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A new genus of oribatid mite, Spineremaeus gen. nov. and three new species of Scapheremaeus (Acari: Oribatida: Cymbaeremaeidae) from Norfolk Island, South-west Pacific, and their biogeographical affinities

Colloff, Matthew J.

Colloff, Matthew J. (2011): A new genus of oribatid mite, Spineremaeus gen. nov. and three new species of Scapheremaeus (Acari: Oribatida: Cymbaeremaeidae) from Norfolk Island, South-west Pacific, and their biogeographical affinities. Zootaxa 2828: 19-37, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.206955

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