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A new species of endogean, anophthalmous Parazuphium Jeannel from Northern Morocco (Coleoptera: Carabidae), with new molecular data for the tribe Zuphiini

AuthorsAndújar, Carmelo ; Hernando, Carles; Ribera, Ignacio
New species
Identification key
Endogean fauna
Molecular phylogeny
Issue Date10-Jun-2011
PublisherPensoft Publishers
CitationZooKeys 103 : 49–62 (2011)
AbstractA new species of the genus Parazuphium (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Zuphiini), Parazuphium aguilerai sp. n., is described from the Tingitan peninsula in North Morocco. The only known specimen was found under a large deeply buried boulder, and belongs to an anophthalmous, depigmented and flattened species. This is the second species of blind Parazuphium known so far, the other being Parazuphium feloi Machado 1998 from a lava tube in the Canary Islands. Molecular data of the only known Parazuphium aguilerai sp. n. specimen are provided, and a reconstructed phylogeny based on these molecular data confirms its inclusion inside Zuphiini within Harpalinae. Identification keys to the Mediterranean and Macaronesian species of Parazuphium are provided.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/ZooKeys.103.1124
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