• Corpus ID: 130494697

Cave-dwelling pseudoscorpions of the Dinaric Karst.

@inproceedings{uri1988CavedwellingPO,
  title={Cave-dwelling pseudoscorpions of the Dinaric Karst.},
  author={Bo{\vz}idar P. M. {\'C}ur{\vc}i{\'c}},
  year={1988}
}
A NEW PSEUDOSCORPION FROM BOSNIA: RONCUS BOSNIENSIS N. SP. (NEOBISIIDAE, PSEUDOSCORPIONES)
A new species of troglobitic false scorpion, Roncus bosniensis n. sp. (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones), is described from inside an underground habitat, the Jama Pored Puta Pit, nr. Jajce, Bosnia
CHTHONIUS (EPHIPPIOCHTHONIUS) LAGADINI N. SP. (CHTHONIIDAE, PSEUDOSCORPIONES), A NEW ENDEMIC EPIGEAN PSEUDOSCORPION FROM MACEDONIA
A new species of epigean pseudoscorpion pertaining to the genus Chthonius C. L. Koch 1843 from Macedonia is erected. Its relationship to phenetically close congeners is briefly discussed. The new
ON TWO NEW PSEUDOSCORPIONS ( PSEUDOSCORPIONES , ARACHNIDA ) FROM DALMATIA ( CROATIA )
TLDR
Two new species of pseudoscorpions of the genera Neobisium Chamberlin, 1930 and Roncus L. Koch are described and belong to a specific group of endemics, geographically restricted either to Mt. Svilaja or to Southern Herzegovina.
NEOBISIUM RADJAI N. SP. (NEOBISIIDAE: PSEUDOSCORPIONES), A NEW CAVE-DWELLING PSEUDOSCORPION FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
A new cavernicolous pseudoscorpion species, Neobisium radjai n. sp., from the Golubanјka pecina Cave, village of Srđevici, near Livno, Hercegbosanska županija county, western Bosnia and Herzegovina,
A new cave pseudoscorpion from Dalmatia - Microchthonius tragurion n. sp. (Chthoniidae, Pseudoscorpiones)
TLDR
A new eyeless pseudoscorpion from a cave in Blizna Donja (near Trogir), from the Jama kod Gomilje Pit, Dalmatia, is described and there exists a probability that this new taxon is a relict of a tropical fauna incorporating the once northern and tropical area, now representing the subtropical part of the Mediterranean.
A new Roncus species (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae) from Montseny Natural Park (Catalonia, Spain), with remarks on karyology
TLDR
The new species is geographically and morphologically close to Roncus cadinensis Zaragoza, 2007, but can be separated from it by palpal morphometrics, the chelal microsetae pattern and karyology.
Male genitalia of Protoneobisium biocovense (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisiidae)
TLDR
The genitalia of a male pseudoscorpion of the species Protoneobisium biocovense were studied in detail and the data obtained are presented herein.
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.
ON TWO NEW CAVE PSEUDOSCORPIONS, CHTHONIUS (CHTHONIUS) PAGUS N. SP. (CHTHONIIDAE) AND RONCUS NAVALIA N. SP. (NEOBISIIDAE), FROM THE ISLAND OF PAG, CROATIA
An analysis of the pseudoscorpion material from Croatia has supported the elevation of two taxa to full species rank: Chthonius (Chthonius) pagus n. sp. and Roncus navalia n. sp., both from
ON THREE NEW CAVE PSEUDOSCORPION SPECIES (PSEUDOSCORPIONES, NEOBISIIDAE) FROM MT. MOSOR, DALMATIA (CROATIA)
TLDR
To trace their origin, biogeography and evolution, it is necessary to compare the evidence about troglobitic species with that of the epigean forms from different European habitats, especially in the Mediterranean or Dinaric regions.
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