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Checklist of the Dermaptera: Nomina Dermaptera Belgica, iteratio 1

Rietje Weiss, Prinsendreef 6-1, Kapellen, B-2950, Belgium
Frans Janssens, Department of Biology, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, B-2020, Belgium

Abstract

A provisional edition of the checklist of Dermaptera from Belgium based on a literature survey is provided. The list includes the references to the original and several subsequent quotations for all species from our country and a link to their distribution maps on a 10*10 km UTM grid. Missing maps will be provided as soon as possible.

Samenvatting

Deze voorlopige uitgave van de naamlijst van de Dermaptera van België is gebaseerd op literatuur onderzoek. De lijst omvat de referenties naar de originele en latere vermeldingen voor alle soorten van ons land en koppelingen naar 10*10 UTM verspreidingskaarten.

Résumé Une édition provisoire de la liste des Dermaptera de Belgique basée sur la littérature est fournie. Cette liste inclut les références aux citations originales et à certaines citations subséquentes des espèces de notre pays ainsi qu'un lien à leurs cartes de distribution sur un quadrillage UTM 10*10 km.

Keywords: Dermaptera, checklist, distribution maps, Belgium

Preamble

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Contineously being revised.

Systematic species list

A provisional edition of the checklist of Dermaptera from Belgium based on a literature survey is provided. The list includes the references to the original and several subsequent quotations for all species from our country and a link to their distribution maps on a 10*10 km UTM grid. The checklist is a systematic list of valid taxon names with reference to the original authority, followed by the revision authority, if applicable. Each name follows the original orthography and mentions the original genus. The valid taxon names are ordered phylogenetically up to the rank of genus. The species valid names are ordered alphabethically within each genus. However, the references to the unidentified species are listed first. In each species, the references to the quotations are ordered chronologically, according to the traditional presentation of zoological catalogs (i.e. the name in this original spelling and combination; the cases of original invalid use of homonyms or incorrect spellings are indicated respectively by nec and sic). Synonyms, homonyms (cf. 'nec'), incorrect spellings (cf. 'sic') are ordered chronologically for each species. Whenever the original publication was verified, the page reference is mentioned following the publication date. (cf. 'yyyy:pp'; e.g. '1902:8'). In case the genus was not explicitly mentioned in the referenced publication, it is indicated by '...'. Publication dates are not always mentioned in such case.

Abbreviations used in the species list
 ?tentative species determination
 cfconfer species
 eerroneous species determination
 grgroup species
 hhomonym
 iosincorrect original spelling
 issincorrect subsequent spelling
 spundefined species

A preliminary distribution map is provided for each species. The maps record the presence of all species in a 10 x 10 km UTM grid. Records published before 1950 are indicated with open symbols, records published after 1950 are indicated with solid symbols.
The maps are produced with the mapping module of the modular software package Inventar 1.3, intended to keep track of data collected by nature monitoring projects and data of collections of natural objects. Inventar is developed by Jan de Boer and it is distributed by Mistletoe Information, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
Click on the species name to open the associated species distribution map. Note that the available distribution data is rather sparse for most species and that several records can be added still.

Classis Insecta Linnæus, 1758

Ordo Dermaptera

Familia Labiidae

Genus Labia Leach, 1815

Species minor Linnaeus, 1758

Familia Forficulidae

Genus Forficula Linnaeus, 1758

Species auricularia Linnaeus, 1758

Discussion

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Acknowledgements

The senior author would like to thank her husband Clemens van den Brink for his support.

Appendix

Loci Dermaptera Belgica.

References