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Peer-Review Article



This paper is comprised of the description of a new species of Neelides Caroli (1912) recovered from moss. It becomes only the third described species of the genus. Specimens were recovered by a sugar flotation-centrifugation method (Jenkins, 1964), mounted, and characterized with the aid of a camera lucida. The holotype, some paratypes, and five specimens in 95% ethyl alcohol will be deposited in the Entomology Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 48824.

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