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Ballarrinae, a new subfamily of harvestmen from the Southern Hemisphere (Arachnida: Opiliones: Neopilionidae)
The family Neopilionidae (superfamily Phalangioidea) is redescribed along with a redescription of the monotypic type genus Neopilio and the type species N. australis Lawrence. The subfamilyExpand
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New and rare Schizomida (Arachnida: Hubbardiidae) from South America
One new genus and eight new species of Schizomida are described from South America: Adisomus duckei n.g.• n.sp. from Brazil. Ro....landius sui n.sp. from Brazil, Surazomus arboreus n.sp. from Brazil.Expand
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Arthropod Phoresy Involving Pseudoscorpions in the Past and Present
Pseudoscorpions form phoretic associations with a wide range of arthropods, including at least 44 families of insects and three families of arachnids. The present work brings up to date phoreticExpand
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PATHOGENS AND PARASITES OF OPILIONES ( ARTHROPODA : ARACHNIDA )
This is the first paper to review the literature records on all pathogens and parasites of Opilione s on a global level . These organisms (bacteria, fungi, protozoans, cestodes, trematodes,Expand
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CHROMOSOMES OF SIXTEEN SPECIES OF HARVESTMEN (ARACHNIDA, OPILIONES, CADDIDAE AND PHALANGIIDAE)
Chromosomes ofCaddo agilis (Caddidae) and fifteen species of Phalangiidae were investigated . In three species, Nelima satoi, N . similis, and Eumesosoma roeweri, presence of XY-XX (maleExpand
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The Systematic Status of Arachnida, Exclusive of Acari, in North America North of Mexico
This paper reviews die diversity, distribution, and taxonomic status of North American arachm(ls,e^xclusive of Acanna (ticks and mites), and the people who work onlhem For the purposes of this paper,Expand
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Ketones and alcohols in the defensive secretion of Leiobunum townsendi weed and a review of the known exocrine secretions of Palpatores (Arachnida:Opiliones)
Abstract 1. 1. The chemistry of the exocrine secretion of the western North American opilionid, Leiobunum townsendi, is reported. 2. 2. The secretion contains four volatile ketones and alcohols. TheyExpand
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CICURINA SPIDERS FROM CAVES IN BEXAR COUNTY , TEXAS ( ARANEAE : DICTYNIDAE )
The placement of the genus Cicurina Menge in the Dictynidae is discussed and accepted. The subgenera of Cicurina are enumerated and Cicurata Chamberlin and Ivie is formally synonymized underExpand
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Temperature Preferences of Four Species of Fire Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Solenopsis)
Temperature preferences are predicted to occur in insects due to homeostatic considerations. Enzymes should be adapted to function optimally within the narrow range of temperatures encountered by anExpand
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Humidity preferences of four species of fire ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae:Solenopsis)
SummaryThe responses of the four fire ant species found in Texas (Solenopsis aurea Wheeler,Solenopsis geminata Fabricius,Solenopsis invicta Buren, andSolenopsis xyloni McCook) to varied relativeExpand
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