Joanne A. Sutherland

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Ichthyocephaloides dasyacanthus n.g., n.sp. is described from the gut of a large millipede from Papua New Guinea. The new genus is distinguished fromIchthyocephalus andParaichthyocephalus in being monodelphic with a well developed vaginal diverticulum (the other genera are didelphic and lack such a diverticulum). SEM photographs of the anterior end(More)
634 Migrating birds are often considered nature's endurance athletes. The timing of migrations coupled with the fine-tuning of arrival times at breeding grounds is critical for maximising individual fitness. Changes in the timing of spring migration have been widely reported for many species, and advances in migration are among the most commonly reported(More)
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A new species ofTriumphalisnema is described and illustrated from the gut of a passalid beetle,Cetejus peltostictus, collected from rotting wood in Papua New Guinea.T. bialulaundatum n. sp. is easily distinguished fromT. lenkoi, the type-species, by the much shorter dorsal and ventral alae (starting posterior to the vulva inT. bialulaundatum, but well(More)
Three new species of Carnoya Gilson, 1898 are described and illustrated from two species of rhinocricid millipedes from Papua New Guinea. C. fimbriata n.sp., C. perbella n.sp. and C. strobilina n.sp. are easily distinguished from the other described species of Carnoya by the exceptionally long tail. They are distinguished from one another by differences in(More)
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