Hypogastrura (Hypogastrura)

Hypogastrura viatica, copyright Andy Murray.

Belongs within: Hypogastruridae.

The type subgenus of the genus Hypogastrura are springtails with a well-developed unguiculus, short and rounded postantennal organ lobes that do not surround an accessory boss, and lacking an eversible sac between the third and fourth antennal segments.

<==Hypogastrura Bourlet 1839 (Hypogastrura) (see below for synonymy)CB80
    |  i. s.: ‘Achorutes’ hyperborea Boheman 1866 (n. d.)CB80
    |         H. (H.) punctata Coleman 1941 (n. d.)CB80
    |         H. (H.) reticulata Börner 1909CB80
    |         ‘Achorutes’ schneideri Schäffer 1896CB80
    |         ‘Achorutes’ theeli Tullberg 1876CB80
    |--H. viatica groupCB80
    |    |--*H. (H.) viatica (Tullberg 1872) [=Achorutes viaticus, *Neogastrura viatica]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) aequepilosaCB80
    |    |--H. (H.) alta Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) antra Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) boldoriiCB80
    |    |--H. (H.) bulba Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) distincta (Axelson 1902) [=Achorutes distincta]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) gami (Wray 1952) [=Achorutes gami]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) gracilis (Folsom 1899) [=Achorutes gracilis]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) helena Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) humi (Folsom 1916) [=Achorutes humi]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) itaya Kinoshita 1916CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) litoralis (Linnaniemi 1909) [=Achorutes purpurascens var. litoralis]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) perplexa Christiansen & Bellinger 1980 [=Achorutes macgillivrayi Folsom 1916 non Dalla Torre 1895]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) purpurescens (Lubbock 1868)CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) sensilis (Folsom 1919) [=Achorutes sensilis]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) spitsbergensis (Stach 1962)CB80
    |    `--H. (H.) tullbergi (Schäffer 1900) (see below for synonymy)CB80
    |--H. manubrialis groupCB80
    |    |--H. (H.) assimilis (Krausbauer 1898) [=Achorutes assimilis]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) brevispina (Harvey 1893) [=Achorutes brevispina]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) christianseni Yosii 1960CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) devia Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) essa Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) manubrialis (Tullberg 1869)CB80 (see below for synonymy)
    |    |--H. (H.) matura (Folsom 1916) [=Achorutes matura]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) pannosa (Macnamara 1922) [=Achorutes pannosa]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) promatro (Wray 1950) [=Achorutes promatro]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) ripperi Gisin 1952CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) tigrina (Harvey 1900) [=Achorutes tigrina, *Anachorutes tigrina]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) utahensis (Wray 1953) [=Achorutes utahensis]CB80
    |    `--H. (H.) vernalis (Carl 1901) [=Achorutes vernalis]CB80
    |--H. nivicola groupCB80
    |    |--H. (H.) frigidaCB80
    |    |--H. (H.) harveyi (Folsom 1902) [=Achorutes harveyi]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) nivicola (Fitch 1846) (see below for synonymy)CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) notha (Macnamara 1922) [=Achorutes notha]CB80
    |    `--H. (H.) socialis (Uzel 1891) [=Achorutes socialis]CB80
    |--H. packardi groupCB80
    |    |--H. (H.) copiosa (Folsom 1916) [incl. H. gigas Maynard 1951, H. ulmea Maynard 1951]CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) funesta Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) indiana Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) macrotuberculata (Hammer 1953)CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) madera Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    |    |--H. (H.) packardi (Folsom 1902) [=Achorutes packardi; incl. A. dentata Folsom 1902, H. furcata Maynard 1951]CB80
    |    `--H. (H.) sparta Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
    `--H. trybomi groupCB80
         |--H. (H.) ireneae (Wray 1953) [=Achorutes ireneae]CB80
         |--H. (H.) lima Christiansen & Bellinger 1980CB80
         |--H. (H.) maynardi Christiansen & Bellinger 1980 [=H. montana Maynard 1951 non Achorutes montanus Becker 1905]CB80
         |--H. (H.) oregonensis (Yosii 1960) [incl. *Biacanthella neomexicana Scott 1961]CB80
         `--H. (H.) trybomi (Schött 1893) [=Achorutes trybomi]CB80

Hypogastrura Bourlet 1839 (Hypogastrura) [=Neogastrura Stach 1949; incl. Anachorutes Bagnall 1949, Biacanthella Scott 1961, Schoturus MacGillivray 1893]CB80

Hypogastrura (Hypogastrura) manubrialis (Tullberg 1869)CB80 [=Achorutes manubrialisCB80; incl. A. neglectus Börner 1901W39, H. manubrialis var. neglectaW39, A. schoetti Reuter 1895W39]

Hypogastrura (Hypogastrura) nivicola (Fitch 1846) [=Podura nivicola, *Schoturus nivicola; incl. Achorutes diversiceps Lintner 1896]CB80

Hypogastrura (Hypogastrura) tullbergi (Schäffer 1900) [=Achorutes dubius (preoc.); incl. A. tullbergi var. concolor Carpenter 1900, H. tullbergi var. setosa Schött 1923]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. 1. Introduction; general; families Poduridae and Hypogastruridae. Grinnell College: Grinnell (Iowa).

[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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