A New Brazilian Species of Hylaeanura (Collembola: Neanuridae)
A new species Hylaeanura mendoncae sp. nov. from areas of iron ore mining in Minas Gerais, Brazil, is described. It is characterized by the presence of 2 eyes on each side of the head, the sensorial seta of Abd. IV in the form of a curved and blunt sensillum, the absence of mucro, and 3 setae on each dens. A key to the 4 species known in the genus is provided.
Se describe una nueva especie Hylaeanura mendoncae sp. nov. de áreas de mineración en Minas Gerais, Brasil. Se caracteriza por la presencia de dos ojos a cada lado de la cabeza, la seda sensorial del Abd. IV en forma de sensila curva y chata, la ausencia de mucrón y dos sedas en cada dente. Se presenta una clave para las cuatro especies del género conocidas.
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