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A Taxonomic Study of the Centipede Genus Ethmostigmus Pocock (Chilopoda: Scolopendridae: Otostigminae) in Australia
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Six species of Australian Ethmostigmus are recognized: E. rubripes (Brandt), and five new species, viz. E. curtipes, E. muiri, E.'soma, pachysoma, and E. parkeri are described and keyed.
Revision of the Australian Centipedes of the Genus Cormocephalus Newport (Chilopoda: Scolopendridae: Scolopendrinae)
Seventeen Australian species are recognized in the large genus Cormocephalus: aurantiipes, esulcatus, hartmeyeri, inermis, michaelseni, novaehollandiae, rubriceps. strigosus, turneri, wesfwoodi, and
A COMPARATIVESTUDY OF THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT HABITATS OF BURROWS IN THE SCORPION GENUS URODACUS (SCORPIONIDA, SCORPIONIDAE)
  • L. Koch
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • 1978
TLDR
Members of the genus Urodacus have been able to colonize desert areas owing to the evolution of the deep spiral burrowing habit which is an adaptation for the maintenance of suitable levels of moisture and temperature.
Morphological Characters of Australian Scolopendrid Centipedes, and the Taxonomy and Distribution of Scolopendra Morsitans L. (Chilopoda:Scolopendridae:Scolopendrinae).
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The Australian component of the widespread species, Scolopendra morsitans LinnaeusLinnaeus, 1758, is redescribed from over 1000 specimens and its distribution is mapped.
The taxonomy of Australian centipedes of the genus Rhysida Wood (Chilopoda: Scolopendridae: Otostigminae)
TLDR
All the extralimital forms of Rhysida to which previous workers have applied the specific or subspecific name nuda should not bear that name, and the name R. immarginata may be applicable to some or most of those forms.
Taxonomy of the centipede Scolopendra laeta Haase (Chilopoda: Scolopendridae) in Australia
  • L. Koch
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • 1 October 1982
Scolopendra laeta Haase, 1887, which is widespread in the western and southern parts of Australia, is redescribed from the large number of available specimens. Five intraspecific forms are
Australian species of the centipede genus Arthrorhabdus Pocock (Chilopoda: Scolopendridae: Scolopendrinae)
Summary Two of the five Arthrorhabdus species are confined to Australia. They are a new species A. paucispinus described from Western Australia, and A. mjobergi Kraepelin which is redescribed and
Numerical Taxonomy of Australian Species of Nine Genera of Scolopendrid Centipedes (Chilopoda : Scolopendridae)
TLDR
Scolopendrine species generally group together in their currently recognized genera, and Scolopendra and Cormocephalus, sensu lato (17 species) emerge as particularly 'strong' genera.
A phenological investigation of various invertebrates in forest and woodland areas in the south-west of Western Australia
TLDR
Invertebrates were collected in pitfall traps at 3 localities in the south-west of Western Australia: namely Perth (Reabold Hill), Dwellingup and Manjimup between March 1976 and February 1977.
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