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The “Alluvial Mesovoid Shallow Substratum”, a New Subterranean Habitat
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It is possible that the “alluvial MSS” may be found in other areas of the world with strongly seasonal climatic regimes, and could play an important role as a biogeographic corridor and as a refuge from climatic changes.
Exceptional invertebrate diversity in a scree slope in Eastern Spain
In this study, the invertebrate fauna of a colluvial Mesovoid Shallow Substratum (MSS) is Eastern Spain was characterized, and the importance of the MSS as refuge for endemic and rare species was
A new mute species of the genus Nemobius Serville (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Nemobiinae) discovered in colluvial, stony debris in the Iberian Peninsula: A biological, phenological and biometric study.
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Sampling of a Mesovoid Shallow Substratum (MSS) of a scree in the Guadarrama mountains (Madrid, Spain) revealed a population of crickets of the genus Nemobius Serville, principally characterized by the absence of a tympanum in the outer margin of theForeleg tibiae and a peculiar design of venation of the forewing of the male.
Dima assoi Pérez Arcas 1872 (Coleoptera: Elateridae): from montane to hypogean life. An example of exaptations to the subterranean environment?
Summary The mesovoid shallow substratum (MSS) of two areas in the Moncayo Massif (Zaragoza, Spain) was sampled for a year with subterranean pitfall traps installed at one meter depth in stony debris.
Historical perspective, new contributions and an enlightening dispersal mechanism for the endogean genus Typhlocharis Dieck 1869 (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Trechinae)
A historical review of the study of genus Typhlocharis and a synthesis of current knowledge are carried out, providing a historical context for the description of a new species in the province of
Subterranean Ants: The Case of Aphaenogaster cardenai (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
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According to all above, ants might adapt to the deepest hypogean environments by means of changes in their social structure, but without those changes, the MSS would be their last frontier in their process of colonization of hypoGEan environments.
A new hypogean Trechus Clairville (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Trechini) discovered in a non-calcareous Superficial Subterranean Habitat of the Iberian System (Central Spain).
A new hypogean species of Trechus Clairville, Trechus arrecheai sp. nov., is described from the Iberian Peninsula. It was captured by subterranean pitfall traps in a non-calcareous Superficial
Lamprochernes savignyi (Simon, 1881) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones) recorded in Central Europe for the first time
The pseudoscorpion Lamprochernes savignyi (Simon, 1881) is reported in Central Europe for the first time. The new record from Switzerland is based on a single female specimen found in a compost heap
Hypogenic versus epigenic subterranean ecosystem: lessons from eastern Iberian Peninsula
*alberto.sendra@uv.es epikarst, a very superficial habitat under the surface of the karst in the infiltration zone (Bakalowizc, 2005), which is an ecotone between surface water and groundwater
On the distribution and autoecology of Trechus fulvus Dejean, 1831 (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Trechinae) in the Iberian Península
The authors have compiled all the Iberian records of Trechus fulvus Dejean, 1831 from 1865 to 2015, corresponding to 134 bibliographical references and to 86 UTM grid 10 x 10 km squares.
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