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Order Pseudoscorpiones - Pseudoscorpions

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The Pseudoscorpions of Illinois
Hoff, Clayton C. 1949. The Pseudoscorpions of Illinois. Bulletin / Illinois Natural History Survey 24:413-497.

A primer on pseudoscorpions and taxonomic status in Canada, by C. Buddle
General information on the order (morphology/anatomy, life history, ecology, taxonomy, collection and preservation, literature) and Canada faunal checklist that includes 26 spp. in 20 genera of 7 families.

Taylor S. (2009-2011) Pseudoscorpions
Up-to-date US faunal checklist, good images

Harvey, M.S. (2009). Pseudoscorpions of the World, version 1.2. Western Australian Museum, Perth
Maintained by Mark Harvey of the Western Australian Museum. I found out about this through an International Society of Arachnology email.

A comprehensive source of information on pseudoscorpions with a world catalog, a general description and excellent photo guide to families

From the home page:
Welcome. This website is designed to provide some basic information on the wonderful world of pseudoscorpions and, in particular, provide lists of valid names and a comprehensive list of the scientific literature that deal with pseudoscorpions. I would be grateful to receive any information that might be used to improve the website, in particular any errors or omissions that occur within the website.

International Society of Arachnology: Pseudoscorpions
A few pictures and dozens of links of interest.

Urban Integrated Pest Management: Pseudoscorpions

Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet: Pseudoscorpions
A few diagnostic drawings and natural history and control measures.

Synopsis of the described Arachnida of the World
World catalogue of the Arachnida (in progress), BG's recommended standard source(1) for Acari classification.

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