PSEUDOSCORPIONES,

Saturnino, Regiane, Tourinho, Ana Lúcia & Azevedo, Clarissa Salette De, 2009, Catalogue of type specimens of invertebrates in the collection of the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Manaus, Brazil. IV. Arachnida: Acari, Palpigradi, Pseudoscorpiones, Ricinulei and Schizomida, Zootaxa 1973, pp. 28-40: 32-38

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ORDER PSEUDOSCORPIONES 

ATEMNIDAE 

setosipygus Mahnert, 1985: 227  , figs. 33–36. Caecatemnus 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 48; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, Km 26 Manaus  – Itacoatiara Highway (AM-010) (Kempson Extraction), J. Wellington de Morais leg., 10.V. 1983. Paratypes: tritonymph, INPA-PS 49; deutonymph, INPA-PS 50, 08.IX. 1982; same details.

CHEIRIDIIDAE 

triangulare Mahnert & Aguiar, 1986: 505  , figs. 13–17. Neocheiridium 

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 51; Brazil, Amazonas, Rio Urubu (ca. 02° 10 ' 5 S, 49 ° 59 'W), on Cocytius duponchel Poey, 1832 (Lepidopt.)  , P.F. Bührnheim et al. leg. Paratypes: male, 2 females, and tritonymph, INPA-PS 52; same details.

Remark: Mahnert & Aguiar (1986) gave the sampling date as 8 –9.1983, but the label with the holotype states 08–09.VIII. 1983.

CHERNETIDAE 

adisi Mahnert, 1979: 786  , figs. 140–145, 187 i. Parachernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 454; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , J. Adis leg., 02.VIII. 1977 (canopy fogging, 24 A).

amazonicus Mahnert, 1985: 232  , figs. 48–52. Ceriochernes  (?)

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 23; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  , Igapó, in Bromeliacean ( Streptocalyx poeppigii  ), J. Adis leg., 29–31.X. 1980. Paratypes: male, 2 females, and 7 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 24; same details; female, INPA-PS 407; Km 60 N Manaus  ,18.1 km e Campinas field station (02° 30 'S, 60 ° 15 'W), canopy fogging, Montgomery, Erwin, Schimel, Krischik, Date and Bacon leg., 22.II. 1979.

Remarks: Although Mahnert (1985) did not include the female INPA-PS 407 in the type material list, he labeled it as paratype. This specimen is herein considered to hold paratype status following article 72.4.1.1 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (1999).

bethaniae Mahnert, 1979: 769  , figs. 101–107. Americhernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 3; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 04.VIII. 1976 (BE, 51 B). Paratypes: protonymph, INPA-PS 4, 07.VII. 1976; protonymph, INPA-PS 5, 04.VIII. 1976; 5 protonymphs, INPA-PS 6, 16.VIII. 1976; female, and protonymph, INPA-PS 7, 02.IX. 1976; protonymph, INPA-PS 406, 07.VII. 1976; same details.

crassifemoratus Mahnert, 1985: 230  , figs. 43–47. Pseudopilanus 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 47; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, Km 26 Manaus  – Itacoatiara Highway (AM-010) (Kempson Extraction), J. Wellington de Morais leg., 10.V. 1983. crassimanus Mahnert, 1979: 777  , figs. 119–123. Phymatochernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 9; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, AM 0 10, km 26, Malaise trap, N. Penny and J. Arias leg., 30.V. 1978.

incertus Mahnert, 1979: 772  , figs. 108–116. Americhernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 8; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., (BE, 47 C).

Remark: In Mahnert (1979) sampling date is 16.II. 1976, on the label with the holotype it is 16.II. 1977. inpai Mahnert, 1979: 781  , figs. 133–137, 138 a. Parachernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 455; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Rio Solimões, Ilha Curari, U. Irmler leg., 02– 19.V. 1972.

margaritifer Mahnert, 1985: 228  , figs. 37–40. Anaperochernes  (?)

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 22; Brazil, Amazonas, Km 60 N Manaus  , 18.1 km e Campinas field station (02° 30 'S, 60 ° 15 'W), canopy fogging, Montgomery Erwin, Schimel, Krischik, Date and Bacon leg., 22.II. 1979.

ovatus Mahnert, 1979: 791  , figs. 154–158. Parachernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 456; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Rio Solimões, J. Adis leg., 28.X. 1976 (BE, 48 A).

pulcher Mahnert, 1979: 779  , figs. 124–128. Parachernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 457; Brazil, Amazonas, Maruim Is., Rio Demeni, from streamside vegetation, L.A. Lacey leg., 13.IV. 1978.

setiger Mahnert, 1979: 789  , figs. 146–152, 187g, h. Parachernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 458; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  / Rio Negro (BE, 49 E).

