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Peer-Review Article


Occurrences of Allonemobius griseus and Psinidia fenestralis in Ohio are pub- lished for the first time. Apparent restriction of these species to the sand deposits of northwestern Ohio, their localized distribution in scattered, non-contiguous blow- outs, and habitat loss presently occurring from residential and commercial development nearby, are justifications provided for the formal state listing and conservation of these Orthoptera in Ohio.

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Entomology Commons



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