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The Status of the Terrestrial Isopod Crustaceans Philoscia Muscorum, P. Vittata, P. Robusta and P. Miamiensis in the New World (Oniscoidea, Philosciidae)

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Die Art Philoscia muscorum (Scopoli, 1763), welche in die Neue Welt eingeführt worden ist, hat sich im Bereich der nordöstlichen Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, im südlichen Kanada und im Staat Washington fest etabliert. Philoscia vittata Say, 1818, eine endemische Art und Senior Synonym von P. robusta Schultz, 1963, ist fest etabliert an der Ost- und Golfküste der U.S.A. und im Süden Kanadas. Es werden Kriterien und Abbildungen vorgelegt, die eine Differenzierung zwischen P. muscorum und P. vittata ermöglichen. Philoscia miamiensis Schultz, 1966, ist ein Junior Synonym von P. culebrae Moore, 1901; P. culebrae ist ein eigene Art, nicht aber eine Unterart von P. compar Budde-Lund, 1885.

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1974-01-01
2016-09-28

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