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Curcic S.,University of Belgrade | Pesic V.,University of Montenegro | Curcic B.P.M.,University of Belgrade | Curcic N.,Serbian Academy of Science and Arts | Rada T.,Spiljar Speleological Society
Archives of Biological Sciences | Year: 2012

A new leptodirine leiodid beetle species, Parapropus vitorogensis sp. n., from a cave in the western part of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is described and diagnosed. Both male and female genitalia and other taxonomically important characters are illustrated. The new species is clearly distinct from its closest congeners. The new taxon is of Tertiary or even pre-Tertiary age and originated during the Alpine Orogeny that affected vast areas of the Balkan Peninsula, including the Dinarides, its terra typica. The new species is both endemic and relict, inhabiting western Bosnia and Herzegovina only. Source


Curcic B.P.M.,University of Belgrade | Radja T.,Spiljar Speleological Society | Curcic S.B.,University of Belgrade | Curcic N.B.,Serbian Academy of Science and Arts
Archives of Biological Sciences | Year: 2010

Three new species of the pseudoscorpion genus Roncus L. Koch (Neobisiidae) are described from Croatia (from nr. Omiš, Dalmatia: R. almissae n. sp.) and Serbia (near the town of Krupanj, north-western Serbia, Lukića Pećina Cave and nr. Izvor: R. krupanjensis n. sp., and R. radji n. sp.), and their diagnostic characteristics are illustrated. Their interrelations with phenetically close congeners are analyzed; in addition, the presence/absence of microsetae proximal to the trichobothria eb and esb is established as an important taxonomic characteristic. Source


Curcic B.P.M.,University of Belgrade | Radja T.,Spiljar Speleological Society | Dimitrijevic R.N.,University of Belgrade | Curcic S.B.,University of Belgrade | Milincic M.,University of Belgrade
Archives of Biological Sciences | Year: 2010

A new endemic and relict species of the genus Neobisium Chamberlin, N. mirkaci n. sp., from the Majhahlje Pit, Ćićarija (Istria), Croatia, has been described. From its phenetically close congeners, N. spelaeum Schiødte and N. stygium Beier, it is distinguished in many important respects. This new taxon is illustrated, diagnosed, and thoroughly described. Source


Makarov S.E.,University of Belgrade | Curcic B.P.M.,University of Belgrade | Tomic V.T.,University of Belgrade | Rada T.,Spiljar Speleological Society | And 4 more authors.
Zootaxa | Year: 2011

A new genus is established for a new diplopod species from Croatia: Massarilatzelia dugopoljica n. gen, n. sp., which is described, thoroughly illustrated, and diagnosed. Two subspecies of the genus Heterolatzelia Verhoeff, 1897, H. nivalis rupivaga Verhoeff, 1899, and H. nivalis absoloni Attems, 1951 are synonymized and attributed to H. nivalis Verhoeff, 1897. Analysis of postembryonic development showed that in the representatives of the family Heterolatzeliidae the type of anamorphosis is teloanamorphosis. A key to genera and species of the family is presented, as well as an account of their geographic distribution. Source


Curcic B.P.M.,University of Belgrade | Dimitrijevic R.N.,University of Belgrade | Radja T.,Spiljar Speleological Society | Curcic N.B.,Serbian Academy of Science and Arts | Milincic M.,University of Belgrade
Archives of Biological Sciences | Year: 2010

A new epigean pseudoscorpion, Chthonius (Chthonius) onaei n. sp. is erected from Podašpilje, nr. Omiš, Mt. Omiška Dinara, Dalmatia, Croatia. Its interrelations with two close congeners, Chthonius (C.) litoralis Hadži, 1933 and Chthonius (C.) dalmatinus Hadži, 1930 are briefly discussed. Source

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