Anurophorus laricis, copyright AJC1.

Belongs within: Isotomidae.

Anurophorus is a genus of isotomid springtails completely lacking a furcula or anal spines. The unguis and unguiculus are toothless with the latter often very small (Christiansen & Bellinger 1980).

<==Anurophorus Nicolet 1842CB80
    |  i. s.: A. cuspidatus Stach 1920CB80
    |         A. quadrioculatus Törne 1955CB80
    |         A. subpolaris Salmon 1962W67
    |--A. (Anurophorus)CB80
    |    |--*A. (A.) laricis Nicolet 1842CB80
    |    |--A. (A.) altus Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--A. (A.) bimus Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--A. (A.) scheueri Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--A. (A.) septentrionalis Palissa 1966CB80
    |    `--A. (A.) utahensis (Wray 1958) [=Pseudanurophorus utahensis]CB80
    `--A. (Pseudanurophorus Stach 1922)CB80
         |--*Pseudanurophorus’ boerneri Stach 1922CB80
         |--A. (P.) arcticus (Christiansen 1952)CB80
         `--A. (P.) binoculatus (Kseneman 1934)CB80

*Type species of generic name indicated


[CB80] Christiansen, K., & P. Bellinger. 1980. The Collembola of North America north of the Rio Grande: A taxonomic analysis vol. 2. Families Onychiuridae and Isotomidae. Grinnell College: Grinnell (Iowa).

[W67] Wise, K. A. J. 1967. Collembola (springtails). Antarctic Research Series 10: 123–148.

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