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Photographic key to the Pseudoscorpions of Canada and the adjacent USA
By C.M. Buddle
Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification No. 10, 2010
Cite: 371285 with citation markup [cite:371285]
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A brand-new helpful source with a key to 35 taxa (33 genera + some species) representing 9 families. The introduction provides general info on the order and the fauna of the region.

Please keep in mind that the key uses no features that are visible on a general dorsal view, so sorting pseudoscorpions from live photographs even to families is virtually impossible. All the diagnostic characters are microscopic.

Links above are dead
I had to search for a while, but the key can now be found here

 
Uh oh
That link is dead now too, does anyone have this key?

 
Found it!
Hi Joshua - here it is

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