Remark: In Mahnert (1979) sampling date is given as 06.IV. 1978, but on the label with the holotype it is 06.IV. 1977.

tuberculatus Mahnert, 1994: 834  , figs. 15–20. Petterchernes 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 1; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke (Kempson extraction), J. Adis leg., 08.XII. 1982 (K 15 RD 4). Paratypes: 2 deutonymphs, INPA-PS 2; same details.

CHTHONIIDAE 

amazonicus Mahnert, 1979: 734  , figs. 19–26. Tyrannochthonius  ( Tyrannochthonius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 56; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã-Mirim/Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 02.III. 1977 (TM, E 14 B). Paratypes: 27 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 57, 11.I. 1977; 37 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 58, 19.I. 1977; 565 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 310, 24.III. 1977; 115 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 311, 19.I. 1977; 279 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 312, 10.III. 1977; 232 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 313, 16.II. 1977; 236 tritonymphs, INPA- PS 314, 13.IV. 1977; 729 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 315, 02.III. 1977; 714 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 316, 09.II. 1977; 332 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 317, 06.IV. 1977; 227 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 318, 02.II. 1977; 40 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 319, 19.I. 1976; 7 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 320, 01.III. 1973; 14 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 321, 26.I. 1977; tritonymph, INPA-PS 322, 31.V. 1977; 45 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 323, 09.II. 1976; 25 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 324, 1977; 6 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 325, I. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 326, 06.I. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 327, 26.V. 1976; 5 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 328, 07.VII. 1976; 37 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 329, 02.II. 1976; 19 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 330, 06.I. 1977; 8 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 331, 12.I. 1976; 46 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 332, 26.I. 1976; 682 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 333, 08.III. 1976; 9 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 334, 11.V. 1977; 21 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 335, 04.VIII. 1976; 269 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 336, 17.II. 1976; 36 tritonymphs, INPA- PS 337, 16.III. 1977; 405 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 338, 01.III. 1976; 765 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 339, 23.II. 1976; 52 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 340, 31.III. 1976; 431 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 341, 22.III. 1976; 621 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 342, 15.III. 1976; 3 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 343, 29.XII. 1975; 10 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 344, 21.VII. 1976; 55 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 345, 27.IV. 1977; 6 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 346, 16.VIII. 1976; 193 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 347, 23.II. 1977; 257 tritonymphs, and 2 deutonymphs, INPA-PS 348, 30.III. 1977; 1104 tritonymphs, and 2 deutonymphs, INPA-PS 349, 16.IX. 1976; 4 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 350, 08.XII. 1976; 347 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 351, 02.IX. 1976; 170 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 352, 20.IV. 1977; 35 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 353, 30.IX. 1976; 23 tritonymphs, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 354, 22.XII. 1976; 26 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 355, 29.XII. 1976; 3 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 356, 13.IV. 1974; 35 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 357, 20.IV. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 358, 11.IV. 1977; 2 tritonymphs, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 359, 14.IV. 1976; 2 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 360, 24.XI. 1976; 2 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 361, 13.X. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 362, 17.XI. 1976; 7 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 363, 09.II. 1977; 9 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 364, 23.XII. 1976; same details.

Remarks: INPA-PS 310 – INPA-PS 364 were formally deposited at INPA, however, they are labeled only as Tyrannochthonius  n. sp. The species author confirmed that all deposited material referred to this species and labeled as n. sp. are paratypes (Volker Mahnert, in litt.).

irmleri Mahnert, 1979: 739, figs. 39–47. Tyrannochthonius  ( Tyrannochthonius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 60; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  / Rio Negro, U. Irmler leg.

