Distinctive collembola communities in the mesovoid shallow substratum: Entomobryomorpha of the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park (Central Spain)
The material for this study was obtained after intensive sampling in the colluvial mesovoid shallow substratum, or MSS, of the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park using 33 subterranean sampling devices (SSD). The data were obtained from the first extraction of the traps between May and October of 2015. This paper presents the results for the Entomobryomorpha Borner, 1913, which was part of the Collembola captured. Four Families and 12 genera have been studied: Isotomidae Schaffer, 1896 (Folsomia Willem, 1902, Tetracanthella Schott, 1891, Uzelia Absolon, 1901, Folsomides Stach, 1922, Isotomurus Borner, 1903, Parisotoma Bagnall, 1940, Pseueksoloma Handschin, 1924 and Pachyotoma Bagnall, 1949), Orchesellidae Borner, 1906 (Orchesella Templeton, 1835 and Heteromurus Wankel, 1860), Entomobryidae Schaffer, 1896 (Entomobrya Rondani, 1861) and Lepidocyrtidae Wahlgren, 1906 (Lepidocyrtus Bourlet, 1839 and Pseudosinella Schaffer, 1897). The species of Orchesella were studied in a previous paper (Baquero et al. 2017). The richness of the habitat sampled is defined by twenty-one species, eight of which are new: Pachyotoma penalarensis Baquero & Jordana n. sp., Entomobrya guadarramensis Jordana & Baquero n. sp., Entomobrya ledesmai Jordana & Baquero n. sp., Leptdocyrtus labyrinthi Baquero & Jordana n. sp., Lepidocyrtus paralignorum Baquero & Jordana n. sp., Lepidocyrtus purgatori Baquero & Jordana n. sp., Pseudosinella valverdei Baquero & Jordana n. sp. and Pseudosinella gonzaloi Baquero & Jordana n. sp. Entomobrya intermedia Brook, 1884 (England) is discussed and a new name Entomobrya katzi Jordana & Baquero n. sp. is proposed for F,. intermedia sensu Katz et al. (2015) based on the American specimens.