Huiming Chen

Huiming Chen
Independent Researcher · Guizhou Institute of Biology

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Two new species of the millipede genus Glyphiulus Gervais, 1847 are described from southern China: Glyphiulus fortis sp. nov. and Glyphiulus hainanensis sp. nov. Glyphiulus fortis sp. nov. is cavernicolous, vs. G. hainanensis sp. nov. which was collected from an epigean environment. Both of them belong to the G. javanicus-group. Additionally, DNA b...
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We describe Scolopocryptops longipes sp. nov., a new troglobitic scolopocryptopine centipede species from a karstic area in southern China. The species was found in Shuiba Cave of Libo County, Guizhou Province. The cephalic plate wider than long, with complete margination along the lateral margin of cephalic plate; TT6–19 with complete paramedian s...
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The male of Glyphiulus formosus (Pocock, 1895) is described for the first time based on specimens collected from Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. According to the male sexual characters, this species is verified to be a member of the G. javanicus group. In addition, a DNA barcode of the partial COI gene of G. formosus is provided.
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Two new troglomorphic pseudoscorpion species, Tyrannochthonius harveyi, sp. nov. and Tyrannochthonius zhai, sp. nov., are described from the dark zone of caves in the tower karst of the Guizhou Province in China. Both species are presently known only from single caves and are likely to have very restricted distribution ranges.
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This paper describes eight new cave-dwelling species of the genus Tachycines from Guizhou, Hunan, Guangxi and Sichuan, i.e. Tachycines (Gymnaeta) liboensis sp. nov., Tachycines (Gymnaeta) bifolius sp. nov., Tachycines (Gymnaeta) tuberus sp. nov., Tachycines (Gymnaeta) paradoxus sp. nov., Tachycines (Gymnaeta) umbellus sp. nov., Tachycines (Gymnaeta...
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Fossil records of the ancient and less studied millipede order Siphonophorida are rare and only known from Oligocene-Miocene Dominican amber to date. Here, we describe a Mesozoic species of this order, Siphonophora hui sp. nov., based on two well-preserved specimens from mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber. The new species can be placed in the family Siph...
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Seventeen Coelotine spider species were collected from the Fanjing Mountain Nature Reserve, including six new species: Coelotes cristiformis sp. nov., C. fanjingensis Zhang, Zhu & Wang, 2017, C. serpentinus sp. nov., Draconarius parallelus Liu & Li, 2009, D. paralleloides sp. nov., D. pinguis sp. nov., D. terebratus Coelotes fanjingensis is describ...
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Australobiustracheoperspicuussp. n. (Lithobiomorpha: Lithobiidae) was recently discovered from the Cave of the brickyard of Gaofeng village, in the Guizhou Province, southwest China, and it is described here. Morphologically the new species is similar to A.magnus (Trozina>, 1894) from north-western China. The new species can be easily distinguished...
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Totally fourteen species of Clubionidae are reported from the Fanjing Mountain Nature Reserve in this paper, including six species as new to science, namely, Clubiona corrugata Bösenberg & Strand, 1906 (♂♀), C. dichotoma Wang, Chen & Zhang ZS, sp. nov. (♂♀), C. fanjingshan Wang, Chen & Zhang ZS, sp. nov. (♂), C. globosa Wang, Chen & Zhang ZS, sp. n...
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Hitherto, 24 species of the Glyphiulus javanicus group have been recorded, all endemic to Southeast Asia, including 14 in China. Nevertheless, this species group needs further exploration. In this context, four new species of this group are described, all collected from limestone caves in Southern China: G. calceussp. n. , G. foetidussp. n. , G. gu...
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Two new Chinese species of the millipede genus Glyphiulus Gervais, 1847, Glyphiulus latus sp. nov. and Glyphiulus liangshanensis sp. nov., from three caves in Sichuan Province are described. According to the structure of the first male leg pair, the new species belong to the javanicus-group.
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Spiders of the subfamily Coelotinae prefer moist and dark places, such as cliffs, logs, stones, bark, leaf litter, corners, holes and crevices of buildings as well as caves (Wang 2002). As for species inhabiting caves, the majority are troglophilic and trogloxenic, but few ones being troglobitic (Liu & Li 2009). Five cave-dwelling eyeless members h...
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Two new pseudoscorpion species of Bisetocreagris Ćurčić, 1983, B. guangshanensis sp. nov. and B. gracilenta sp. nov., belonging to the family Neobisiidae, are described based on specimens collected in karst caves in Guizhou Province, China. Detailed diagnosis, descriptions, and illustrations are presented.
