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Choreutinula kulla sp. n. A new species of Collembola from Norway and Sweden – the second European species of the genus (Collembola: Hypogastruridae)

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The new species Choreutinula kulla sp. n. is described from dry warm seashore habitats in southern Norway and Sweden. It differs from the other European species of the genus, C. inermis (Tullberg, 1871), by smaller body size, coarser skin granulation, longer maxillary lamellae and less setae on the ventral tube. Also the habitat preferences of the two species are probably different as inermis is usually found in forests, often in bark on live conifers.

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2007-07-01
2016-12-09

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