Two new species of the genus Tasmanitachoides Erwin from north Queensland are described: Tasmanitachoides balli, new species, and Tasmanitachoides hackeri, new species. Both species are related to Tasmanitachoides bicolor Baehr from north Queensland and thus belong to the murrumbidgensis-group of species in the sense of Baehr (1990), which is characterized by the anteriorly emarginate clypeus. Most probably both new species occur in tropical rain forest. A revised key to all species of the genus is provided.
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