Parobisium Chamberlin, 1930


Original name: Neobisium

Gender: neuter


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Genus type

Neobisium (Parobisium) magnum Chamberlin, 1930, by original designation.

Taxonomic references
Neobisium (Parobisium)
Chamberlin, 1930: 17 original description
Beier, 1932a: 84
Morikawa, 1960: 112–113
Hoff, 1961: 427
Parobisium Chamberlin:
Chamberlin and Malcolm, 1960: 112–113
Chamberlin, 1962: 123
Harvey, 1991a: 394
Mahnert, 2003: 744–745
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Beier, M. (1932a). Pseudoscorpionidea I. Subord. Chthoniinea et Neobisiinea. Tierreich 57: i–xx, 1–258. -- Show included taxa

Chamberlin, J.C. (1930). A synoptic classification of the false scorpions or chela-spinners, with a report on a cosmopolitan collection of the same. Part II. The Diplosphyronida (Arachnida-Chelonethida). Annals and Magazine of Natural History (10) 5: 1–48, 585–620. -- Show included taxa

Chamberlin, J.C. (1962). New and little-known false scorpions, principally from caves, belonging to the families Chthoniidae and Neobisiidae (Arachnida, Chelonethida). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 123: 303–352. -- Show included taxa

Chamberlin, J.C. & Malcolm, D.R. (1960). The occurrence of false scorpions in caves with special reference to cavernicolous adaptation and to cave species in the North American fauna (Arachnida - Chelonethida). American Midland Naturalist 64: 105–115. -- Show included taxa

Harvey, M.S. (1991a). Catalogue of the Pseudoscorpionida. Manchester University Press, Manchester. -- Show included taxa

Hoff, C.C. (1961). Pseudoscorpions from Colorado. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 122: 409–464. -- Show included taxa

Mahnert, V. (2003). Four new species of pseudoscorpions (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones: Neobisiidae, Chernetidae) from caves in Yunnan Province, China. Revue Suisse de Zoologie 110: 739–748. -- Show included taxa

Morikawa, K. (1960). Systematic studies of Japanese pseudoscorpions. Memoirs of Ehime University (2B) 4: 85–172. -- Show included taxa


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