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Xenyllodes wapiti sp.n., a new species of Collembola (Odontellidae) from western Canada

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Xenyllodes wapiti sp.n., is the second known species of the genus, discovered in montane forests in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. It differs from the Holarctic X.armatus Axelson by 2+2 ocelli, shorter furca and more complete chaetotaxy.

Affiliations: 1: A. Fjellberg, Tromsø Museum, N-9000 Tromsø, Norway

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1985-01-01
2016-12-06

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