Literature

Most literature on Protura is taxonomic. Accounts of the biology of this group are given by Ewing (1940), Nosek (1973), and Imidate (1991). Nosek (1973) provides a key to the European species and Nosek (1978) a key to the world genera; Ewing (1940) deals with the North American forms; and Imidate (1991) with the Australian families.

Ewing, H. E., 1940, The Protura of North America, Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 33:495-551. Imidate, G., 1991, Protura, in: The Insects of Australia, 2nd ed., Vol. I (CSIRO, ed.), Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria.

Nosek, J., 1973, The European Protura, Museum d'histoire naturelle, Geneva.

Nosek, J., 1978, Key and diagnosis of Protura genera of the world, Annot. Zool. Bot. Bratislava 122:1-59. Tuxen, S. L., 1964, The Protura. A Revision of the Species of theWorld with Keys for Determination, Hermann, Paris. Yin, W.-Y., 1965, Studies on Chinese Protura. II. A new family of the suborder Eosentomoidea, Acta Entomol.

Sin. 14:186-195. (In Chinese with English summary.) Yin, W.-Y., 1984, A new idea on phylogeny of Protura with approach to its origin and position, Sci. Sin. (B) 27:149-160.

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