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The Gondwanaland Weta: Family Anostostomatidae (Formerly in Stenopelmatidae, Henicidae or Mimnermidae): Nomenclatural Problems, World Checklist, New Genera and Species
P. M. Johns
Journal of Orthoptera Research
No. 6 (Nov., 1997), pp. 125-138
Published by: Orthopterists' Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3503546
Page Count: 14
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The ensiferan family Anostostomatidae, formerly included in the Stenopelmatidae, or called the Henicidae or Mimnermidae is diagnosed and a world checklist of species is presented. Some longstanding nomenclatural problems are resolved through examination of most of the types and many new synonyms at the generic and species levels are presented. Two new monospecific genera are eastablished for species in Australia and New Zealand: Transaevum laudatum and Motuweta isolata
Journal of Orthoptera Research © 1997 Orthopterists' Society