The genus Acipes in Spain, with the description of a new cavernicolous species (Diplopoda, Julida, Blaniulidae) HENRIK ENGHOFF and JEAN-PAUL MAURIÈS New material of Acipes continentalis Enghoff, 1986, is described from prov. Madrid. A. anda- lusius sp. n. is described from a cave in prov. Jaén. H. Enghoff, Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark (firstname.lastname@example.org). J.-P. Mauriès, Laboratoire de Zoologie, Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Rue de Buffon, 61, F-75231 Paris, France (email@example.com). Introduction Although seven species of the genus Acipes At- tems, 1937, have been described from the Madei- ran and Canarian archipelagos (Enghoff 1983, Vi- cente & Enghoff 1999), only the unique, incom- plete holotype of the eighth known species, A. continentalis Enghoff, 1986, has so far been re- corded from continental Spain. In the present paper we complete the description of A. continentalis, based on new Spanish material, and describe a sec- ond continental species from Spain, Andalusia. Acronyms of repositories: FCG - coll. A. Tinaut, Faculdad de Ciencias, Gra- nada. MCNC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Ma- drid. MNHNP - Museum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris. ZMUC - Zoological Museum, University of Copen- hagen. Taxonomy Acipes continentalis Enghoff, 1986 (Fig.
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1999
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