The first record of Lacinius dentiger (C.L. Koch, 1848) (Opiliones: Phalangiidae) in Turkey

Abstract

K. Kurt, M. Elverici, K.B. Kunt

The species  Lacinius dentiger  (C.L. Koch, 1848)  of family Phalangiidae is recorded from Turkey for the first time. Its body dorsal view, chelicerae and pedipalp are illustrated. Locality data of this species are also given.

Keywords:   First record; Harvestmen; Lacinius dentiger; Opiliones, Turkey
 

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