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REVISION OF TIMEMA SCUDDER (PHASMATOPTERA: TIMEMATODEA) INCLUDING THREE NEW SPECIES

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 May 2012

Vernon R. Vickery
Affiliation:
Lyman Entomological Museum and Research Laboratory, Macdonald College, McGill University, 21, 111 Lakeshore Road, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada H9X 3V9

Abstract

The nine species; of Timema Scudder known previously from California, Arizona, and Nevada are redescribed and three new species are added: Timema nakipa from Baja California, Mexico: T. tahoe from Nevada; and T. cristinae from Santa Barbara County, California. Timema nakipa and T. podura Strohecker are the only representatives of Timema known from Mexico. Keys and identification tables are presented for identification of species.

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On trouvera ici une nouvelle description des neuf espèces connues de Timema Scudder de Californie, d’Arizona et du Nevada; trois nouvelles espèces viennent s’ajouter : Timema nakipa, de la Basse Californie, Mexique, T. tahoe, du Nevada, et T. cristinae du comté de Santa Barbara, Californie. Timema nakipa et T. podura Strohecker sont les seules espèces connues de Timema au Mexique. Des clés et des tableaux diagnostiques permettront d’identifier les espèces.

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