WAC Bibliography

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Feng, Z., Zhang, F. & Chen, J. (2023). Cave-dwelling Neobisiidae in South China Karst, with descriptions of twelve new species of Bisetocreagris (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisiidae) from Guizhou Province. Zootaxa 5395: 1–77. -- Show included taxa

Gao, Z., Hou, Y. & Zhang, F. (2023). Four new species of cave-adapted pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpiones, Pseudotyrannochthoniidae) from Guizhou, China. ZooKeys 1139: 33–69. -- Show included taxa

Gao, Z., Hou, Y. & Zhang, F. (2023). Four new species of cave-adapted pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpiones, Pseudotyrannochthoniidae) from Guizhou, China. ZooKeys 1139: 33–69. -- Show included taxa

Gardini, G. (2023). The troglomorphic pseudoscorpions of the genus <i>Neobisium</i> from Corsica, Sardinia and mainland Italy, with description of new species (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae). Zootaxa 5381: 1–67. -- Show included taxa

Gogshelidze, M. & Novák, J. (2023). The first record of Pselaphochernes scorpioides (Hermann, 1804) from Georgia, Caucasus (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones). Caucasiana 2: 299–303. -- Show included taxa

Harvey, M.S. (2023a). A new species of Synsphyronus (Pseudoscorpiones: Garypidae) from eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Taxonomy 18: 1–5. -- Show included taxa

Harvey, M.S. (2023b). A preliminary phylogeny for the pseudoscorpion family Garypinidae (Pseudoscorpiones: Garypinoidea), with new taxa and remarks on the Australasian fauna. Invertebrate Systematics 37: 623–676. (External link) -- Show included taxa

Harvey, M.S., Burger, M.A.A., Abrams, K.M., Finston, T.L., Huey, J.A. & Perina, G. (2023).

The systematics of the pseudoscorpion genus Indohya (Pseudoscorpiones: Hyidae) in Australia
. Zootaxa 5342: 1–119. -- Show included taxa

Hlebec, D. & Harvey, M.S. (2023). Lažištipavci – zašto tako malo znamo? Subterranea Croatica 21(34): 47–53. [(in Croatian)] -- Show included taxa

Hlebec, D., Podnar, M., Kučinić, M. & Harms, D. (2023). Molecular analyses of pseudoscorpions in a subterranean biodiversity hotspot reveal cryptic diversity and microendemism. Scientific Reports 13(430): 1–14. doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-26298-5 -- Show included taxa

Hou, Y., Feng, Z. & Zhang, F. (2023). Diversity of cave-dwelling pseudoscorpions from Guizhou in China, with the description of twenty-four new species of the genus Tyrannochthonius (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae). Zootaxa 5262: 1–158. -- Show included taxa

Hou, Y., Feng, Z. & Zhang, F. (2023b). Three new species of cave-adapted pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae) from eastern Yunnan, China. Zookeys 1153: 73–95. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.1153.99537 -- Show included taxa

Hou, Y., Zhao, L. & Zhang, F. (2023). First record of the genus Catatemnus Beier, 1932 from China, with the description of six new species (Pseudoscorpiones, Atemnidae). ZooKeys 1168: 295–327. -- Show included taxa

Judson, M.L.I., Šťáhlavský, F., Bogusch, P., Astapenková, A. & Opatova, V. (2023). Dispersal capabilities do not parallel ecology and cryptic speciation in European Cheliferidae pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpiones: Cheliferidae). Zoologischer Anzeiger 15(10): 1040. -- Show included taxa

Knecht, R.J., Benner, J.S., Dunlop, J.A. & Renczkowski, M.D. (2023). The largest Palaeozoic whip scorpion and the smallest (Arachnida: Uropygi: Thelyphonida); a new species and a new ichnospecies from the Carboniferous of New England, USA. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society zlad088: 1-15. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlad088 -- Show included taxa

Kolesnikov, V.B., Przhiboro, A.A & Turbanov, I.S. (2023). The pseudoscorpions of the Caucasian Sphagnum bogs: part II. Description of Ephippiochthonius juliae sp.n. from Georgia, with remarks on the taxonomic status of some Caucasian species of the genus Ephippiochthonius Beier, 1930 (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae). Arthropoda Selecta 31: 65–74. -- Show included taxa

Li, Y.-C. (2023). Three new species of pseudoscorpions (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones: Pseudotyrannochthoniidae) from caves in Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces, China. European Journal of Taxonomy 861: 48–64. -- Show included taxa

Li, Y.-C., Wang, M.-L. & Shi, A.-M. (2023). Cave-inhabiting Neobisiidae (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones) from the Yunnan–Guizhou Plateau, with the description of twenty new species of Bisetocreagris Ćurčić. Journal of Arachnology 51: 155–194. -- Show included taxa

Mayoral, J.G. & Hernández-Borroto, S. (2023). Palpigrades from Cuba (Arachnida: Palpigradi: Eukoeneniidae). Zootaxa 5296(3): 475-487. doi: https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.5296.3.9 -- Show included taxa

Moreno-González, J.A., Guiterrez-Estrada, M. & Prendini, L. (2023). Systematic Revision of the Whip Spider Family Paracharontidae (Arachnida: Amblypygi) with Description of a New Troglobitic Genus and Species from Colombia. American Museum Novitates 400: 1-36. doi: https://doi.org/10.1206/4000.1 -- Show included taxa

Neethling, J.A. & Neethling, C. (2023). A systematic revision of the South African Gymnobisiidae (Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisioidea). Zootaxa 5256: 501–543. -- Show included taxa

Novák, J., Harvey, M.S., Szabó, M., Hammel, J., Harms, D., Kotthoff, U., Hörweg, C., Brazidec, M. & Ősi, A. (2023). A new Mesozoic record of the pseudoscorpion family Garypinidae from Upper Cretaceous (Santonian) Ajkaite amber, Ajka area, Hungary. Cretaceous Research 153(105709): 1–9. -- Show included taxa

Prado, G.C. & Ferreira, R.L. (2023).

Three new troglobitic species of Pseudochthonius Balzan, 1892 (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae) from northeastern Brazil
. Zootaxa 5249: 92–110. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.5249.1.5 -- Show included taxa

Romero-Ortiz, C., Samiento, C.E. & Harvey, M.S. (2023). A new genus and five new species of false scorpions (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones, Withiidae) from Colombia. ZooKeys 1184: 301–326. -- Show included taxa

Stanczak, N., Harvey, M.S., Harms, D., Hammel, J.U., Kotthoff, U. & Loria, S. F. (2023). A new pseudoscorpion genus (Garypinoidea: Garypinidae) from the Eocene supports extinction and range contraction in the European paleobiota. PeerJ 11(e15989): 1–27. doi: 10.7717/peerj.15989 -- Show included taxa