Karyotype study on pseudoscorpions of the genus Lasiochernes Beier (Pseudoscorpiones, Chernetidae)
Karyotypes of the genus Lasiochernes (Pseudoscorpiones, Chernetidae) are studied for the first time. The diploid chromosome numbers of males were found to be 2n=61 in L. pilosus, 2n=69 in L. siculus and 2n=73 in L. cretonatus. Karyotypes of all species mainly consist of biarmed chromosomes; the sex chromosome system is X0. Remarkably, the X chromosome displays partial (L. cretonatus), or even total (L. pilosus), negative heteropycnosis during the spermatogonial metaphase.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2005
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