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Chthoniidae

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Chthoniidae is a family of pseudoscorpions within the superfamily Chthonioidea. The family contains more than 600 species in about 30 genera. Fossil species are known from Baltic, Dominican, and Burmese amber.[1] Chthoniidae now includes the former families Tridenchthoniidae, and Lechytiidae which has been demoted to subfamilies.[2]

Genera

For a list of all currently described species see List of Chthoniidae species.

Tridenchthoniinae

Lechytiinae

References

  1. ^ Biology Catalog
  2. ^ Benavides, Ligia R.; Cosgrove, Julia G.; Harvey, Mark S.; Giribet, Gonzalo (October 2019). "Phylogenomic interrogation resolves the backbone of the Pseudoscorpiones tree of life". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 139: 106509. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2019.05.023.
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Chthoniidae: Brief Summary

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Chthoniidae is a family of pseudoscorpions within the superfamily Chthonioidea. The family contains more than 600 species in about 30 genera. Fossil species are known from Baltic, Dominican, and Burmese amber. Chthoniidae now includes the former families Tridenchthoniidae, and Lechytiidae which has been demoted to subfamilies.

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