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New data on Ukrainian Oligaphorurini (Collembola: Onychiuridae) with description of three new species of Micraphorura Bagnall, 1949

  title={New data on Ukrainian Oligaphorurini (Collembola: Onychiuridae) with description of three new species of Micraphorura Bagnall, 1949},
  author={{\`I}gor {\^A}roslavovi{\vc} Kaprus and Wanda Maria Weiner and Romuald J. Pomorski},
  journal={Annales Zoologici},
First phylogenetic analysis of the tribe Oligaphorurini (Collembola: Onychiuridae) inferred from morphological data, with implications for generic classification
The phylogenetic analysis resulted in the recognition of a monophyletic Chribellphorura, and strongly supported non-monophyly of the previously recognized genera Archaphorura; the following new synonymy is recognized: OligaphorURA = Dimorphaphoruras syn.
Catalogue of type materials of springtails (Hexapoda, Collembola) in the Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids & Nematodes.
The catalogue assembles and updates all data concerning the type material of Collembola kept in the Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids & Nematodes in Ottawa (CNC). Information is
The state of the art of biospeleology in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union: A review of the cave (endogean) invertebrate fauna. 3. References
The State of the Art of Biospeleology in Russia and Other Countries of the Former Soviet Union: a Review of the Cave (Endogean) Invertebrate Fauna. 3. References I. S. Turbanov, D. M. Palatov, and S.
Collembolan species diversity of calcareous canyons in the Republic of Moldova
The study of collembolan communities from the Vîşcăuți canyon in Moldova revealed 63 species belonging to 41 genera and 12 families, including four species new for the fauna of the Republic of Moldova, suggesting further significant increase in the species richness of the region may be expected.
Subdivision of the tribe Oligaphorurini in the light of new and lesser known species from North-East Russia (Collembola, Onychiuridae, Onychiurinae)
A taxonomic review of Oligaphorurini from the north-eastern part of Palaearctic is devoted and a key to the northern species of the tribe is provided.
Revision of Palearctic species of the genus Dimorphaphorura (Collembola: Onychiuridae: Onychiurinae: Oligaphorurini) with description of new species
The Palearctic genus DimorphaphoruraBagnall, 1949 is revised, and the diagnosis of the genus is defined within the tribe Oligaphorurini based on the development of the furcal area, shape of furcal rudiment, and furcal chaetotaxy.
The family Hypogastruidae is one of the most common Collembola in the world. This family includes approximately 659 world species in about 40 genera (Park & Park, 2006). The genus Ceratophysella also