Remark: In Mahnert (1979) sampling date is given as 29.II. 1972, but on the label with the holotype it is 10.III. 1972.

migrans Mahnert, 1979: 731  , figs. 11–18. Tyrannochthonius  ( Tyrannochthonius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 55; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã-Mirim/Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 20.IV. 1977 (BE, 49 E). Paratypes: 20 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 365, 04.VIII. 1976; 27 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 366, 02.IX. 1976; 266 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 367, 16.IX. 1976; 3 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 368, 13.X. 1976; 5 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 369, 30.IX. 1976; 5 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 370, 02.II. 1977; 3 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 371, 16.VIII. 1976; 26 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 372, 26.I. 1976; 16 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 373, 19.I. 1976; 10 tritonymphs, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 374, 12.I. 1976; 13 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 375, 09.II. 1977; 16 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 376, 21.VII. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 377, 19.I. 1977; 11 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 378, I. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 379, 11.V. 1977; 2 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 380, 09.II. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 381, 25.XI. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 382, 13.IV. 1974; 238 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 383, 23.II. 1976; 11 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 384, 07.VII. 1976; 96 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 385, 24.III. 1977; 366 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 386, 08.III. 1976; 99 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 387, 10.III. 1977; 25 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 388, 23.II. 1977; 218 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 389, 17.II. 1976; 176 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 390, 01.III. 1976; 11 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 391, 30.III. 1977; 16 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 392, 06.IV. 1977; 83 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 393, 02.II. 1976; 43 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 394, 02.III. 1977; 65 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 395, 22.III. 1976; 14 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 396, 20.IV. 1977; 26 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 397, 27.IV. 1977; 16 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 398, 13.IV. 1977; 187 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 399, 15.III. 1976; 5 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 400, 16.III. 1977; 8 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 401, 16.II. 1977; tritonymph, INPA-PS 402, 31.V. 1977; 2 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 403, 14.IV. 1976; 4 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 404, 01.III. 1977; 17 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 405, 31.III. 1976; same details.

Remarks: In Mahnert (1979) there are 5 males, 43 females, 3703 tritonymphs and 9 deutonymphs listed after the holotype designation. This material was not cited as paratype in original publication. According to the author the paratype of this material has been lost (Volker Mahnert, in litt.). INPA-PS 365 – INPA-PS 405 were formally deposited at INPA, however, they are labeled only as Tyrannochthonius  n. sp. The species author confirmed that all deposited material referred to this species and labeled as n. sp. are paratypes (Volker Mahnert, in litt.).

minor Mahnert, 1979: 737  , figs. 33–38. Tyrannochthonius  ( Tyrannochthonius  )

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 59; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, Am 10, km 26, B.C. Ratcliffe leg., 15.XI. 1977.

rotundimanus Mahnert, 1985: 218  , figs. 2–4. Tyrannochthonius  ( Tyrannochthonius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 10; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, Km 26 Manaus  – Itacoatiara Highway (AM-010) (Kempson Extraction), J. Wellington de Morais leg., 08.IX. 1982 (K 14 -RD 16). Paratypes: female, INPA-PS 17, 08.IX. 1982; female, INPA-PS 18, 10.XI. 1982; female, INPA- PS 19, 12.I. 1983; same details; female, INPA-PS 12, 02.II. 1982; female, INPA-PS 13, 12.XI. 1982, same details, J. Adis leg.; 3 females, 4 tritonymphs, and 5 deutonymphs, INPA-PS 14, 26.X. 1982; 2 females, tritonymph, and 6 protonymphs, INPA-PS 15, 28.II. 1983; Rio Tarumã Mirim  , J.M. Rodrigues leg.; male, INPA-PS 11, 21.I. 1982; male, INPA-PS 16, 15.VI. 1982, same details, J. Adis leg.

GEOGARYPIDAE 

amazonicus Mahnert, 1979: 759  , figs. 85–90. Geogarypus  ( Geogarypus  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 72; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  (canopy fogging), 13 B, J. Adis leg., 29.VII. 1977. Paratypes: tritonymph and deutonymph, INPA-PS 73, 09.VI. 1976; 2 males and 2 females, INPA- PS 74, 07.VII. 1976; 2 males and 2 females, INPA-PS 75, 21.VII. 1976; male, INPA-PS 76, 04.VIII. 1976; male, INPA-PS 77, 16.VIII. 1976; female, INPA-PS 78, 02.IX. 1976; male and female, INPA-PS 79, 25.XI. 1976; 9 males, 6 females, 2 deutonymphs, 3 protonymphs, and 5 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 408, 04.VIII. 1976; 3 males, female, deutonymph, 2 protonymphs, and tritonymph, INPA-PS 409, 16.VIII. 1976; 4 males, 2 females, tritonymph, 4 deutonymphs, and protonymph, INPA-PS 410, 21.VII. 1976; same details, Tarumã Mirim  / Rio Negro.

IDEORONCIDAE 

arboricola Mahnert, 1979: 753  , figs. 70–71. Ideoroncus 

Currently Xorilbia arboricola Harvey & Mahnert, 2006: 229  .

