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Earwigs from Brazilian caves, with notes on the taxonomic and nomenclatural problems of the Dermaptera (Insecta)
Kamimura Y and Ferreira RL. Zookeys 2017. PMID 29187791 Free PMC article.
Based on samples collected during surveys of Brazilian cave fauna, seven earwig species are reported: Cylindrogaster cavernicola Kamimura, sp. n., Cylindrogaster sp. 1, Cylindrogaster sp. 2, Euborellia janeirensis, Euborellia brasiliensis, Paralabellula dorsalis, and Doru luteipes, as well as four species identified to the (sub)family level. To date, C. cavernicola Kamimura, sp. n. has been recorded only from cave habitats (but near entrances), whereas the other four organisms identified at the species level have also been recorded from non-cave habitats. ...
Based on samples collected during surveys of Brazilian cave fauna, seven earwig species are reported: Cylindrogaster cavernicola Kamimura
Description of a second South American species in the Malagasy earwig genus Mesodiplatys from a cave habitat, with notes on the definition of Haplodiplatyidae (Insecta, Dermaptera)
Kamimura Y and Ferreira RL. Zookeys 2018. PMID 30364710 Free PMC article.
Based on a sample collected from a cave in Brazil, a new species of this genus, Mesodiplatysfalcifer Kamimura, sp. n., is described as the second species from South America. ...
Based on a sample collected from a cave in Brazil, a new species of this genus, Mesodiplatysfalcifer Kamimura, sp. n., is described a …
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