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Tridenchthoniidae

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Tridenchthoniidae is a family of pseudoscorpions within the superfamily Chthonioidea. The family comprises one fossil and 15 recent genera, containing 70 species:[1]

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Tridenchthoniidae: Brief Summary

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Tridenchthoniidae is a family of pseudoscorpions within the superfamily Chthonioidea. The family comprises one fossil and 15 recent genera, containing 70 species:

Anaulacodithella angustimana Beier, 1955 — southern Africa Anaulacodithella australica Beier, 1969 — Australia Anaulacodithella deserticola (Beier, 1947) — southern Africa Anaulacodithella mordax (Tullgren, 1907) — southern Africa Anaulacodithella novacaledonica Beier, 1966 — New Caledonia Anaulacodithella plurisetosa Beier, 1976 — Lord Howe Island Anaulacodithella reticulata Beier, 1966 — New Caledonia † Chelignathus kochi Menge in C. L. Koch & Berendt, 1854 — fossil (Oligocene) Compsaditha aburi J. C. Chamberlin & R. V. Chamberlin, 1945 — central Africa Compsaditha angustula Beier, 1972 — Zaire Compsaditha basilewskyi Beier, 1962 — Tanzania Compsaditha camponota Sivaraman, 1980 — India Compsaditha congica Beier, 1959 — Zaire Compsaditha elegantula Beier, 1972 — Zaire Compsaditha fiegrigi Beier, 1931 — Brazil, Paraguay Compsaditha gressitti Beier, 1957 — Caroline Islands Compsaditha indica Murthy, 1960 — India Compsaditha parva Beier, 1951 — Vietnam Compsaditha pygmaea J. C. Chamberlin, 1929 — Philippines Compsaditha seychellensis Beier, 1974 — Seychelles Cryptoditha elegans (Beier, 1931) Ditha elegans J. C. Chamberlin, 1929 — Indonesia Ditha loricata Beier, 1965 — New Guinea Ditha novaeguineae Beier, 1965 — New Guinea Ditha ogasawarensis Sato, 1981 — Japan Ditha palauensis Beier, 1957 — Palau Ditha philippinensis J. C. Chamberlin, 1929 — Philippines Ditha proxima (Beier, 1951) — Nepal, Vietnam Ditha laosana (Beier, 1951) — Laos Ditha latimana Beier, 1931 — Tanzania Ditha marcusensis (Morikawa, 1952) — Marcus Island Ditha pahangica (Beier, 1955) — Malaysia Ditha sinuata (Tullgren, 1901) — Africa Ditha sumatraensis (J. C. Chamberlin, 1923) Ditha tonkinensis Beier, 1951 — Vietnam Dithella javana (Tullgren, 1912) — Java Haploditha chamberlinorum Caporiacco, 1951 — Venezuela Heterolophus australicus Beier, 1969 — Australia Heterolophus clathratus (Tullgren, 1907) — southern Africa Heterolophus guttiger Tomosvary, 1884 — Argentina, Brazil Heterolophus nitens Tomosvary, 1884 — Brazil Neoditha irusanga Feio, 1945 — Brazil Pycnodithella abyssinica (Beier, 1944) — Ethiopia Pycnodithella harveyi Kennedy, 1989 — New South Wales Sororoditha hirsuta (Balzan, 1887) — Brazil Tridenchthonius addititius Hoff, 1950 — São Tomé, Ghana Tridenchthonius africanus (Beier, 1931) — Tanzania Tridenchthonius beieri Mahnert, 1983 — Kenya Tridenchthonius brasiliensis Mahnert, 1979 — Brazil Tridenchthonius buchwaldi (Tullgren, 1907) — Ecuador Tridenchthonius cubanus (J. C. Chamberlin, 1929) — Cuba, Jamaica Tridenchthonius donaldi Turk, 1946 — Trinidad Tridenchthonius gratus Hoff, 1963 — Jamaica Tridenchthonius juxtlahuanca J. C. Chamberlin & R. V. Chamberlin, 1945 — Mexico Tridenchthonius mexicanus J. C. Chamberlin & R. V. Chamberlin, 1945 — Mexico Tridenchthonius parvidentatus Balzan, 1887 — South America Tridenchthonius parvulus Balzan, 1887 — Paraguay Tridenchthonius peruanus Beier, 1955 — Peru Tridenchthonius serrulatus (Silvestri, 1918) — Ivory Coast, Nigeria Tridenchthonius surinamus (Beier, 1931) — Surinam Tridenchthonius trinidadensis Hoff, 1946 — Trinidad Typhloditha anophthalma Beier, 1955 — Zaire Typhloditha minima Beier, 1959 — Congo Typhloditha termitophila Beier, 1964 — southern Africa Verrucaditha spinosa (Banks, 1893) — eastern USA Verrucadithella dilatimana (Redikorzev, 1924) — central Africa Verrucadithella francisi Feio, 1945 — Brazil Verrucadithella jeanneli Beier, 1935 — Kenya, Uganda Verrucadithella sulcatimana Beier, 1944 — Tanzania
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