Acuminochernes crassopalpus (Hoff, 1945)


Original combination: Hesperochernes crassopalpus


Genus type of Acuminochernes Hoff, 1949

Taxonomic references

Hesperochernes crassopalpus

Hoff, 1945c: 43–49, figs 7–12 original description

Acuminochernes crassopalpus (Hoff):

Hoff, 1949b: 477–478, figs 44a–d
Park and Auerbach, 1954: 210
Hoff and Bolsterli, 1956: 174
Hoff, 1958: 25
Nelson, 1975: 287–288, figs 54–55
Muchmore, 1981c: 335
Benedict and Malcolm, 1982: 99
Zeh, 1987b: 1084
Muchmore, 1990a: 521, fig. 18.81
174, 184, Philips and Dindal, 1990 (reference missing)
Harvey, 1991a: 534–535
Snider and Nelson, 1991: 261
Turienzo, Iorio and Mahnert, 2010: 559, 582 (as Acuminochernes crassipalpus [sic] on p. 559)

Phoberocheirus cribellus Chamberlin, 1949 -- synonymised by Muchmore, 1981c: 335 synonymised by Reference missing
Phoberocheirus cribellus
Chamberlin, 1949: 8–10, figs 3a–j original description
Hoff, 1958: 25
Muchmore, 1971a: 88 (synonymised by Muchmore, 1981c: 335)
Distribution table

Realm: Nearctic

US (Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Virginia)
Type locality: Lake Wedington Wildlife Area, Washington County, Arkansas, U.S.A.


Locality Lat Lon
1 Lake Wedington 36.083333 -94.366666
Type repository
  • Holotype male, Allotype female, Paratypes: 1 male, 4 female, 1 TN (FMNH)
Zoobank LSID


Benedict, E.M. & Malcolm, D.R. (1982). Pseudoscorpions of the family Chernetidae newly identified from Oregon (Pseudoscorpionida, Cheliferoidea). Journal of Arachnology 10: 97–109. -- Show included taxa

Chamberlin, J.C. (1949). New and little-known false scorpions from various parts of the world (Arachnida, Chelonethida), with notes on structural abnormalities in two species. American Museum Novitates 1430: 1–57. -- Show included taxa

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

Hoff, C.C. (1945c). New species and records of pseudoscorpions from Arkansas. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 64: 34–57. -- Show included taxa

Hoff, C.C. (1949b). The pseudoscorpions of Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey 24: 407–498. -- Show included taxa

Hoff, C.C. (1958). List of the pseudoscorpions of North America north of Mexico. American Museum Novitates 1875: 1–50. -- Show included taxa

Hoff, C.C. & Bolsterli, J.E. (1956). Pseudoscorpions of the Mississippi River drainage basin area. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 75: 155–179. -- Show included taxa

Muchmore, W.B. (1971a). Phoresy by North and Central American pseudoscorpions. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science 12: 79–97. -- Show included taxa

Muchmore, W.B. (1981c). New pseudoscorpion synonymies (Pseudoscorpionida, Chernetidae and Cheliferidae). Journal of Arachnology 9: 335–336. -- Show included taxa

Muchmore, W.B. (1990a). Pseudoscorpionida. In: Dindal, D.L. (ed.) Soil biology guide John Wiley and Sons, New York: 503–527. -- Show included taxa

Nelson, S.O., Jr (1975). A systematic study of Michigan Pseudoscorpionida (Arachnida). American Midland Naturalist 93: 257–301. -- Show included taxa

Park, O. & Auerbach, S. (1954). Further study of the tree-hole complex with emphasis on quantitative aspects of the fauna. Ecology 35: 208–222. -- Show included taxa

Snider, R.J. & Nelson, S.O., Jr (1991). Michigan Pseudoscorpionida, a checklist. Michigan Academician 24: 259–263. -- Show included taxa

Turienzo, P., Iorio, O. di & Mahnert, V. (2010). Global checklist of pseudoscorpions (Arachnida) found in birds’ nests. Revue Suisse de Zoologie 117: 557–598. -- Show included taxa

Zeh, D.W. (1987b). Aggression, density, and sexual dimorphism in chernetid pseudoscorpions (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpionida). Evolution 41: 1072–1087. -- Show included taxa


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