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 65; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  (canopy fogging 21 A), J. Adis leg., 02.VIII. 1977.

gracilis Mahnert 1985: 223  , figs. 27–28. Albiorix 

Currently Xorilbia gracilis Harvey & Mahnert, 2006: 229  .

Paratypes: female, deutonymph, and 2 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 31, 26.X. 1982; 3 males and 2 deutonymphs, INPA-PS 32, 30.I. 1983; female and deutonymph, INPA-PS 33, 28.II. 1983; female, INPA-PS 34, 25.IV. 1983; female, INPA-PS 35, 27.VI. 1983; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Rio Tarumã Mirim  , J. M. Gomes Rodrigues leg.; male, INPA-PS 452, 11.VII. 1983; male, INPA-PS 453, 30.I. 1983; Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, J. Wellington de Morais leg.

Remarks: Although Mahnert (1985) designed only one male paratype collected by J. Wellington de Morais at Tarumã Mirim  between 1982–1983 there are two males fitting his descriptions and labeled as paratypes (INPA-PS 452 and INPA-PS 453). Eight other specimens (4 females and 4 deutonymphs) were labelled as paratypes by the author, but not listed in the material examined. These specimens are all considered herein to hold paratype status following article 72.4.1.1 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (1999).

lamellifer Mahnert, 1985: 224  , figs. 29–31. Albiorix 

Currently Xorilbia lamellifer Harvey & Mahnert, 2006: 230  . Holotype: female, INPA-PS 36; Brazil, Amazonas, 25 NO Manaus  , L.A. Lacey and L.A. Maciel leg., 24.XII. 1979.

OLPIIDAE 

irmgardae Mahnert, 1979: 755  , figs. 75–84. Pachyolpium 

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 66; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 12.I. 1976 (BE, 49 D). Paratypes: female and tritonymph, INPA-PS 67, 04.VIII. 1976; 2 males, female, deutonymph, and protonymph, INPA-PS 68, 16.VIII. 1976; deutonymph and protonymph, INPA-PS 69, 02.III. 1977; female, INPA-PS 70, 31.V. 1977; tritonymph, 5 deutonymphs, and protonymph, INPA-PS 413, 13.X. 1976; 2 deutonymphs, and 9 protonymphs, INPA-PS 414, 14.IV. 1976; tritonymph, deutonymph, and 4 protonymphs, INPA-PS 415, 04.VIII. 1976; 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 416, 06.IV. 1977; deutonymph, and 12 protonymphs, INPA-PS 417, 12.V. 1976; deutonymph, and 6 protonymphs, INPA-PS 418, 31.V. 1977; deutonymph, and 3 protonymphs, INPA-PS 419, 22.III. 1976; deutonymph, and 8 protonymphs, INPA-PS 420, 26.V. 1976; fragments of an adult, and protonymph, INPA-PS 421, 09.II. 1977; 4 protonymphs, INPA-PS 422, 10.III. 1977; deutonymph, and 4 protonymphs, INPA-PS 423, 01.III. 1976; deutonymph, and protonymph, INPA-PS 424, 16.II. 1977; 2 tritonymphs, 6 deutonymphs, and 4 protonymphs, INPA-PS 425, 16.IX. 1976; 13 protonymphs, INPA-PS 426, 09.VI. 1976; 3 deutonymphs, and 4 protonymphs, INPA-PS 427, 31.III. 1976; tritonymph, deutonymph, and 3 protonymphs, INPA-PS 428, 30.III. 1977; deutonymph, and 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 429, 02.II. 1977; 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 430, 23.II. 1976; 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 431, 27.IV. 1977; 2 deutonymphs, and 4 protonymphs, INPA-PS 432, 11.V. 1977; tritonymph, and 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 433, 07.VII. 1976; deutonymph, and 3 protonymphs, INPA-PS 434, 21.VII. 1976; tritonymph, deutonymph, and 6 protonymphs, INPA-PS 435, 16.VIII. 1976; 2 deutonymphs, and 3 protonymphs, INPA-PS 436, 02.IX. 1976; tritonymph, 6 deutonymphs, and 3 protonymphs, INPA-PS 437, 30.IX. 1976; 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 438, 27.X. 1976; 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 439, 29.XII. 1976; protonymph, INPA-PS 440, 08.III. 1976; deutonymph, INPA-PS 441, 24.III. 1977; protonymph, INPA-PS 442, 17.II. 1976; protonymph, INPA-PS 443, 13.IV. 1977; 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 444, 20.IV. 1977; deutonymph, INPA-PS 445, 25.XI. 1976; deutonymph, INPA-PS 446, 22.XII. 1976; deutonymph, INPA-PS 447, 15.XII. 1976; protonymph, INPA-PS 448, 22.XII. 1976; female, INPA-PS 449, 26.V. 1976; same details; male INPA-PS 71, 29.III. 1978; INPA, under palm bark, L.A. Lacey leg., 29.III. 1978.

