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Weiner & Fiera: New Species of Deuteraphorura from Romania 247 NEW SPECIES OF DEUTERAPHORURA (COLLEMBOLA: ONYCHIURIDAE) FROM ROMANIA Wanda Maria Weiner1 and Cristina Fiera2,* 1Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sławkowska 17, Pl–31 - 016 Kraków, Poland 2Institute of Biology, Bucharest of Romanian Academy, 296 Splaiul Independenţei, P.O. Box 56-53, 060031 Bucharest, Romania *Corresponding author; E-mail: [email protected] abstraCt The description of two new species of the genus Deuteraphorura Absolon, 1901 from Doftana Valley, Romania is given. Deuteraphorura dianae sp. nov. has the pseudocellar formula dorsally: 32/033/33353 and ventrally: 3/011/3112. Deuteraphorura doftana sp. nov. is char- acterized by its dorsal (33/033/33354) and ventral (3/011/3212) pseudocellar formulae. A proposed key to the all species of Deuteraphorura from the world without pseudocelli on the thoracic tergum I is also presented. Key Words: taxonomy, chaetotaxy, Deuteraphorura dianae sp. nov., D. doftana sp. nov, Doftana Valley resuMen En el presente trabajo se da la descripción de dos nuevas especies del género Deuterapho- rura Absolon, 1901 del Valle de Doftana, Rumanía. Deuteraphorura dianae sp. nov. tiene la siguiente fómula de pseudocelos: dorsalmente 32/033/33353 y ventralmente 3/011/3112. Deuteraphorura doftana sp. nov. tiene la fórmula de pseudocelos dorsal 33/033/33354 y ventral 3/011/3212. Se presenta la clave de todas las especies de Deuteraphorura del mundo sin pseudocelos en el terguito torácico I. Palabras Clave: taxonomía, quetotaxia, Deuteraphorura dianae sp. nov., D. doftana sp. nov., Valle de Doftana The genus Deuteraphorura Absolon, 1901 is the second largest after Protaphorura within the family Onychiuridae (Bellinger et al. 1996-2013) and includes 78 species in the world (Jordana et al. 2012; Dallai & Fanciulli 2009). The genus is characterized by the shape of the postantennal organ with numerous (11

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