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Confirmed record of the genus Chernes in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Pseudoscorpiones: Chernetidae)
According to the world pseudoscorpion catalogue, 55 species are known from Bosnia and Herzegovina (Harvey, 2013). Most of them belong to the families of Chthoniidae and Neobisiidae. The species
Permeability and microstructure of cholesterol-depleted skin lipid membranes and human stratum corneum.
It is speculated that the SC Chol domains may have roles in the skin other than barrier function, as a 0.4:1:1 M ratio of Chol/ceramides/fatty acids appears sufficient to limit water loss and prevent the entry of environmental substances.
Apocheiridium ferum (Simon, 1879) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones, Cheiridiidae), a newly recorded genus and species of pseudoscorpion for Hungary
The genus Apocheiridium Chamberlin, 1924 is reported from Hungary for the first time and the new record of A. ferum, 54 species and 21 genera are now known for the Hungarian fauna of Pseudoscorpiones.
Phoretic chernetid species newly recorded from Slovakia and Austria (Pseudoscorpiones: Chernetidae)
Three chernetid species were observed for the first time as phoretic in Austria on Mecoptera, Diptera and Hymenoptera.
Type of fixative solution in pitfall traps as a decisive factor affecting community parameters of Collembola (Hexapoda) inhabiting superficial subterranean habitats
The effect of environmental factors on diversity and vertical distribution of Collembola in scree habitats may be substantially superimposed by the type of fixation used in subterranean traps.
Morphological and cytogenetic characteristics of Neobisium (Blothrus) slovacum Gulička, 1977 (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisiidae), the northernmost troglobitic species of the subgenus Blothrus in Europe
The present study provides the first information about the distribution of 18S rDNA clusters in the arachnid order Pseudoscorpiones, endemic to the Slovak and Aggtelek Karst area and north-western Hungary, where it has been recorded from 16 caves.
New records of chernetid and cheliferid species (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones) from North Macedonia
Three pseudoscorpion species from the families Cheliferidae and Chernetidae, Hysterochelifer tuberculatus (Lucas, 1849), Allochernes bulgaricus Hadži, 1939 and Chernes hahnii (C. L. Koch, 1839), are
New records of phoretic associations between pseudoscorpions and their hosts in Slovakia (Pseudoscorpiones: Atemnidae, Chernetidae)
Abstract. New cases of phoresy of pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpiones: Atemnidae, Chernetidae) are recorded from Slovakia. The phoresy of the species Atemnus politus (Simon, 1878) involving owlet moth