Two ‘Pseudoscorpions’ Discovered in Grand Canyon Cave

Main report: Two 'Pseudoscorpions' Discovered in Grand Canyon Cave

Scientific Paper: Journal of Arachnology   
New Taxa: Hesperochernes bradybaughi
Species named for: Jeff Bradybaugh, an advocate for cave research and the former superintendent of Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, and Theodore Cohn, an entomologist who identified a new genus of cave cricket and passed away in 2013.
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The newly described species A new species of cave-adapted pseudoscorpion, Hesperochernes bradybaughi, that was discovered in a cave on the northern rim of the Grand Canyon.

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