Literature

General information on Diplura is given by Wallwork (1970) and Conde and Pages (1991). Most North American species can be identified from Smith (1960), the British species from Delany (1954), and the Australian families from Conde and Pages (1991).

Conde, B., and Pages, J., 1991, Diplura, in: The Insects of Australia, 2nd ed., Vol. I (CSIRO, ed.), Melbourne

University Press, Carlton, Victoria. Delany, M. J., 1954, Thysanura and Diplura, R. Entomol. Soc. Handb. Ident. Br. Insects 1(2):1-7. Paclt, J.,1957, Diplura, Genera Insect. 212:1-123.

Smith, L. M., 1960, The family Projapygidae and Anajapygidae (Diplura) in North America, Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 53:575-583.

Wallwork, J. A., 1970, Ecology of Soil Animals, McGraw-Hill, New York.

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