Trisetobisium fallax (Chamberlin, 1962)


Original combination: Microcreagris fallax


Genus type of Trisetobisium Ćurčić, 1982

Taxonomic references

Microcreagris fallax

Chamberlin, 1962: 343–345, figs 15a–h original description

Trisetobisium fallax (Chamberlin):

Ćurčić, 1982c: 60, figs 1–3
Peck, 1989: 20
Harvey, 1991a: 416

Distribution table

Realm: Nearctic

US (Alabama, North Carolina)
Type locality: Gist Cave, near Allsboro, Colbert County, Alabama, U.S.A.


Locality Lat Lon
1 Allsboro 34.7 -88.116666
Type repository
  • Holotype female (AMNH, JC-1273.01002); allotype male (AMNH, JC-1273.01001); paratypes: 1 male, 1 female (AMNH, JC-1273.01003, JC-1273.01004); 1 mutilated female (AMNH, JC-2263.01001), 1 male (AMNH, JC-1855.01001)
Zoobank LSID


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

Ćurčić, B.P.M. (1982c). Trisetobisium (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisiidae), a new genus of pseudoscorpions based on Microcreagris fallax Chamberlin. Glasnik Muzeja Srpske Zemlje, Beograd (B) 37: 57–61. -- Show included taxa

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

Peck, S.B. (1989). The cave fauna of Alabama: part I. The terrestrial invertebrates (excluding insects). Bulletin of the National Speleological Society 51: 11–33. -- Show included taxa


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