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Genus Micrisotoma Bellinger * M. achromata Bellinger (Chen & Shin1990: Jilin). Genus Folsomides Stach F. parvulus Stach sensu lato (often as F.americanus Denis, or F.e x i g u u s Folsom, Hubei, Sichuan, Guizhou, Hunan, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jilin). Cosmopolitan species.
* F. agrelli Gisin (Hubei). Northern areas of Europe. It is obviously erroneous record. * F. bisetosa Gisin (Chen & Shin1990: Jilin). Northern areas of Holarctic. It is probably an erroneous record. F. c a n d i d a Willem (Hunan, Hubei, Guangdong, Zhejiang). Widely distributed cosmopolitan species. F. decemoculata Stach (Beijing). Europe. Obviously erroneous record.
F. quadrioculata (Tullberg) (Hebei, Yunnan). Widely distributed in Holarctic. F. re g u l a r i s Hammer (Anhui, Hebei). According to Potapov & Babenko (2000) it is distributed only in the High Arctic of North America and East Palaearctic. The records of this arctic species in China and adjacent countries call for the verification. F. s t e l l a Christiansen et Tucker (Hebei). Described from U.S.A., the distribution is unclear.
P. f r a t e r n a Rusek, 1967 (Guangdong, Shanghai). P. m i n u t a (Tullberg) (Hebei, Jilin; cosmopolitan species). Genus Appendisotoma Stach
* Isotomiella yinae Tamura & Zhao, 2000 (Yunnan). Isotomiella minor (Schäffer) (Guangdong, Guizhou, Hubei, Hunan; Chen & Shin1990: Jilin). Cosmopolitan. Subfamily Isotominae Schäffer Genus Desoria Nicolet in Desor
I. viridis Bourlet (Hubei). Cosmopolitan. Records of the species call for the verification as I. viridis received a new, more strict, understanding (Fjellberg 2003). Genus Isotomurus Börner I. annectens Yosii (Taiwan). I. palustris (Müller) (Beijing, Jiangsu, Zhejiang). A cosmopolitan species but it is probably more geographically restricted since a new understanding proposed by Carapelli et al. (2000). I. palustroides Folsom (Hebei). Described from U.S.A.
Genus Vertagopus Börner V. c i n e re u s (Nicolet) (Fujian; Holarctic). V. arborata Huang, Yin & Liang, 1993 (Hebei). Genus Pseudisotoma Handschin Pseudisotoma sensibilis (Tullberg) (Jiangxi). Widely distributed in Holarctic. Genus Tetracanthura Martynova
Genus Coloburella Latzel
P. s i m p l e x Denis, 1929 (Jiangsu, Shanghai, Yunnan; Holarctic).
- Gao, Yan; Xiong, Yan; Potapov, Mikhail; 2009: Checklist of Chinese Isotomidae (Collembola) and a description of a new Subisotoma, Zootaxa 2242: 56-59. doi