Campodea (Dicampa) catalana Denis, 1930

Sendra, Alberto & Reboleira, Ana Sofia P. S., 2020, Euro-Mediterranean fauna of Campodeinae (Campodeidae, Diplura), European Journal of Taxonomy 728, pp. 1-130 : 69

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5852/ejt.2020.728.1181

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DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4345290

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scientific name

Campodea (Dicampa) catalana Denis, 1930
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Campodea (Dicampa) catalana Denis, 1930  

Figs 1–4 View Figs 1–4 , 19–22 View Figs 19–22

Campodea (Dicampa) catalana Denis, 1930: 28   , figs 7–13.

Diagnosis ( Denis 1930; Condé & Mathieu 1957; Sendra & Jiménez 1983; Sendra & Moreno 2006)

Body length 2.5–4.0 mm; epicuticle with microdenticles; short, smooth clothing setae; antennae with 18–26 antennomeres, with up to 31 in populations inhabiting shallow subsurface habitats, such as the MSS ( Sendra et al. 2017a); sensillum of third antennomere in dorsal position, smaller and in ventral position in several populations in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula; cupuliform organ with four simple olfactory chemoreceptors but increasing in number in specimens from MSS habitats; short ma and la notal macrosetae with a few barbs and long lp notal macrosetae with barbs along distal half; marginal setae with long apical barbs; 3+3 lp macrosetae on VIII urotergite, 5+5 lp on IX abdominal segment; cerci shorter than body and covered in long macrosetae with barbs along distal half to twothirds and a few shorter, smooth setae, but in proximal articles with latero-interior macrosetae ending in sharp shape to slightly swollen.

Taxonomic notes

The studied material (Supplementary file 2) has allowed to photograph some structures under SEM ( Figs 2–4 View Figs 1–4 , 19–22 View Figs 19–22 ).

Habitat and distribution

Soil-dwelling species inhabiting all layers of the soil, and the MSS on scree slopes ( Sendra et al. 2017a), from the sea level to the highest mountains of the Iberian Peninsula under Mediterranean climate ( Denis 1930; Condé & Mathieu 1957; Sendra & Jiménez 1983; Sendra & Moreno 2006).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Entognatha

Order

Diplura

Family

Campodeidae

Genus

Campodea

Loc

Campodea (Dicampa) catalana Denis, 1930

Sendra, Alberto & Reboleira, Ana Sofia P. S. 2020
2020
Loc

Campodea (Dicampa) catalana

Denis J. R. 1930: 28
1930