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      Pseudoscorpionida (Arachnida) em galerias de colônias de Passalidae (Coleoptera, Insecta) em troncos caídos em floresta de terra firme da Amazônia, Brasil Translated title: Pseudoscorpionida (Arachnida) found in the galleries made by Passalidae (Coleoptera, Insecta) colonies inside fallen wood of the Amazonian terra firme forest, Brazil

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          Em sete municípios do Amazonas, um de Rondônia e um de Roraima, foram examinadas 71 colônias de 24 espécies de Passalidae (Coleoptera), pertencentes aos gêneros: Passalus Fabricius, 1792 (14 espécies); Paxillus Mac Leay, 1819 (três); Popilius Kaup, 1871 (três); Spasalus Kaup, 1869 (uma); Verres Kaup, 1871 (uma); Veturius Kaup, 1871 (duas). Foram registradas doze espécies de pseudoscorpiões, incluindo nove gêneros e cinco famílias, listadas a seguir: Chernetidae - Americhernes aff. incertus Mahnert, 1979, Cordylochernes scorpioides (Linnaeus 1758), Lustrochenes similis (Balzan 1892), L. aff. reimoseri Beier, 1932, L. intermedius (Balzan 1892), Phymatochernes crassimanus Mahnert 1979; Chthoniidae - Pseudochthonius homodentatus Chamberlin, 1929; Lechytiidae - Lechytia chthoniiformis (Balzan 1887); Tridenchthoniidae - Tridenchthonius mexicanus Chamberlin & Chamberlin 1945; Withiidae - Cacodemonius sp., Dolichowithius (D.) emigrans (Tullgren 1907), D. (D.) mediofasciatus Mahnert, 1979. Dentre as espécies mais freqüentes (T. mexicanus, L. intermedius e L. aff. reimoseri), ocorreram todos os estágios de desenvolvimento. Foram coletadas de uma a três espécies de pseudoscorpiões em cada colônia individual de besouros passalídeos. T. mexicanus foi a única espécie encontrada em todos os municípios, ocorrendo em 45 colônias de dezenove espécies de passalídeos, sendo a maioria dos exemplares encontrado no subcórtex. L. intermedius foi a segunda espécie mais abundante, ocorrendo em colônias de 11 espécies de Passalidae, a maioria também no subcórtex. L. aff reimoseri ocorreu em 13 colônias de Passalidae, sob a casca, alburno e cerne. L. aff. reimoseri foi a única espécie coletada somente no cerne.

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          Seventy-one colonies from 24 species of Coleoptera, Passalidae, belonging respectively to the genera Passalus Fabricius, 1792 (14 species), Paxillus Mac Leay, 1819 (three species), Popilius Kaup, 1871 (three species), Spasalus Kaup, 1869 (one species), Verres Kaup, 1871 (one species) and Veturius Kaup, 1871 (two species), were examined from seven municipalities of Amazonas, one of Rondônia and one of Roraima states. Twelve species of psedoscorpions were found, belonging to nine genera and five families, as follows: Chernetidae - Americhernes aff. incertus Mahnert 1979, Cordylochernes scorpioides (Lin. 1758), Lustrochenes similis (Balzan 1892), L. aff. reimoseri Beier, 1932, L. intermedius (Balzan 1892), Phymatochernes crassimanus Mahnert 1979; Chthoniidae - Pseudochthonius homodentatus Chamberlin 1929; Lechytiidae - Lechytia chthoniiformis (Balzan 1887); Tridenchthoniidae - Tridenchthonius mexicanus Chamberlin & Chamberlin 1945; Withiidae - Cacodemonius sp, Dolichowithius emigrans (Tullgren 1907), D. mediofasciatus Mahnert, 1979. Among the most common species, all the development stages of T. mexicanus, L. intermedius and L. aff. reimoseri were found. From one to three species of pseudoscorpions were collected in each colony of passalíd beetles. T. mexicanus, the only species found in all municipalities, was caught in 45 colonies of nineteen species of passalids, the majority of them occurring under bark. L. intermedius, the second most abundant species, was caught in colonies of 11 species of passalids, the majority of them also under bark. Lustrochenes aff. reimoseri was caught in colonies of 13 species of Passalidae under bark and in sapwood and heartwood and was the only species caught exclusively in heartwood.

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                Acta Amazonica
                Acta Amaz.
                Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (Manaus )
                1809-4392
                2011
                : 41
                : 2
                : 311-320
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Universidade Federal do Amazonas Brazil
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                S0044-59672011000200018
                10.1590/S0044-59672011000200018
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                AGRONOMY
                BIOLOGY
                ZOOLOGY

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