A Checklist and Bibliography of the Japygoidea (Insecta: Diplura) of North America, Central America, and the West Indies
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The japygoid fauna of North America, Central America, and the West Indies includes one fossil and 103 extant species and four "varieties." Complete synonymies, bibliographic citations, and records are included for all species. The presumed type-locality and a summary of ecological data are given for each taxon. In addition, records and references are provided for all undescribed or undetermined specimens reported in the literature.
Contents: Abstract -- Introduction -- Annotated List of Species -- Locality List -- Acknowledgments -- Bibiliography
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