SYARINIDAE 

amazonicum Mahnert, 1979: 743, figs. 48–52. Ideobisium 

Currently Ideoblothrus amazonicus: Muchmore, 1982: 215  .

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 61; Brazil, Amazonas, Rio Demeni, leaf litter from “Terra Firme” (ca. 01°N., 63 °W), L.A. Lacey leg., 10.IV. 1978.

brasiliense Mahnert, 1979: 747, figs. 59–64. Ideobisium 

Currently Ideoblothrus brasiliensis: Muchmore 1982: 215  .

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 62; Brazil, Pará, Belém, Probe a, J. Adis leg., 06.VII. 1977. Paratypes: 3 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 63, Amazonas, Manaus  , in leaf litter, L.A. Lacey leg., 14.VII. 1978; 3 tritonymphs, INPA-PS 64; INPA, L.A. Lacey and K. Blake leg., 07.VII. 1978.

schusteri Mahnert, 1985: 220  , figs. 5–11. Ideobisium 

Paratypes: male, 2 females and protonymph, INPA-PS 37, 08.IX. 1982; 4 males, female, 2 tritonymphs, 2 deutonymphs, and 5 protonymphs, INPA-PS 38, 10.XI. 1982; female, tritonymph, 3 deutonymphs, and 8 protonymphs, INPA-PS 39, 12.I. 1983; male, 3 tritonymphs, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 40, 11.VII. 1983; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, km 26 Manaus  – Itacoatiara Highway (AM-010) (Kempson Extraction), J. Wellington de Morais leg.; male, INPA-PS 41, 13.IX. 1978 (dung trap 7); Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, J. Arias e N. Penny leg.; female, INPA-PS 42, B.C. Ratcliffe leg., 20.VI. 1978 (pitfall trap 16); male, INPA-PS 43, 13.III. 1981 (K 30 -RD-Ig), J. Adis leg.; same details; 2 males, INPA-PS 44, 29.XII. 1982; 3 males, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 45, 30.I. 1983; female and deutonymph, INPA-PS 46, 27.VI. 1983; deutonymph, INPA-PS 93, 28.II. 1983; Rio Tarumã Mirim  , J.M. Gomes Rodrigues leg. tenuis Mahnert, 1985: 221  , figs. 14–18. Ideoblothrus 

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 20; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, Km 26 Manaus  – Itacoatiara Highway (AM-010) (Kempson Extraction), J. Wellington de Morais leg., 08.IX. 1982 (K 15 -RD 10). Paratypes: tritonymph, INPA-PS 451, 11.VII. 1983; same details; female, INPA-PS 21, 20.VI. 1978, emergence trap 5 C, J. Arias and N. Penny leg.; same details.

Remarks: Although Mahnert (1985) did not included the tritonymph INPA-PS 451 in the type material list, he has labeled it as paratype. This specimen is herein considered to hold paratype status following article 72.4.1.1 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (1999).

tridens Mahnert, 1985: 222  , figs. 19–26. Microblothrus 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 25; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, km 26 Manaus  , Itacoatiara Highway (AM-010) (Kempson Extraction), J. Wellington de Morais leg., 11.VII. 1983. Paratypes: 14 females, 5 deutonymphs, and 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 26; 2 females, INPA-PS 27, 13.III. 1983; same details; 4 females, 3 deutonymphs, and 2 protonymphs, INPA-PS 28, 25.VIII. 1982; 6 females, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 29, 29.XII. 1982; 4 females, and protonymph, INPA-PS 30, 30.I. 1983; Rio Tarumã Mirim  (Kempson Extraction), J.M. Gomes Rodrigues leg.

TRIDENCHTHONIIDAE 

brasiliensis Mahnert, 1979: 725  , figs. 1–5. Tridenchthonius 

Holotype: female, INPA-PS 53; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã-Mirim, Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 09.II. 1977 (BE, 47 D). Paratype: female, INPA-PS 54; Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, L.A. Lacey leg., 06.VII. 1978.

