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The millipedes (diplopoda) of the Asian part of Russia
This is a complete synopsis of the millipede fauna of Asian Russia, the vast Palaearctic area extending from the Ural Mountains in the west to the Pacific coast and adjacent islands in the east. The…
New species of the family Julidae Leach 1814 from Altai, Russia (Diplopoda, Julida)
- E. Mikhaljova
- 18 September 2009
Three new species of the millipede family Julidae Leach 1814 are described from the Republic of Altai, Siberia, Russia: Julus azarovae sp. n., Julus insolitus sp.n. and Sibiriulus rectangulus sp.n.
Review of the millipede family Diplomaragnidae of Japan, with description of a new species and the restoration of the combination Diplomaragna hokkaidensis (Verhoeff, 1939) (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida,…
The distributions of the Japanese species of Diplomaragnidae are mapped and one species is described here as new to science: Tokyosoma flexuosum sp.
The millipedes (Diplopoda) of the Russian Far East islands and the Kamchatka Peninsula
- E. Mikhaljova
A review of the millipede fauna of the islands of the Russian Far East and Kamchatka Peninsula is presented, with 36 species involved, all arranged in a catalogue-like manner. A bri ef historical…
The millipede genus Epanerchodus Attems, 1901 in the Korean Peninsula, with a description of a new species (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Polydesmidae)
The diplopod genus Epanerchodus Attems, 1901 appears to be represented in the Korean Peninsula by eight species, i.e. E. koreanus Verhoeff, 1937, but a new species, E. bacilliferus sp.
The Millipede Family Haplodesmidae (Diplopoda, Polydesmida) Recorded in Taiwan for the First Time, with the Description of a New Species
The East Asian to Australasian millipede family Haplodesmidae is reported from Taiwan for the first time on the basis of Eutrichodesmus taiwanensis n. sp. This new species joins the newly established…
New data on millipedes of the family Julidae (Diplopoda, Julida) from Altai, Siberia
Sibiriulus altaicus Guli…ka, 1972 is redescribed based upon topotype material. The species Megaphyllum sjaelandicum (Meinert, 1868) is recorded in the fauna of Siberia for the first time. Remarks are…
NEW DATA ON TAXONOMY AND FAUNA OF THE MILLIPEDES (DIPLOPODA) FROM THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST, SIBERIA AND MONGOLIA
The data on the variability of Angarozonium bonum (Mikhaljova, 1979) are given and the records of Julus terrestris Linnaeus, 1758 from Russian Far East and North-East China (Gerstfeldt, 1859) are based on missidentification and belong to Pacifiiulus amurensis.