Campodeoidea

Campodea staphylinus, copyright Michel Vuijlsteke.

Belongs within: Diplura.

The Campodeoidea are a group of diplurans with filiform cerci and lacking abdominal spiracles (Ferguson 1990).

Characters (from Ferguson 1990): Trichobothria present, beginning on antennal segment 3; mandible with lacinia mobilis (prostheca); maxilla without palpus, lacinia without pectens; urosternite 1 without styli, with one pair of subcoxal appendages; styli present on urosternites 2–7, with several distinctly developed setae; abdominal spiracles absent; cerci multisegmented, filiform, long or short, without inner canal, closed at apex; anal valvules well developed.

<==Campodeoidea [Campodeida, Campodeomorpha] F90
    |–Procampodea [Procampodeidae] F90
    |    `–P. macswaini Condé & Pagés 1956 F90
    `–Campodeidae F05
         |  i. s.: Plusiocampa F05
         |           |–P. baetica Sendra 2004 F05
         |           `–P. bonneti F05
         |                |–P. b. bonneti F05
         |                `–P. b. condei Sendra & Escolà 2004 F05
         |–Lepidocampinae F90
         |    |–Syncampa Silvestri 1931 F90
         |    `–Lepidocampa Oudemans 1890 F90
         |         `–L. weberi Oudemans 1890 F90
         |–Hemicampinae F90
         |    |–Tritocampa Silvestri 1933 F90
         |    `–Hemicampa Silvestri 1912 F90
         |         `–H. boudreauxi Condé & Geeraert 1962 F90
         `–Campodeinae CP91
              |–Eutrichocampa hispanica Silvestri 1932 F90
              |–Haplocampa Silvestri 1912 F90
              |–Podocampa Silvestri 1932 [incl. Parallocampa Silvestri 1933] F90
              |–Meiocampa Silvestri 1933 F90
              |–Eumesocampa Silvestri 1933 F90
              |    |–E. danielsi Silvestri 1933 F90
              |    |–E. frigillis (Hilton 1936) F90
              |    `–E. lutzi Silvestri 1933 F90
              |–Campodella Silvestri 1913 CP91, W39
              |    |–*C. clavigera CP91
              |    |–C. milloti CP91
              |    `–C. tiegsi Womersley 1939 W39
              |–Notocampa Silvestri 1930 CP91, W39
              |    |–*N. leae (Silvestri 1931) [=Metriocampa (*Notocampa) leae] W39
              |    |–N. philpotti (Tillyard 1924) [=Campodea philpotti, Metriocampa (Notocampa) philpotti] W39
              |    `–N. westraliense (Wom. 1937) [=Metriocampa (Notocampa) westraliense] W39
              |–Litocampa Silvestri 1933 F90
              |    |  i. s.: L. cookei F90
              |    `–L. (Cocytocampa Paclt 1957) F90
              |         |–L. (C.) perkinsi (Silvestri 1934) F90
              |         `–L. (C.) solomonis Bareth & Condé 1972 F90
              |–Metriocampa Silvestri 1911 F90
              |    |–M. (Austrocampa Wom. 1937) W39
              |    |    `–M. (A.) spinigera Wom. 1937 W39
              |    |         |–M. s. spinigera CP91
              |    |         `–M. s. victoriense Wom. 1937 CP91, W39
              |    `–M. (Tricampa Silvestri 1933) F90
              |         `–M. (T.) paradoxa CP91
              `–Campodea Westwood 1842 F90
                   |  i. s.: C. darwinii RJ93
                   |         C. lubbocki WS10
                   |         C. remyi F90
                   |         C. staphylinus P92
                   |         C. waterhousei Wom. 1937 W39
                   |–C. (Campodea) F05
                   |    |–C. (C.) cossetana Sendra & Escolà 2004 F05
                   |    |–C. (C.) fragilis Meinert 1865 CP91, W39
                   |    |–C. (C.) maestrazgoensis Sendra & Escolà 2004 F05
                   |    |–C. (C.) majorica F05
                   |    |    |–C. m. majorica F05
                   |    |    `–C. m. valentina Sendra & Moreno 2004 F05
                   |    `–C. (C.) navasi Sendra & Moreno 2004 F05
                   |–C. (Dicampa Silvestri 1932) F90
                   |    `–C. (D.) escalerai Silvestri 1932 F90
                   |–C. (Hypercampa Silvestri 1933) F90
                   |    `–C. (H.) essigi Silvestri 1933 F90
                   |–C. (Indocampa) CP91
                   |    |–C. (I.) froggattii Silvestri 1921 CP91, W39
                   |    |–C. (I.) novaecaledoniae CP91
                   |    `–C. (I.) tillyardii Silvestri 1931 CP91, W39
                   `–C. (Monocampa Silvestri 1932) F90
                        |–C. (M.) morgani Silvestri 1911 F90
                        `–C. (M.) tonnoiri Wom. 1937 CP91, W39

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[CP91] Condé, B., & J. Pagés. 1991. Diplura. In: CSIRO. The Insects of Australia: A textbook for students and research workers 2nd ed. vol. 1 pp. 269–271. Melbourne University Press: Carlton (Victoria).

[F90] Ferguson, L. M. 1990. Insecta: Diplura. In: Dindal, D. L. (ed.) Soil Biology Guide pp. 951–963. John Wiley & Sones: New York.

[F05] Fernández, J. 2005. Noticia de nuevos táxones para la ciencia en el ámbito Íbero-Balear y Macaronésico. Nuevos táxones animales descritos en la península Ibérica y Macaronesia desde 1994 (IX). Graellsia 61 (2): 261–282.

[P92] Poinar, G. O., Jr. 1992. Life in Amber. Stanford University Press: Stanford.

[RJ93] Ross, A. J., & E. A. Jarzembowski. 1993. Arthropoda (Hexapoda; Insecta). In: Benton, M. J. (ed.) The Fossil Record 2 pp. 363–426. Chapman & Hall: London.

[WS10] Wang, M., S. Sun, C. Li & X. Shen. 2010. Distinctive mitochondrial genome of the calanoid copepod Calanus sinicus, a useful molecular marker for phylogenetic and population studies. In: China-Russia Bilateral Symposium: Proceedings of the China-Russia Bilateral Symposium of “Comparison on Marine Biodiversity in the Northwest Pacific Ocean”, 10–11 October 2010, Qingdao (China) pp. 187–192. Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; A. V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

[W39] Womersley, H. 1939. Primitive Insects of South Australia: Silverfish, springtails, and their allies. South Australian Branch of the British Science Guild: Adelaide.

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