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Order Opiliones - Harvestmen

 
 
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Order Opiliones Sundevall, 1833. In: Zhang Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification...
By Kury A.B.
Zootaxa 3703: 27–33, 2013

Catalogue of the Cyphopalpatores and Bibliography of the Harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones) of Greenland, Canada, USA, and Mexico
By James C. Cokendolpher & Vincent F. Lee
Privately Published, Vintage Press, Lubbock, Texas, iii + 82 pp., 1993

Harvestmen: The Biology of Opiliones
By Ricardo Pinto-Da-Rocha, Glauco Machado, and Gonzalo Giribet (eds.)
Harvard University Press, 2007
An excerpt, as well as the index, can be downloaded from the Harvard University Press website.

Biogeographical evidence for common vicariance and rare dispersal in a southern Appalachian harvestman...
By M. Hedin and M. McCormack
Journal of Biogeography, 2017
Full title: Biogeographical evidence for common vicariance and rare dispersal in a southern Appalachian harvestman (Sabaconidae, Sabacon cavicolens)

The biogeographical history of this widespread species is analyzed using molecular data from nuclear and mitochondrial genes. Cryptic species within S. cavicolens are discussed but not formally described. Three species are proposed to exist, only one of which has known male specimens.

A new monster from southwest Oregon forests: Cryptomaster behemoth sp. n. (Opiliones, Laniatores, Travunioidea)
By James Starrett, Shahan Derkarabetian, Casey H. Richart, Allan Cabrero, Marshal Hedin
ZooKeys 555: 11-35, 2016
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Karyotype and notes on the male reproductive system and natural history of the harvestman Vonones sayi (Opiliones, Cosmetidae)
By James C. Cokendolpher, Stanley R. Jones
Proceedings Entomological Society Washington, 93: 86-91, 1991

Three new species in the harvestmen genus Acuclavella (Opiliones, Dyspnoi, Ischyropsalidoidea), including ...
By Casey H. Richart, Marshal Hedin
ZooKeys 311: 19–68, 2013
Three new species in the harvestmen genus Acuclavella (Opiliones, Dyspnoi, Ischyropsalidoidea), including description of male Acuclavella quattuor Shear, 1986

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Platybunus triangularis and Paroligolophus agrestis: two phalangids introduced to North America (Arachnida, Opiliones)
By P. D. Bragg
Journal of Arachnology 2(2): 127, 1974

 
 
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