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ATELOCERATA (Subphylum) HEXAPODA (Class) Insects & Related Orders Collembola (Order) Springtails CG 10 Le; Lo INSECTA (Subclass) Insects
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MJTN Timmermans*, D Roelofs, J Mariën and NM van Straalen Address: Department of Animal Ecology, the Atelocerata concept held that hexapods and myria-
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ATELOCERATA (Subphylum) HEXAPODA Aquatic insects of Wisconsin: keys to Wisconsin genera and notes on biology, habitat, distribution, and species.
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insects (the appendage of the first is lost in Atelocerata and represented by the second antenna of crustaceans). The mandibles of crustaceans and insects are thus
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Atelocerata or Tracheata (54). The Atelo-cerata hypothesis has been seriously chal- early axonal pathways in the centipede, Ethmostigmus rubripes (Brandt).
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Infraphylum: Atelocerata or Tracheata United by the following characteristics: Loss of 2nd antennal pair Presence of tentorium (internal head skeleton)
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Crustacea, Atelocerata, Myriapoda, and Hexapoda. Com-phyletic group. Reviews of major competing hypothe-ses for the relationships between chelicerates,
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Ecdysozoan phylogeny and Bayesian inference: ﬁrst use of Atelocerata, Schizoramia, Maxillopoda and Cycloneuralia, are inconsistent with these rRNA data.
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base of the Atelocerata (if one promotes the Atelocerata hypothesis over the competing Pancrustacea) or at the ori-gin of the hexapods?