The Protura: A revision of the species of the world with keys for determination
Szeptycki (2007) uses this category as Order Acerentomata of the Class Protura. Here we have kept Acerentomoidea as suborder of Order Protura to fit our ranking assignments for related groups (e.g., the "entognaths"), though this will soon require an overhaul
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