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Review of the Classification of the Orders of Arachnida

  • Petar Beron
Chapter
Part of the Monographiae Biologicae book series (MOBI, volume 94)

Abstract

Review of all orders with maps of their geographical distribution.

Keywords

Classification Arachnida Palpigradi Schizomida Amblypygi Thelyphonida Ricinulei Opiliones Pseudoscorpiones Scorpiones Solifugae Araneae Acariformes Parasitiformes Opilioacarida 

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