. Innerhalb des Verhaltens werdenExpand
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Observaciones sobre la ecología del páramo andino de Monserrate
In a paramo region near Bogota (Colombia), 3.230 m above seal evel investigations were made of clima, soil vegetation and fauna.  The mean temperature was 8.4 degrees C and the annual rainfallExpand
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A new Neomachilellus species from Miocene amber of the Dominican Republic and its phylogenetic relationships (Archaeognatha: Meinertellidae)
The first species of the ordo Archaeognatha from amber of the Dominican Republic (age ca 20-25 million years) is described: All of the more than 100 examined specimens can be assigned to a singleExpand
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Flood-Resistance of Eggs and Life-Cycle Adaptation, a Survival Strategy of Neomachilellus Scandens (Meinertellidae, Archaeognatha) in Central Amazonian Inundation Forests
Neomachilellus scandens (Machiloidea; Wygodzinsky, 1978) is a litter inhabitant of inundation forests in the Rio Negro valley, which are annually flooded for 5–6 months. At the beginning of theExpand
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