The Genus Pseudosinella (Collembola, Entomobryidae) in Caves of the United States

K. Christiansen
1960 Psyche: A Journal of Entomology  
In 934 Bonet listed two troglophile species of the genus Pseudosinella, P. decipiens and P. sexoculata, from caves of the United States. In 1949 De!amare described two new troglobite species, P. hirsuta and P. spinosa, and placed them in a new genus Troglosinella. The present work is the result of the examination of more extensive collections from caves in the United States and has resulted in the addition of tour more troglophile forms and the discovery of five new troglobite species. The work
more » ... covered in this paper was made possible by a National Science Foundation Grant, No. G4563. Mr. Jerry Tecklin did much of the manual labor involved in preparation and he, Mr. James Hedges and Mr. George Darland, made a collecting trip through Missouri and northern Arkansas, recovering a good deal of critical material. Most of the remaining specimens were collected
doi:10.1155/1960/25063 fatcat:gxc4xjxstnhn5lrhqankgll34i