Hesperentomon yangi sp. n. from Jiangsu Province, Eastern China, with analyses of DNA barcodes (Protura, Acerentomata, Hesperentomidae)

@article{Bai2013HesperentomonYS,
  title={Hesperentomon yangi sp. n. from Jiangsu Province, Eastern China, with analyses of DNA barcodes (Protura, Acerentomata, Hesperentomidae)},
  author={Yi Bai and Y. Bu},
  journal={ZooKeys},
  year={2013},
  pages={29 - 37}
}
Abstract Hesperentomon yangi sp. n. is described from eastern China. Its DNA barcodes are sequenced and compared to the similar species of the genus. Hesperentomon yangi sp. n. is characterized by 12 posterior setae on tergites II–VI, 8 posterior setae on sternites IV–VI (seta Pc absent), absence of seta sd4 on head, absence of seta P2a on tergite VII, 6 and 8 anterior setae on mesosternum and metasternum respectively, and few teeth on comb. It differs from Hesperentomon xiningense Bu & Yin… 

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