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Premiere contribution a la faune de diploures campodeides de la peninsule d'Anatolie, Turquie (Diplura: Campodeidae)

, : Premiere contribution a la faune de diploures campodeides de la peninsule d'Anatolie, Turquie (Diplura: Campodeidae). Revue Suisse de Zoologie embre; 113(3): 693-709

For the first time, 13 species of Diplura Campodeidae belonging to the following genera and subgenera are recorded from the Anatolian Peninsula: Campodea s. str. (4 species), Dicampa (5), Eutrichocampa (1), Plusiocampa (2) and Libanocampa (1). Among them, a new species is described, Campodea (Dicampa) azkarraga Sendra sp. n., which has been found in only one place in the Turkish province of Ardahan (Eastern Anatolia). The zoogeographical composition of Campodeidae fauna in Anatolia remains thus (without the new species): four species known from the Aegean Islands and the Balkan Peninsula, three from Central Europe, two from the regions to the north and east of the Black Sea, two from the south-western Mediterranean, one species from the western Mediterranean and one species known from the Palaearctic region.


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