Two new species, Hymenaphorura wusuliensis sp. nov. and Psyllaphorura raoheensis sp. nov., of the tribe Hymenaphorurini are described from Northeast China. Hymenaphorura wusuliensis sp. nov. is placed in an isolated position within the genus as having 9 chaetae in the distal whorl of the tibiotarsi and m0 axial chaeta on Abd. V. The new species can be easily distinguished by pso dorsal formula, position of chaeta p2 on Th. II–III, labium type and relative length of chaetae p2 and p3 on Abd. I–III terga. Psyllaphorura raoheensis sp. nov. is similar to a Russian species Psyllaphorura sensillifera (Martynova, 1981), but they can be separated by the dorsal S-chaetae formula, dorsal pso formulae, teeth on tenaculum, number of vesicles in PAO and ratio of AS/unguis.
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