Anurophorinae

Babenko, Anatoly, 2017, New or little-known taxa of Anurophorinae (Collembola) with anal spines from East Asia with notes on DNA barcode, Zootaxa 4318 (2), pp. 312-324: 321

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4318.2.5

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Anurophorinae
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Key to world genera of Anurophorinae  with anal spines

1 Abd. IV and V fused.................................... Pseudofolsomia Martynova, 1967  (eastern areas of Europe)

- Abd. IV and V separated.............................................................................. 2

2 Eyes and pigment absent............................................................................... 3

- Eyes and pigment present.............................................................................. 6

3 Furca present.................................................................................................. Isotomodes Linnaniemi, 1907  (worldwide; part: I. armatus Naglitsch, 1962  , I. subarmatus Jordana & Arbea, 1990  )

- Furca absent......................................................................................... 4

4 Two anal spines on each Abd. V and VI........................................... Yosiiella Hüther, 1967  ( Brazil) 

- Two or four anal spines on Abd. V, no spines on Abd. VI..................................................... 5

5 All age stages with two anal spines on Abd. V. ................. Martynovella Deharveng, 1978 (Middle Asia, Norway *) 

- Abd. V with four anal spines in adults and subadults ( Fig. 25View FIGURES 20 – 25), and with two anal spines in juveniles of younger age instars............................................... Dimorphocanthella Potapov, Bu, Huang, Gao & Luan, 2010 ( China) 

6 Abd. V with two anal spines, Abd. IV with medial conical protuberance..................................................................................................... Sahacanthella Potapov & Stebaeva, 1993 ( East Asia) 

- With more anal spines or medial conical protuberance absent................................................. 7

7 Anterior setae on manubrium present..................................................................... 8

- Anterior setae on manubrium absent or furca entirely absent................................................... 9

8 Integument smooth. Manubrium with 2+2 or more anterior setae.......................... Appendisotoma Stach, 1947  (Holarctic; part of North American species, ecomorphic forms)

- Integument reticulate. Manubrium with 1+1 anterior setae...... Weberacantha Christiansen, 1951  (Holarctic; part: W. octa  )

9 With two anal spines at the end of abdomen, unguiculus absent....................... Uzelia Absolon, 1901  (Holarctic) - With four or more anal spines at the end of abdomen, unguiculus present........................................ 10 10 Eight to nine anal spines on abdomen................................................................... 11 - Four to six anal spines on abdomen..................................................................... 12 11 Furca absent......................................................... Tiancanthella Rusek, 1979 (Middle Asia) - Furca present................................................... Octodonthophora Tshelnokov, 1990 (NE Asia) 12 Four anal spines on Abd. V–VI......................................................................... 13 - Five to six anal spines on Abd. IV–VI................................................................... 15 13 Microsetae between anteriomedial macrosetae (Md) on Abd. V absent ( Fig. 24View FIGURES 20 – 25).....................................