The discovery of Lepidocyrtoides Schött, 1917 (Collembola, Entomobryidae, Entomobryinae) from the New World, including three new species from Brazil and one from Australia

@article{Cipola2017TheDO,
  title={The discovery of Lepidocyrtoides Sch{\"o}tt, 1917 (Collembola, Entomobryidae, Entomobryinae) from the New World, including three new species from Brazil and one from Australia},
  author={Nikolas Gioia Cipola and Jos{\'e} Wellington de Morais and Bruno Cavalcante Bellini},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2017},
  volume={4324},
  pages={201-248}
}
Herein four new species of Lepidocyrtoides are described and illustrated: three from Brazilian Amazon, L. caeruleomaculatus sp. nov., L. colormutatus sp. nov. and L. bicolorangelus sp. nov., all similar to each other by macrochaetotaxy reduced; and L. hopkini sp. nov. from New South Wales, Australia. Lepidocyrtoides tapuia comb. nov. (Arle & Guimaraes) and L. villasboasi comb. nov. (Arle & Guimaraes) are redescribed and transferred from Lepidosira Schott due to projection of mesothorax over… 
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