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A new soil Pseudoscorpion, Roncus ursi n. sp., from western Serbia (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones)
A new species of the pseudoscorpion genus Roncus L. Koch (Neobisiidae) from Serbia (Kulina, Mt. Medvednik) is described and its diagnostic characters are illustrated. Interrelations with pheneticallyExpand
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Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
ABSTRACT Although all ground beetles have pygidial glands homologous in structure and function, there are many differences among species, often significant, in terms of chemical composition of theExpand
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Revision of the family Heterolatzeliidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida)
A new genus is established for a new diplopod species from Croatia: Massarilatzelia dugopoljica n. gen, n. sp., which is described, thoroughly illustrated, and diagnosed. Two subspecies of the genusExpand
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Heteromurus (Verhoeffiella) Anagastumensis n. Sp. (Collembola, entomobryidae), a new cave springtail from Montenegro
A thorough analysis of a specimen of the collembolan family Entomobryidae from a cave in Montenegro has yielded a species new to science: Heteromurus (Verhoeffiella) anagastumensis n. sp. This is theExpand
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PHOLEUONOPSIS ( PHOLEUONOPSIS ) PERUCENSIS SP. N., A NEW TROGLOBITIC LEIODID BEETLE (COLEOPTERA: LEIODIDAE: CHOLEVINAE: LEPTODIRINI) FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
A new leptodirine beetle species, Pholeuonopsis ( Pholeuonopsis ) perucensis sp. n., from a cave in Eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina is both described and diagnosed. The structure of both male andExpand
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ON THREE NEW CAVE PSEUDOSCORPION SPECIES (PSEUDOSCORPIONES, NEOBISIIDAE) FROM MT. MOSOR, DALMATIA (CROATIA)
Most subterranean pseudoscorpions are concentrated in regions with a Mediterranean climate. Although data on the abundance of pseudoscorpion species in the humid tropics are lacking, preliminaryExpand
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A NEW CAVE-DWELLING SPECIES OF THE GENUS PARAPROPUS GANGLBAUER (COLEOPTERA: LEIODIDAE: LEPTODIRINI) FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
A new leptodirine leiodid beetle species, Parapropus vitorogensis sp. n., from a cave in the western part of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is described and diagnosed. Both male andExpand
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ONE HUNDRED MILLIPEDE SPECIES IN SERBIA (ARTHROPODA: MYRIAPODA: DIPLOPODA)
The millipede fauna of Serbia consists of 100 species, 44 genera, 16 families and 7 orders. The most abundant are families Julidae (41 species or 41%) and Polydesmidae (22 species or 22%). Of theExpand
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Two new high-altitude species of the genus Omphreus Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalinae) from Serbia
Two new ground beetle species from western Serbia are described, Omphreus (Omphreus) ovcarensis sp. n. (from Mt. Ovcar) and Omphreus (Omphreus) serbooccidentalis sp. n. (from Bukovi Peak, Mt.Expand
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