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Selected Bibliography.

Bagnall, R. S., 1935. The British Tullberginae Pt. I. Ent. Month. Mag., LXXI, p. 164–173.

—– 1936. The British Tullberginae, Pt. II. Ent. Month. Mag., LXXII, p. 34–40.

—– 1941. Notes on British Collembola. Ent. Month. Mag., LXXVII, p. 217–226.

Carpenter, G. H., 1909. On Some Subantarctic Collembola. The Subantaratic Islands of New Zealand, vol. I, p. 377–383.

Folsom, J. W. 1916. North American Collembolan Insects of the Sub-families Achorutinae, Neanurinae, and Podurinae. Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus., 50. p 477–525.

—– 1917. North American Insects of the Sub-family Onychiurinae. Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus., 53, p. 637–659.

Salmon, J. T., 1941. The Collembolan Fauna of New Zealand, including a Discussion of its Distribution and Affinities. Trans. Roy. Soc. N.Z., 70 (4) p. 282–431.

—– 1942. New Genera and Species of New Zealand Collembola. Rec. Dom. Mus., I, No. 1, p. 55–60.

Womersley, H., 1937. Collembola. B.A.N.Z.A.R. Exped. Reports, Ser. B. (1), 4 p. 1–7.

—– 1939. Primitive Insects of South Australia.

—– 1942. New Genera Species and Records of Collembola from Australia. New Zealand, and New Guinea. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Austr., 56 (1), p. 23–31.

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Figs. 1–5.—Triacanthella purpurea sp. nov. Fig. 1.—Anal spines. Fig. 2.—Ocell and postantennal organ. Fig. 3.—Apex of Ant. IV. Fig. 4.—Foot. Fig. 5.—Mucro and apex of dens.
Figs. 6–11.—Triacanthella terrasilatica sp. nov. Fig. 6.—Foot. Fig. 7.—Ocelli and postantennal organ. Fig. 8.—Mucro and apex of dens (side view). Fig. 9.—Mucro and apex of dens (ventral view). Fig. 10.—Sensory organ Ant. III. Fig. 11.—Serrated seta from body. ±To face page 388]
Figs. 12–21.—Achorutes titahiensis sp. nov. Fig. 12.—Apex of Ant. IV. Fig. 13.—Sensory organ on Ant. III. Fig. 14.—Tenaculum. Fig. 15.—Foot (side view). Fig. 16.—Foot (back view). Fig. 17.—Normal mucro. Fig. 18.—Mucro—variation. Fig. 19.—Ocelli and postantennal organ. Fig. 20.—Anal spines from above. Fig. 21.—Anal spines from side.

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Figs. 22–27.—Clavaphorura septemseta sp. nov. Fig. 22.—Whole insect × 45—to show pseudocelli. Fig. 23.—Foot. Fig. 24.—Sensory organ of Ant. III. Fig. 25.—Apex of Ant. IV. Fig. 26.—Postantennal organ. Fig. 27.—Pseudocellus.
Figs. 28–29.—Cryptopygus terrigenus sp. nov. Fig. 28.—Anterior ocelli and postantennal organ. Fig. 29.—Dens and mucro.
Figs. 30–33.—Folsomia parasitica sp. nov. Fig. 30.—Sensory organ of Ant. III. Fig. 31.—Mucro. Fig. 32.—Postantennal organ. Fig. 33.—Foot.
Fig. 34.—Acanthomurus alpinus subspec. obscuatus nov. Whole insect × 20.
Figs. 35–39.—Parisotoma sindentata sp. nov. Fig. 35.—Foot. Fig. 36.—Apex of Ant. IV. Fig. 37.—Mucro and apex of dens. Fig. 38.—Whole insect × 30. Fig. 39.—Ocelli and postantennal organ.
Figs. 40–43.—Parisotoma quinquedentata sp. nov. Fig. 40.—Foot. Fig. 41.—Apex of Ant. IV. Fig. 42.—Mucro and apex of dens. Fig. 43.—Ocelli and postantennal organ.

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Figs. 44–47.—Deuterosinella fusca sp. nov. Fig. 44.—Tibiotarsus to show simple setae. Fig. 45.—Foot. Fig. 46.—Ocelli. Fig. 47.—Mucro and apex of dens.
Figs. 48–51.—Lepidophorella nigra sp. nov. Fig. 48.—Whole insect × 16. Fig. 49.—Apex of Ant. IV. Fig. 50.—Foot. Fig. 51.—Mucro and apex of dens.
Figs. 52–55.—Entomobrya exfoliata sp. nov. Fig. 52.—Foot. Fig. 53.—Mucro and apex of dens. Fig. 54.—Whole insect × 20. Fig. 55.—Ocelli. ±To follow plate 41]
Figs. 56–58.—Pseudentomobrya intercoloata sp. nov. Fig. 56.—Whole insect × 36. Fig. 57.—Foot. Fig. 58.—Mucro and apex of dens.
Figs. 59–61.—Cryptopygus granulatus sp. nov. Fig. 59.—Anterior ocelli and postantennal organ. Fig. 60.—Dens and mucro. Fig. 61.—Foot.