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Recapitulatory note on composition and geography of the genus gamasodes parasitiformes parasitidae with a description of 4 new species


, : Recapitulatory note on composition and geography of the genus gamasodes parasitiformes parasitidae with a description of 4 new species. Biologisch Jaarboek 48: 50-62

Members of the genus Gamasodes are known from the holarctic area and Madagascar. They inhabit mainly various decaying organic materials. The long-lived deutonymphs are commonly found; the adults are unknown in more than half the named species. The present classification of the genus rests on the morphological diversity of the deutonymphal stage. The species, 4 of which are described as new, are listed: G. inermis, G. simplex, G. spiniger, G. fimbriatus, G. viretianus sp. nov., G. aequipilis sp. nov., G. miliaris sp. nov., G. assamensis, G. bispinosus, G. bulgatus, G. hortivagus, G. lunari-similis, G. micherdzinskii, G. plenigranosus, G. corniculans, G. diceras sp. nov., G. cabylus and ?Parasitus poppei.


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