センチュウとカニムシの関係についての続報 Further Report on Nematode-pseudoscorpion Associations
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Nematode-pseudoscorpion associations were studied in <i>Neobisium bernardi</i> VACHON, <i>N. carpaticum</i> BEIER, <i>N. simoni</i> (L. KOCH), <i>N. sylvaticum</i> (C. L. KOCH), and <i>Roncus jarilo</i> CURCIC, all from Yugoslavia. Mermithid parasitism of pseudoscorpions was re-established for <i>N. carpaticum</i> and <i>R. pannonius</i> CURCIC, DIMITRIJEVIC, et KARAMATA (Neobisiidae). Phoretic associations of rhabditid nematodes and false scorpions were found in <i>R. jarilo</i> and re-established in <i>N. carpaticum</i>. The possible origin of such associations, their characteristics, frequency, and significance are briefly discussed. The total number of pseudoscorpion species associated with nematodes, is at present 15; of these, the majority belong to the family Neobisiidae (11 species), while 3 species belong to the Chthoniidae, and one to the Sternophoridae.
- Acta Arachnol.
Acta Arachnol. 45(1), 43-46, 1996-09-30
Arachnological Society of Japan