Chelifer cancroides (Linnaeus, 1758), Linnaeus, 1758

Mahnert, Volker, Iorio, Osvaldo Di, Turienzo, Paola & Porta, Andres, 2011, Pseudoscorpions (Arachnida) from Argentina. New records of distributions and habitats, corrections and an identification key, Zootaxa 2881, pp. 1-30: 12

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Chelifer cancroides (Linnaeus, 1758)


Chelifer cancroides (Linnaeus, 1758)  

TIERRA DEL FUEGO: Cabo de Hornos ( Ellingsen 1905 a; Ceballos & Rosso de Ferradás 2008 a).

Further distribution. This Palaearctic species is synanthropic, and has been spread worldwide by human activity (see Harvey 2009). Its occurrence in Chile, south Argentina   and Brazil may be considered as the result of introductions, probably during colonial times. This species has not been recorded from Argentina   since Ellingsen (1905).

Unidentified sp.

Cheliferidae   : Ceballos 2008 b.

CÓRDOBA: “Sierras de Córdoba” (Ceballos 2008 b).