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Colobognatha millipedes in the Caucasus (Diplopoda: Polyzoniida, Platydesmida, Siphonocryptida).
The superorder Colobognatha is represented in the Caucasus by three genera and species, one each in the orders Polyzoniida, Platydesmida and Siphonocryptida. Hirudisoma roseum (Victor, 1839)Expand
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The millipede family Polydesmidae in the Caucasus (Diplopoda: Polydesmida).
The family Polydesmidae is represented in the Caucasus by two genera and 11 species: Polydesmus abchasius Attems, 1898, P. lignaui Lohmander, 1936, P. muralewiczi Lohmander, 1936 and P. mediterraneusExpand
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The millipede Pachyiulus krivolutskyi Golovatch, 1977, the easternmost species of the eastern Mediterranean genus Pachyiulus Berlese, 1883, endemic to the western Caucasus (Diplopoda: Julida: Julidae)
1847 [Lignau, 1905, sub Julus flavipes unicolor; Attems, 1907, sub P. flavipes], the Caucasus harbours an endemic species, P. krivolutskyi Golovatch, 1977. This species was first described as IulusExpand
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A new species of the millipede genus Julus from the Rostov-on-Don Region, southern Russia (Diplopoda: Julida: Julidae)
A new species of the millipede family Julidae, Julus alexandrae sp.n., is described from the Rostov-on-Don Region, southern Russia. It differs in gonopod characters, primarily the shape of theExpand
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Centipedes (Chilopoda) from the Rostov-on-Don Region, southern Russia
The most complete information about the centipedes of the region is presented in the papers of Minoranskiy [1975, 1977]. He cited 17 species, including six newly recorded: Scutigera coleoptrataExpand
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The millipede tribe Leptoiulini in the Caucasus, with notes on its generic classification (Diplopoda: Julida: Julidae).
The generic classification of the Palaearctic tribe Leptoiulini is revised, with 11 genera being recognized. The main differences between the genera, all presented in a tabular form, lie in theExpand
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The millipede genus Julus Linnaeus, 1758 in the Caucasus (Diplopoda: Julida: Julidae).
The genus Julus includes seven species already described from the Caucasus region: J. alexandrae Evsyukov, 2016; J. colchicus Lohmander, 1936; J. jedryczkowskii Golovatch, 1981; J. kubanus Verhoeff,Expand
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