Pseudoscorpionida

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Pseudoscorpionida

[¦sü·dō‚skȯr·pē′än·ə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of terrestrial Arachnida having the general appearance of miniature scorpions without the postabdomen and sting.
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Tetracycline has a significant detrimental effect on male reproductive function and sperm viability of pseudoscorpions - reducing viability by up to 25 percent - and now we know that effect is passed on to the next generation.
The Herring and Dud/Haile caves had much more extensive troglobitic communities, including endemics like the millipede Pseudotremia lethe, an undescribed species of the pseudoscorpion genus Kleptochthonius, and the beetles Pseudanophthalmus productus and P.
A karyotype study on the pseudoscorpion families Geogarypidae, Garypinidae and Olpiidae (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones).
This pseudoscorpion was described by Muchmore (1976) from individuals collected from Blanchard Springs Caverns, 5.
Pseudoscorpions were present in approximately equal numbers in burned and unburned areas.
L'araignee du Caverne Tooth, (Neoleptoneta myopica), le pseudoscorpion du Caverne Tooth (Tartarocreagris texana), et le coleoptere de terre du Caverne Tooth (Rhadine persophone) sont des invertebres en voie de disparition des formations de karst specifiques au Texas.
Before the new finds established the great antiquity of these animals, the pseudoscorpion fossil record went back only 35 million years.
Harvey (1991) listed 32 valid fossil pseudoscorpions derived from Myanmar, Chinese, Baltic, and Dominican amber (see also Spahr 1993:12-20).
inquilinus is that of Beier (1948), who mentioned an unidentified pseudoscorpion from a colony of Melipona scutellaris Latreille 1811 (= Melipona mutata Lepeletier 1836) in Para, Brazil.
The presence of the pseudoscorpion on the beetle may simply be fortuitous, but may also signify that T.
Pseudalbiorix muchmorei is the third troglobitic pseudoscorpion species to be reported from Cuba, the others are Antillobisium mitchelli Dumitresco & Orghidan and A.