Opiliones Laniatores (Arachnida) de Manquemapu, cordillera de la costa de Purranque, Región de Los Lagos, Chile

@article{PrezSchultheiss2021OpilionesL,
  title={Opiliones Laniatores (Arachnida) de Manquemapu, cordillera de la costa de Purranque, Regi{\'o}n de Los Lagos, Chile},
  author={Jorge P{\'e}rez-Schultheiss and Francisco Urra and Carlos Oyarzun},
  journal={REVISTA CHILENA DE ENTOMOLOG{\'I}A},
  year={2021}
}
Se reporta la composición de la opilionofauna de las familias Gonyleptidae y Triaenonychidae de Manquemapu, una aislada localidad ubicada en la cordillera de la costa de la comuna de Purranque, Región de Los Lagos, Chile. Se analizó un total de 78 lotes obtenidos durante cinco expediciones efectuadas entre 2018 y 2019 en el sendero El Galpón, que recorre 1,7 km a través de un bosque costero de olivillo (Aextoxicon punctatum), ubicado al sur de la desembocadura del río Lliuco. Se determinó la… 
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