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Review of the genus Hymenaphorura Bagnall, 1948 with description of eleven new species from North America and Siberia (Collembola: Onychiuridae)

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An emended diagnosis of Hymenaphorura (Bagnall, 1948) is provided. Eleven new species are described: H. reducta sp. n., H. ridibunda sp. n., H. alaskana sp. n., H. granulata sp. n., H. sensitiva sp. n., H. superba sp. n., H. nearctica sp. n., H. mystica sp. n., H. teretis sp. n., H. anatolii sp. n., H. palaearctica sp. n. H. similis (Folsom, 1917) is redescribed on the basis of type material. Descriptions of H. sibirica (Tullberg, 1876), H. cocklei (Folsom, 1908) and H. decus (Christiansen & Bellinger, 1980) are supplemented. An identification key for all the known species of the genus is given.

Affiliations: 1: R. J. Pomorski, Zoological Institute, Wroclaw University, Sienkiewicza 21, Pl-50-335 Wroctaw, Poland (, Email:


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