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Ideoroncidae

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Ideoroncidae is a family of pseudoscorpions belonging to the order Pseudoscorpiones.[1] Members of the family are known from Asia, Africa, western North America and South America.[2]

Genera:[1]

A fossil genus, Proalbiorix is known from the Cenomanian aged Burmese amber of Myanmar, which has close affinities with African and New World rather than Asian genera.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "Ideoroncidae". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 3 June 2021.
  2. ^ "Ideoroncidae Chamberlin, 1930 | Field Guide and Catalogues". www.museum.wa.gov.au. Retrieved 2021-11-06.
  3. ^ Geißler, Carolin; Kotthoff, Ulrich; Hammel, Jörg; Harvey, Mark S.; Harms, Danilo (2021-09-22). "The first fossil of the pseudoscorpion family Ideoroncidae (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones): a new taxon from the mid-Cretaceous of northern Myanmar". Cretaceous Research: 105030. doi:10.1016/j.cretres.2021.105030. ISSN 0195-6671.
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Ideoroncidae: Brief Summary

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Ideoroncidae is a family of pseudoscorpions belonging to the order Pseudoscorpiones. Members of the family are known from Asia, Africa, western North America and South America.

Genera:

Afroroncus Mahnert, 1981 Albiorix Chamberlin, 1930 Botswanoncus Harvey & Du Preez, 2014 Dhanus Chamberlin, 1930 Ideoroncus Balzan, 1887 Mahnertius Harvey & Muchmore, 2013 Muchmoreus Harvey, 2013 Nannoroncus Beier, 1955 Negroroncus Beier, 1931 Pseudalbiorix Harvey, Barba, Muchmore & Pérez, 2007 Shravana Chamberlin, 1930 Sironcus Harvey, 2016 Typhloroncus Muchmore, 1979 Xorilbia Harvey & Mahnert, 2006

A fossil genus, Proalbiorix is known from the Cenomanian aged Burmese amber of Myanmar, which has close affinities with African and New World rather than Asian genera.

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