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Studies on the
Cave and Endogean Fauna
of North America

Edited by James R. Reddell
Texas Memorial Museum, Speleological Monographs 1 1986
8.5 by 11 inches, 167 pages

Among the many taxa described in this technical work are forty-seven new cavericoles, of which twenty-nine are troglobites. These new species come from Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Jamaica, and Texas. There is also a review of the cave Collembola of Mexico.

Table of Contents

A new troglobitic crab (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pseudothelphusidae) from Belize, by H. H. Hobbs, Jr.
A new genus and new species of troglobite scorpion from Mexico (Chactoidea, Superstitioninae: Typhlochactini), by O. F. Franke
Description of the male of Vaejovis gracilis Gertsch and Soleglad (Scorpiones: Vaejovidae), with a clarification of the identity of the species, by W. D. Sissom
Additional pseudoscorpions, mostly from caves, in Mexico and Texas (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpionida), by W. B. Muchmore
New species and records of Schizomus (Arachnida: Schizomida) from Mexico, by J. R. Reddell and J. C. Cokendolpher
The spider genus Metagonia (Araneae: Pholcidae) in North America, Central America, and the West Indies, by W. J. Gertsch
Millipeds from caves in Mexico and Central America. V. New species and records of Glomeridae, Trichopetalidae, Cleidogonidae, Fuhrmannodesmidae, Cryptodesmidae, Cambalidae, Typhlobolollidae, and Sphaeriodesmidae, by W. A. Shear
Symphyla from the United States and Mexico, by U. Scheller
The cave Collembola of Mexico, by K. Christiansen and J. R. Reddell
Index of new taxa


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