Pseudochthonius ramalho sp. nov. female paratype scanning electron images A detail on the right chelicera of serrula exterior and rallum B detail on the right pedipalp trichobothrium isb and ib, lateral C left pedipalp D detail on the left pedipalp teeth. (Images: L. B. R. Fernandes).

  Part of: Assis L, von Schimonsky DM, Bichuette ME (2021) The first troglobitic Pseudochthonius Balzan, 1892 (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae) from the karst area of Serra do Ramalho, Brazil: a threatened species. Subterranean Biology 40: 109-128.