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A new cavernicolous Parobisium Chamberlin 1930 (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae) from Yosemite National Park, U.S.A. /
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A new cavernicolous Parobisium Chamberlin 1930 (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae) from Yosemite National Park, U.S.A. /

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Series: Occasional papers / Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 297.

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Lubbock, Tex. :Museum of Texas Tech University,[2010]

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Arachnida , California , Cave animals , Classification , Neobisiidae , Pseudoscorpions , Yosemite National Park

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.156953

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A new cavernicolous Parobisium Chamberlin 1930 (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae) from Yosemite National Park, U.S.A. /

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Series: Occasional papers / Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 297.

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Cokendolpher, James C

Krejca, Jean K.

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Book

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Published material

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Lubbock, Tex. :Museum of Texas Tech University,[2010]

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Caption title.

"30 September 2010."

A new species of troglobitic Parobisium pseudoscorpion is described from two caves developed in granite talus slopes in the Yosemite Valley, U.S.A. The 16 species of the genus are all from the northern hemisphere (western U.S.A., China, Japan, South Korea). A taxonomic key to the genus in the U.S.A. is provided. The new species has only an anterior pair of pale colored eyespots without tapetum and is blind. Extensive searching at other shallow nearby caves and on the surface has not revealed any other specimens of this species, although it is common within certain areas of the two known caves. This may be only the second troglobite described from granite talus caves in North America, and suggests the potential for fruitful exploration in regions not traditionally sampled for subterranean fauna.

Subjects

Arachnida , California , Cave animals , Classification , Neobisiidae , Pseudoscorpions , Yosemite National Park

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AS36 .T4955 NO.297

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595.47

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English

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OCLC: 743752881

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.156953

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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/263308},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/156953 --- Caption title. --- "30 September 2010." --- A new species of troglobitic Parobisium pseudoscorpion is described from two caves developed in granite talus slopes in the Yosemite Valley, U.S.A. The 16 species of the genus are all from the northern hemisphere (western U.S.A., China, Japan, South Korea). A taxonomic key to the genus in the U.S.A. is provided. The new species has only an anterior pair of pale colored eyespots without tapetum and is blind. Extensive searching at other shallow nearby caves and on the surface has not revealed any other specimens of this species, although it is common within certain areas of the two known caves. This may be only the second troglobite described from granite talus caves in North America, and suggests the potential for fruitful exploration in regions not traditionally sampled for subterranean fauna.},
publisher = {Lubbock, Tex. :Museum of Texas Tech University,},
author = {Cokendolpher, James C and Krejca, Jean K.},
year = {2010},
pages = {28},
keywords = {Arachnida|California|Cave animals|Classification|Neobisiidae|Pseudoscorpions|Yosemite National Park},
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TY - BOOK
TI - A new cavernicolous Parobisium Chamberlin 1930 (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae) from Yosemite National Park, U.S.A. /
VL - no.297 (2010)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/263308
PB - Museum of Texas Tech University,
CY - Lubbock, Tex. :
PY - 2010
N1 - Caption title. --- "30 September 2010." --- A new species of troglobitic Parobisium pseudoscorpion is described from two caves developed in granite talus slopes in the Yosemite Valley, U.S.A. The 16 species of the genus are all from the northern hemisphere (western U.S.A., China, Japan, South Korea). A taxonomic key to the genus in the U.S.A. is provided. The new species has only an anterior pair of pale colored eyespots without tapetum and is blind. Extensive searching at other shallow nearby caves and on the surface has not revealed any other specimens of this species, although it is common within certain areas of the two known caves. This may be only the second troglobite described from granite talus caves in North America, and suggests the potential for fruitful exploration in regions not traditionally sampled for subterranean fauna.
AU - Cokendolpher, James C
AU - Krejca, Jean K.
KW - Arachnida
KW - California
KW - Cave animals
KW - Classification
KW - Neobisiidae
KW - Pseudoscorpions
KW - Yosemite National Park
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