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Seven new spider species of the genus Phrurolithus C. L. Koch, 1839 are reported from China: P. celatus sp. nov. (♀♂), P. lasiolepis sp. nov. (♀♂), P. longus sp. nov. (♀♂), P. subannulus sp. nov. (♀♂), P. taoyuan sp. nov. (♀♂), P. validus sp. nov. (♀♂) and P. subnigerus sp. nov. (♀♂). Morphological illustrations, photos and descriptions of all new...
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A new species of the comb-tailed spider genus Hahniα, H zhui sp. nov. is illustrated, photographed and described in detail. This new species was found in Hubei, Guizhou, Chongqing, Sichuan and Shaanxi. It obvious ly belongs to the H. himαla Iρ切is衍-gro up , whi le the new species can be distinguished from othe1 species by the unique shape of tegulum...
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A new Chinese species of the dictynid genus Brommella Tullgren—Brommella digitata sp. nov.—from Fanjing Mountain Nature Reserve of Guizhou Province is photographed, illustrated and described. It can be distinguished from other Brommella species by the complex conductor and finger-like tegular apophysis of the male palp and anteriorly located copula...
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Male and female specimens of six new spider species of the family Phrurolithidae were collected from the Fanjing Mountain Nature Reserve: Otacilia microstoma sp. Nov., O. Songi sp. Nov., O. Subliupan sp. Nov., Phrurolithus anticus sp. Nov., P. Fanjingshan sp. Nov. And P. Zhouyun sp. Nov. Photographs, line drawings and descriptions of all species ar...
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Four new troglophilous Pholcus spiders from Guizhou Province, China, are diagnosed, described and illustrated under the names: Pholcus anlong sp. nov., P. ceheng sp. nov., P. xingren sp. nov. and P.xingyi sp. nov. This is the first report on cave-dwelling Pholcus species from Guizhou Province, China.
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One new species of the genus Okileucauge is described under the name of O. geminuscavum from a cave in Panxian County, Guizhou, southwestern China.
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One new species of the genus Sinopoda is described under the name of Sinopoda mi from a cave in Yanhe Tujia Autonomic County, Guizhou, southwestern China, with a note of its natural history.
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Two new species of Telema are described, from caves in Xinyi City and Cheheng County, Guizhou, southwestern China: T. feilong sp. nov., T. zhewang sp. nov. Male and female genitalia and other taxonomically important characters are illustrated. Some comparisons are made between these species and similar taxa. In addition, some notes on their ecology...
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Four new troglophilous, six-eyed pholcid spiders belonging to the genus Belisana from caves in Shuicheng County, Zhijing County, Xishui County and Yanhe Tujia Autonomiv County, Guizhou, China, are diagnosed, described and illustrated: Belisana douqing sp. nov., B. daji sp. nov., B. xishui sp. nov., and B. yanhe sp. nov.
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Four new troglophilous, six-eyed pholcid spiders belonging to the genus Belisana from caves in Shuicheng County, Zhijing County, Xishui County and Yanhe Tujia Autonomic County, Guizhou, China, are diagnosed, described and illustrated: Belisana douqing sp. nov., B. daji sp. nov., B. xishui sp. nov., and B. yanhe sp. nov..
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FIGURES 1 – 9. B. douqing sp. nov., male holotype and female paratype: 1, male habitus, dorsal view; 2, male habitus, lateral view; 3, male prosoma frontal view; 4, male left palp, prolateral view; 5, male left palp, dorsal view; 6, male left palp, retrolateral view; 7, male left palp trochanter and apophysis, retrolateral view; 8, female genitalia...
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FIGURES 22 – 30. B. xishui sp. nov., male holotype and female paratype: 22, male habitus, dorsal view; 23, male habitus, lateral view; 24, male prosoma frontal view; 25, male left palp, prolateral view; 26, male left palp, dorsal view; 27, male left palp, retrolateral view; 28, male left palp trochanter and apophysis, retrolateral view; 29, female...
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FIGURES 13 – 21. B. daji sp. nov., male holotype and female paratype: 13, male habitus, dorsal view; 14, male habitus, lateral view; 15, male prosoma frontal view; 16, male left palp, prolateral view; 17, male left palp, dorsal view; 18, male left palp, retrolateral view; 19, male left palp trochanter and apophysis, retrolateral view; 20, female ge...
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FIGURES 31 – 38. B. yanhe sp. nov., male holotype and female paratype: 31, male habitus, dorsal view; 32, male habitus, lateral view; 33, male prosoma frontal view; 34, male left palp, prolateral view; 35, male left palp, retrolateral view; 36, male left palp trochanter and apophysis, retrolateral view; 37, female genitalia, ventral view; 38, femal...
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The present paper deals with two new species of the genera Larinia and Cyclosa from China under the names: Larinia fangxiangensis sp. nov. and Cyclosa renaria sp. nov.

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