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New Genera and Species of Millipeds
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On Five New North American Millipeds and Records of Some Established Species
Figs. 1-4 Closely related to E. amphelictus (Chamberlin, 1918), but easily distinguished from that species by the fact that the accessory blade of the posterior gonopods of the male is simple ratherExpand
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Studies on the Life History and the Ecology of the Hothouse Millipede, Orthomorpha gracilis (C. L. Koch 1847)
Like other polydesmid millipedes, Orthomorpha gracilis is flattened dorsoventrally. The keels or carinae are nearly horizontal and less than one-fourth the width of the body cavity. The 20Expand
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New cavernicolous millipeds of the family Cambalidae (Cambalidea: Spirostreptida) from Texas (U.S.A.) and Mexico
Millipeds of the genus Cambala arc abundant in Texas caves. In three widely separated cave areas, there are two allopatric species, of which one is represented by two subspecies. Cilmbala speobiaExpand
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Two new troglodytic millipeds from Texas
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