Two further Neocaeculus species (Acari: Prostigmata: Caeculidae) from Barrow Island, Western Australia
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Two new species of Neocaeculus (Acari: Caeculidae) are described from Barrow Island, Western Australia: Neocaeculus kinnearae and N. nudonates. Neocaeculus kinnearae is a likely epigean species closely related to N. knoepffleri; N. nudonates is likely to be a sand-burrowing species. Neocaeculus knoepffleri and N. bornemisszai are also recorded from Barrow Island.
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