Remarks: Mahnert (1979) designed one male and two females with the same locality and collector as paratype above (INPA-PS 54), but in Mahnert (1979) the sampling date is 26.V. 1978 whereas on the label it is 06.VII. 1978. This female is herein considered to hold paratype status based on article 72.4.1.1 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (1999).

WITHIIDAE 

coniger Mahnert, 1979: 804  , figs. 182–186. Parawithius (Victorwithius) 

Currently Victorwithius coniger: Harvey, 2004: 440  .

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 89; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Rio Solimões, J. Adis leg., 22.I. 1976 (48 B, RS). Paratypes: female, INPA-PS 90, 30.IX. 1976; female, INPA-PS 91, 13.X. 1976; same details. gracilimanus Mahnert, 1979: 802  , figs. 176–181. Parawithius (Victorwithius) Currently  Victorwithius gracilimanus: Harvey, 2004: 440  .

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 92; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 02.IX. 1976 (BE, 52 D).

intermedius Mahnert, 1979: 795  , figs. 160–162. Dolichowithius  ( Dolichowithius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 80; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 21.VII. 1976 (BE, 51 C).

mediofasciatus Mahnert, 1979: 798  , figs. 170–175. Dolichowithius  ( Dolichowithius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 81; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Rio Solimões, J. Adis leg., 23.XII. 1976 (RS, 50 A, BE). Paratypes: protonymph, INPA-PS 82, 30.IX. 1976; deutonymph, INPA-PS 83, 25.X. 1976; tritonymph, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 84, 08.XII. 1976; tritonymph, and deutonymph, INPA-PS 85, 22.XII. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 86, 25.XI. 1976; tritonymph, INPA-PS 87, 06.I. 1977; male, INPA-PS 450, 08.XII. 1977; 2 deutonymphs, INPA-PS 411, 10.XI. 1976; deutonymph, INPA-PS 412, 13.X. 1976; Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg.

Remarks: Dates on label for male paratype INPA-PS 450 do not correspond to those given by Mahnert (1979). The paratype status of this specimen is accepted, based on article 72.4.1.1 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (1999).

minutus Mahnert, 1979: 796  , figs. 163–167. Dolichowithius  ( Dolichowithius  )

Holotype: male, INPA-PS 88; Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus  , Tarumã Mirim  /Rio Negro, J. Adis leg., 30.IX. 1976 (BE, 50 A).

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Pseudoscorpiones

Loc

PSEUDOSCORPIONES

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2009
Loc

Xorilbia arboricola

Harvey 2006: 229
2006
Loc

Xorilbia gracilis

Harvey 2006: 229
2006
Loc

Xorilbia lamellifer

Harvey 2006: 230
2006
Loc

Victorwithius coniger:

Harvey 2004: 440
2004
Loc

tuberculatus

Mahnert 1994: 834
1994
Loc

triangulare

Mahnert 1986: 505
1986
Loc

setosipygus

Mahnert 1985: 227
1985
Loc

amazonicus

Mahnert 1985: 232
1985
Loc

crassifemoratus

Mahnert 1985: 230
1985
Loc

margaritifer

Mahnert 1985: 228
1985
Loc

rotundimanus

Mahnert 1985: 218
1985
Loc

gracilis

Mahnert 1985: 223
1985
Loc

lamellifer

Mahnert 1985: 224
1985
Loc

schusteri

Mahnert 1985: 220
1985
Loc

tridens

Mahnert 1985: 222
1985
Loc

Ideoblothrus amazonicus:

Muchmore 1982: 215
1982
Loc

Ideoblothrus brasiliensis:

Muchmore 1982: 215
1982
Loc

adisi

Mahnert 1979: 786
1979
Loc

bethaniae

Mahnert 1979: 769
1979
Loc

incertus

Mahnert 1979: 772
1979
Loc

ovatus

Mahnert 1979: 791
1979
Loc

pulcher

Mahnert 1979: 779
1979
Loc

setiger

Mahnert 1979: 789
1979
Loc

amazonicus

Mahnert 1979: 734
1979
Loc

migrans

Mahnert 1979: 731
1979
Loc

minor

Mahnert 1979: 737
1979
Loc

amazonicus

Mahnert 1979: 759
1979
Loc

arboricola

Mahnert 1979: 753
1979
Loc

irmgardae

Mahnert 1979: 755
1979
Loc

brasiliensis

Mahnert 1979: 725
1979
Loc

coniger

Mahnert 1979: 804
1979
Loc

intermedius

Mahnert 1979: 795
1979
Loc

mediofasciatus

Mahnert 1979: 798
1979
Loc

minutus

Mahnert 1979: 796
1979