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On the diversity of pseudoscorpions in Macedonia: Neobisium maksimtodorovici n. sp. Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones
?ur?i? Bo?idar P.,Dimitrijevi? Rajko N.,Mihajlova Branislava D.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/abs0204105c
Abstract: A new troglobitic species, Neobisium maksimtodorovici n. sp. (Neobisiidae Pseudoscorpiones), inhabiting the Momi ek Cave, v. Belica, nr. Makedonski Brod, Macedonia, has been discovered and its diagnosis presented. In support of some earlier findings, this novelty points to the pronounced biodiversity of the area studied.
Roncus meledae n.sp. and Neobisium oculatum n.sp., from the island of Mljet, Dalmatia (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones)
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Makarov S.E.,Ra?a T.,Ili? B.S.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/abs1204567c
Abstract: Two species of troglobitic false scorpions, Roncus meledae n. sp. and Neobisium oculatum n. sp. (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones), are described from inside underground habitat, i.e. the Jama Na utim Kokom Cave, the Island of Mljet, Dalmatia, Croatia. The analyzed pseudoscorpions prove to differ from all other congeners. It is possible that the subterranean pseudoscorpions analyzed represent relicts of an old north tropical faunal pattern of the Mediterranean. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 173038]
Neobisium perunoides (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisiidae), a new cave species from Croatia
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Dimitrijevi? R.N.,Ra?a T.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/abs060437pc
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On two new cave pseudoscorpions from Dalmatia, Croatia (Chthoniidae and Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones)
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Ra?a T.,Dimitrijevi? R.N.,?ur?i? S.B.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/abs1203099c
Abstract: Two new endemic species from the Jama Bezdan Pit between the villages of Komaji and Vignje, southeast from ilipi and Dubrovnik, Dalmatia (Croatia) - Chthonius (Chthonius) croaticus n. sp. B. ur i & Ra a (Chthoniidae) and Roncus ragusae n. sp. B. ur i & Ra a (Neobisiidae), are herein erected, described and thoroughly illustrated. Their main morphometric features and important diagnostic characters are analyzed and compared to their closest congeners, Chthonius (Chthonius) pristani ur i and Roncus podaga ur i , respectively. [Acknowledgments. This study is financially supported by the Serbian Ministry of Education and Science (Grant 173038).]
A new soil Pseudoscorpion, Roncus ursi n. sp., from western Serbia (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones)
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Makarov S.E.,?ur?i? S.B.,Anti? D.?.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/abs1201379c
Abstract: A new species of the pseudoscorpion genus Roncus L. Koch (Neobisiidae) from Serbia (Kulina, Mt. Medvednik) is described and its diagnostic characters are illustrated. Interrelations with phenetically close congeners are analyzed; in addition, the presence/absence of microsetae proximal to the trichobothria eb and esb and presence/absence of one or two outstanding tubercles on the interior lateral side of pedipalpal femur are established as important taxonomic characters.
Neobisium ninae n. Sp. (Neobisiidae, pseudoscorpiones), a new endemic cave pseudoscorpion from Montenegro
?ur?i? S.B.,Dimitrijevi? R.N.,Tomi? V.T.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/abs0802301c
Abstract: A new cave-dwelling species of pseudoscorpion belonging to the family Neobisiidae - Neobisium ninae n. sp. - is described from the Pe ina u Dubokom Potoku Cave in the village of Donje Bi evo, near Ro aje in Eastern Montenegro. A diagnosis of the new species is presented. This taxon is a relict and endemic to the area studied. Additionally, some taxonomic and biogeographical traits of the new species are discussed in the light of the evolution of the karst relief of the Balkan Peninsula.
Neobisium rajkodimitrijevici n. Sp. (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones): A new false scorpion from a cave in eastern Serbia
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Tomi? V.T.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/abs0602121c
Abstract: A new cave-dwelling species of pseudoscorpion belonging to the family Neobisiidae - Neobisium rajkodimitrijevici n. sp. - is described from the Rajkova Pe ina Cave near Majdanpek in Eastern Serbia. A diagnosis of the new species is presented. This taxon is a relict and endemic to the area studied. Additionally, some taxonomic, biogeographical, and phoretic traits of the new species are discussed in the light of evolution of the karst relief of the Balkan Peninsula.
Roncus ivansticae (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones): A new epigean species from eastern Serbia
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Stojanovi? D.Z.,Ili? B.S.,?ur?i? Nina B.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/abs1201371c
Abstract: A single species of Roncus L. Koch, 1873, which was collected in eastern Serbia and is new to science (R. ivansticae n. sp.) is described herein; the diagnostic characters are illustrated and their distribution is provided. The possible establishment of two species (or supraspecific?) groups of Roncus is presented briefly in view of the importance of some diagnostic characters.
On three new cave pseudoscorpion species (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisiidae) from Mt. Mosor, Dalmatia (Croatia)
?ur?i? B.P.M.,Makarov S.E.,Radja T.,?ur?i? S.B.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/abs1003811c
Abstract: Most subterranean pseudoscorpions are concentrated in regions with a Mediterranean climate. Although data on the abundance of pseudoscorpion species in the humid tropics are lacking, preliminary observations suggest that the number of species is greater in the Mediterranean area than in tropical rain forests. Speciation in pseudoscorpions has not been studied in great detail. New taxa are constantly being described. Exact data on the different niche preferences which are a prerequisite for evolutionary studies are available for only a few cases. The pseudoscorpions are not particularly suitable for genetic investigations due to their extended generation times. The cave-dwelling forms of the genus Neobisium L. Koch comprise many phyletic lines, some less specialized and others highly adapted to cave life. To trace their origin, biogeography and evolution, it is necessary to compare the evidence about troglobitic species with that of the epigean forms from different European habitats, especially in the Mediterranean or Dinaric regions. To the south of the river Zrmanja, up to the lower Neretva valley, a massive Holokarst region rises to a considerably height. Many summits attain between 1800 and 2000 m, and Mt. Dinara gave its name to both the Dinaric region and the Dinaric Karst. The karst of Mt. Mosor (and Mts. Kozjak and Biokovo), is quite different from that previously discussed. This is a zone of younger, intensively folded mountains. Their karst, although young, appears to be deep and almost fully developed. In this study, descriptions of Neobisium montdori n. sp., N. mosorensis n. sp., and N. dalmatinum Beier, 1939, all from caves on Mt. Mosor, Dalmatia (Croatia), have been presented, with some details on the comparative morphology of both sexes and tritonymph.
On two new cave pseudoscorpions: Roncus svetavodae n. sp. snd R. virovensis n. sp. (Neobisiidae, pseudoscorpiones) from southwestern Serbia  [PDF]
?ur?i? Bo?idar P.,Dimitrijevi? Rajko N.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/abs0202035c
Abstract: Two new cave species pertaining to the pseudoscorpion family Neobisiidae Roncus svetavodae n. sp. and R. virovensis n. sp. have been described from caves in southwest Serbia. Diagnoses for each of the species are presented both taxa are endemic and relict to the area studied.
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