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1 December 2006 PSEUDALBIORIX, A NEW GENUS OF IDEORONCIDAE (PSEUDOSCORPIONES, NEOBISIOIDEA) FROM CENTRAL AMERICA
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A new genus of Ideoroncidae, Pseudalbiorix, is described from Central America, and is found to consist of four species: the type species P. reddelli (Muchmore 1982), new combination from southern Mexico, P. veracruzensis (Hoff 1945), new combination from Belize, Guatemala and southern Mexico, and P. muchmorei Barba & Pérez, new species and P. armasi Barba & Pérez, new species from western Cuba. Pseudalbiorix reddelli and P. veracruzensis are transferred from the genus Albiorix. Members of this genus differ from all other ideoroncids principally in the morphology of the chelal externo-distal condyle. All post-embryonic stages of P. reddelli are described.

Mark S. Harvey, René Barba Díaz, William B. Muchmore, and Abel Pérez González "PSEUDALBIORIX, A NEW GENUS OF IDEORONCIDAE (PSEUDOSCORPIONES, NEOBISIOIDEA) FROM CENTRAL AMERICA," The Journal of Arachnology 34(3), 610-626, (1 December 2006). https://doi.org/10.1636/S05-28.1
Received: 22 February 2005; Published: 1 December 2006
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