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Diplurans of subsurface terrestrial habitats in the Iberian Peninsula, with a new species description (Diplura: Campodeidae)

Sendra, Alberto and Jiménez-Valverde, Alberto and Gilgado, José D. and Ledesma, Enrique and Baquero, Enrique and Pérez-Suérez, Gonzalo and Cuesta, Eva and Herrero-Borgoñón, Juan J. and Jordana, Rafael and Tinaut, Alberto and Barranco, Pablo and Ortuño, Vicente M.. (2017) Diplurans of subsurface terrestrial habitats in the Iberian Peninsula, with a new species description (Diplura: Campodeidae). Zootaxa, 4291 (1). pp. 61-80.

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Abstract

Although Iberian subsurface terrestrial habitats have been sampled for a half century, they remain poorly known. During the last five years much more sampling of these subsurface habitats has been made, mainly in scree slopes (also called colluvial Mesovoid Shallow Substratum habitats, MSS) but also in alluvial debris of temporal watercourses (alluvial MSS). In our study, diplurans, a basal hexapod group, were extracted from two hundred traps installed in 69 locations in the mountain ranges of six different regions of the Iberian Peninsula, from north to south: Cantabrian, Pyrenees, Iberic System, Central System, Prebaetic and Penibaetic Mountains. A total of 1251 specimens in fifteen dipluran species: thirteen described Campodeidae, one described Japygidae and one new Campodea species inhabiting the alluvial MSS habitats of the watercourses of Prebaetic Mountains. A few populations of these dipluran species show troglobiomorphic features as a consequence of the mediumsized voids of the MSS habitats, such as Campodea grassii Silvestri, 1912, collected in a scree slope connected with a deep subterranean system in Penyas Roset, Prebaetic Mountains. Most species found in MSS habitats are endogean or epiedaphic species living in the area, but this is not the case in Sierra de Guadarrama, where three species (Campodea propinqua Silvestri, 1932, Campodea neusae Sendra & Moreno, 2006 and Campodea zuluetai Silvestri, 1932) unknown in the soil of these mountains have appeared in these subsurface terrestrial habitats.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Umweltwissenschaften > Natur- Landschafts- und Umweltschutz > Naturschutzbiologie (Baur)
UniBasel Contributors:Gilgado Hormaechea, José Domingo
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:Magnolia Press
ISSN:1175-5326
e-ISSN:1175-5334
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Journal article
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Deposited On:18 Jun 2018 09:46

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