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Second fossil oribatid mite from the Spanish lower Cretaceous amber. Eupterotegaeus bitranslamellatus n. sp. (Acariformes, Oribatida, Cepheidae)

Arillo, A. and Subias, L.S.


2001 - Volume: 42 Issue: 4 pages: 403-406


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Acariformes oribatids Cepheidae Lower Cretaceous amber Alava Spain new species

Abstract

A new species belonging to the family Cepheidae Berlese, 1896, Eupterotegaeus bitranslamellatus n. sp., is described from Spanish lower Cretaceous. The fossil is preserved in a piece of amber found near Penacerrada (province of Alava, North of Spain).

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Date accepted:
2001-11
Date published:
2003-01-31

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2001 Arillo, A. and Subias, L.S.

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