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A new cave species of the genus Hyleoglomeris Verhoeff, 1910, from the Balkan Peninsula (Diplopoda: Glomerida: Glomeridae)

DOI: 10.2298/abs1301341m

Keywords: Diplopods , Glomerida , Hyleoglomeris , caves , new species , the Balkan Peninsula , Europe

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A new troglobitic diplopod, Hyleoglomeris faberi n. sp., is described from a cave in western Serbia. Taxonomic relationships among European members of the genus Hyleoglomeris Verhoeff, 1910 (and some related taxa) and a number of biogeographical data are briefly discussed. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 173038]


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