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A new species of Tapinella Enderlein, 1908 (Insecta: Psocoptera) from French Guiana, North Amazon rainforest

Dilian Georgiev https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2885-4895

2 November 2023 · volume 45 · (issue 11) · pp. 279–281 · PDF [full text]

Abstract: A new species of Tapinella Enderlein, 1908 was described from French Guiana – T. montjoliensis n. sp. It was collected near Montjoly Town and Wayki Village. The species was found in a plantation and a village from dry banana (Musa sp.) leaves, and among river bank scrubs from dry leaves of various bushes.

Keywords: Amazonia, biodiversity, equatorial, insects, rainforest

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Georgiev D. 2023 A new species of Tapinella Enderlein, 1908 (Insecta: Psocoptera) from French Guiana, North Amazon rainforest. Historia naturalis bulgarica 45: 279–281.

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