Chelifer


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Noun1.Chelifer - a genus of Chelonethida
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
book scorpion, Chelifer cancroides - minute arachnid sometimes found in old papers
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One of the guilds that best represents this is the guild of large predatory species, where species such as Neoponera verenae and Odontomachus erythrocephalus complement the predatory role in soils of shaded coffee plantations; in contrast, Ectatomma ruidum and Odontomachus chelifer are most abundant in soils of exposed coffee plantations.
2 Odontomachus affinis Guerin-Meneville, 1844 Odontomachus chelifer (Latreille, 1802) 0,04 Odontomachus sp.
Vachon (1940) quotes: Waterhouse 1878, Hagen1879 and Ihering 1893, who recorded a Chelifer sp.
The first pseudoscorpion reported from Iran, Chelifer spinipalpis Redikorezev, 1918, now placed in the genus Strobilochelifer, was described from Bazman, Southeastern Iran [10].
Odontomachus chelifer (Latreille) (Ponerinae) workers were observed and collected under the host plants from which L.
1 0 0 Odontomachus chelifer 2 1 4 (Latreille, 1802) Pachycondyla arhuaca 8 3 0 (Forel, 1901) Pachycondyla becculata 1 0 0 (Mackay and Mackay 2010) Pachycondyla fauveli 3 0 0 (Emery, 1896) Pachycondyla ferruginea 2 0 0 ferruginea (Smith F,1858) Pachycondyla ferruginea 2 2 0 panamensis (Forel, 1899) Pachycondyla impressa 5 3 1 (Roger, 1861) Proceratinae Discothyrea sexarticulata 1 1 0 (Borgmeier, 1954) Discothvrea sp.
7 2 -- -- Odontomachus chelifer (Latreille, 1802) 44 2 2 Pachycondyla crenata (Roger, 1861) 1 -- -- Pachycondyla harpax (Fabricius, 1804) 13 _ 14 Pachycondyla striata Fr.
364), as Chelifer observes, but the reader is left to conclude that since Calamy's response to the Alps is so unashamedly derivative, it is highly unlikely that he possesses the mental wherewithal to 'arrive at an explanation of the chocolate and the lemon by the vanilla', as he puts it after appropriating Mary Thriplow's Neapolitan cake analogy.
A subfamilia Ponerinae, apresentou duas especies, sendo elas, Odontomachus chelifer (Latreille, 1802) e Hypoponera sp.l (Tabela 1).