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Machilinus meyi sp n, a new species Meinertellidae, Archaeognatha, Insecta from the High Andes of Chile Machilinus meyi sp n, eine neue Machilinus-Art Meinertellidae, Archaeognatha, Insecta aus den Hochanden Chiles


, : Machilinus meyi sp n, a new species Meinertellidae, Archaeognatha, Insecta from the High Andes of Chile Machilinus meyi sp n, eine neue Machilinus-Art Meinertellidae, Archaeognatha, Insecta aus den Hochanden Chiles. Entomologische Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum Hamburg. 15 Oktober; 13164: 289-293

The new species is the second one of the genus found in Chile. It is closely related to Machilinus chilensis Sturm & Bach de Roca, 1992, but represents undoubtedly a species of its own. The place of collection (ca. 4000 m a.s.l. in the Andes) is one of the highest localities known for the Meinertellidae.

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