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A new species of Canariola Uvarov from Spain (Orth. Tettigoniidae)

AuthorsNewman, Patricia M.
Nuevo taxon
New taxon
Issue Date31-Aug-1964
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CSIC - Instituto Español de Entomología
CitationEos : revista española de entomología 40(1-2): 229-233 (1964)
AbstractIn August 1962 a collecting expedition visited the Sierra de Cazorla, the interesting mountainous region of the Province of Iaen in southern Spain. Among the specimens collected was a male Meconematine, taken at night by sweeping. The shape of the tibiae and cerci of this specimen differed so much from those of males of the two previously known European genera of Meconematinae, Meco nema Serville and Cyrtaspis Fischer, that it was at first thought to belong to a new genus.
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