Allochthonius (Allochthonius) borealis Sato, 1984


Original combination: Allochthonius borealis

Subgenus Allochthonius


Taxonomic references

Allochthonius borealis

Sato, 1984a: 17–18, figs 1–9 original description
Sato, 1985: 22, figs 1–2
Sato and Yamauchi, 2001: 63 (as Allochthonius bolearis [sic])

Allochthonius (Allochthonius) borealis Sato:

Harvey, 1991a: 132
Sato, 1991a: 22, fig. 66–4
Sato, 1994b: 79
Hu and Zhang, 2011: n/a, fig. 25

Distribution table

Realm: Palearctic

Type locality: Mount Iwaki, Hirosaki,Aomori Prefecture, Japan.


Locality Lat Lon
1 Mount Iwaki 40.65 140.3
Type repository

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

Hu, J. & Zhang, F. (2011). Description of three new species of the genus Allochthonius Chamberlin, 1929 (Pseudoscorpiones: Pseudotyrannochthoniidae) from China. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3: 2167–2176. -- Show included taxa

Sato, H. (1984a). Allochthonius borealis, a new pseudoscorpion (Chthoniidae) from Tohoku District, Japan. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan 39: 17–20. -- Show included taxa

Sato, H. (1985). [Altitudinal distribution of soil pseudoscorpions at Mt. Funagata, Yamagata Prefecture]. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan 40: 21–24. -- Show included taxa

Sato, H. (1991a). [Pseudoscorpiones]. In: Aoki, J. (ed.) [Pictorial keys to soil animals of Japan] Tokai University Press, Tokai: 64–69. -- Show included taxa

Sato, H. (1994b). [Pseudoscorpions]. In: Environment Agency (ed.) [A checklist of the Japanese species of wildlife] Japan Wildlife Research Center, Tokyo: 79–81. -- Show included taxa

Sato, H. & Yamauchi, S. (2001). [Pseudoscorpiones fauna of the Hakkoda Mountain Range, Aomori Pref., Japan]. Journal of the Natural History Society of Aomori 6: 61–65. -- Show included taxa


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