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Dental scales could occur in all scaled subfamilies of Entomobryidae (Collembola): new definition of Entomobryinae with description of a new genus and three new species
In this new phylogenetic hypothesis, Entomobryinae has the greatest diversity in scale morphology and distribution among scaled collembolan groups, indicating multiple independent origins of scales.
Taxonomy of Paragavialidium (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae: Scelimeninae) with Description of One New Species and Notes on Ecology and Habits
A taxonomic review of the genus Paragvialidium is provided and a key to total 12 species of Paragavialidia is given.
Homology of labial chaetae in Entomobryoidea (Collembola).
In this study, labial chaetotaxy (guard chaetae of labial palp excluded) of early instars in twenty species, clarified their homologies and unified the nomenclature systems are observed.
Contribution to study of eyed species of Sinella (Collembola: Entomobryidae), with a key to this group of species from China
Sinella umesaoi Yosii, 1940 is redescribed based on examination of a paratype and newly collected specimens from China and a key to the seventeen Chinese with eyes species of Sinella is provided.
Two closely related Homidia species (Entomobryidae, Collembola) revealed by morphological and molecular evidence.
Two closely related Homidia species, H. fascia Wang & Chen, 2001 and H. pseudofascia sp. nov., are recognized by both morphological and molecular approaches. Both species have minor morphological
Two new species of Entomobryidae (Collembola) of Taibai Mountain from China
Abstract Taibai Mountain is the highest peak of Qinling Mountain Ridge, a climate and geographical demarcation of the southern and northern China. Collembolan species of family Entomobryidae are
First record of Acrocyrtus Yosii, 1959 (Collemobla, Entomobryidae) from Chinese mainland
Two new species of Acrocrytus are reported from Chinese mainland for the first time, with description of two new species Acrocyrtus zhujiensis sp.
Temperature effects on the distribution of two invasive tilapia species (Tilapia zillii and Oreochromis niloticus) in the rivers of South China
It is suggested that the distribution patterns of these two invasive tilapia species were related to temperature conditions, and the results of the laboratory-based temperature experiments confirmed that Redbelly Tilapia can tolerate lower temperatures than Nile tilapIA.
New species of Homidia (Collembola, Entomobryidae) from eastern China with description of the first instar larvae
The first instar larvae for the first time in Homidia is described, characterized by weakly pigmented body, long antennae subequal to body in length, 1+1 inner macrochaetae on Abd.
A new species and a new record of the genus Homidia Börner, 1906 from East China (Collembola: Entomobryidae)
A new species, Homidia apigmenta n. sp. from East China is described. It is easily separated from the other Homidia species by absence of pigment on the dorsal tergites, presence of leaf-like