Differentiation and Distribution of the Flea Amalaraeus penicilliger (Grube, 1851) in Western and Central Europe

in Insect Systematics & Evolution
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Abstract

The Microtinae flea Amalaraeus penicilliger is represented by four subspecies in Europe. The differentiating characters of the males are described and their relationships studied. The origin and supposed dispersal in relation to Pleistocene Glaciation and the mammalian host species are discussed. A. p. pyrenaicus ssp.n., the fourth European subspecies, is described.

Differentiation and Distribution of the Flea Amalaraeus penicilliger (Grube, 1851) in Western and Central Europe

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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