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Genetic diversity and evolutionary relationships of the troglodytic ‘living fossil’Congeria kusceri (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae)
Population genetic theory predicts that long‐term isolation of ‘living fossils’ in relic habitats might reduce genetic variability due to small population sizes and inbreeding. The recent descriptionExpand
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A new cave Pseudoscorpion from Serbia (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae)
A new pseudoscorpion from the family Chthoniidae - Chthonius (Chthonius) aquasanctae n. sp. from west Serbia is described. The newly erected taxon is endemic to the area studied. Its taxonomicExpand
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TWO NEW PSEUDOSCORPIONS FROM THE UN ADMINISTERED PROVINCE OF KOSOVO AND CROATIA
Two new epigean pseudoscorpion species belonging to the family Chthoniidae - Chthonius (Ephippiochthonius) metohicus n. sp. and Chthonius (Ephippiochthonius) civitatisveti n. sp. from the UNExpand
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New data on the spiders (araneae) in the caves of Balkan peninsula
New faunistic and taxonomic data for the species: Sulcia oculata Kratochvil, 1938, Thyphlonesticus absoloni (Kratochvil, 1934), Centromerus serbicus Deltshev, 2003, Palliduphantes spelaeorumExpand
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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 TROGLOBITIC PSEUDOSCORPION (PSEUDOSCORPIONES, NEOBISIIDAE) FROM ISTRIA, CROATIA
A new endemic and relict species of the genus Neobisium Chamberlin, N. mirkaci n. sp., from the Majhahlje Pit, Cicarija (Istria), Croatia, has been described. From its phenetically closeExpand
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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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Two new species of Brachydesmus Heller, 1858 from the Balkan peninsula (Diplopoda: Polydesmida: Polydesmidae)
Two new polydesmid species are described, illustrated, and diagnosed: a troglobitic, Brachydesmus mulaomerovi- ci n. sp., from Bosnia and Herzegovina and epigean Brachydesmus verrucosus n. sp. fromExpand
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PROTONEOBISIUM BASILICE (NEOBISIIDAE, PSEUDOSCORPIONES), A NEW CAVE FALSE SCORPION FROM MT. BIOKOVO, CROATIA
A new species of the endemic pseudoscorpion genus Protoneobisium Curcic, 1988, P. basilice sp. n. from Croatia has been found, described and diagnosed. From its phenetically close congener, P.Expand
On some little-known pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpiones, Arachnida) from Montenegro and Dalmatia (Croatia)
collections, one made by Ivo Karaman in Montenegro and the three other by some anonymous collectors from Croatia (Dalmatia), we concentrated on three species belonging to the genus NeobisiumExpand