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A common terminology for the external anatomy of centipedes (Chilopoda)
Abstract A common terminology for the external morphological characters of centipedes (Chilopoda) is proposed. Terms are selected from the alternatives used in the English literature, preferringExpand
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New records and species of leeches (Annelida: Hirudinea) from North and South Carolina
Summary Twenty freshwater, one euryhaline, one terrestrial, and six marine leeches are now known to occur in the Carolinas. Haemopis septagon, the second terrestrial leech discovered in NorthExpand
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Occurrence of the milliped Sinocallipus simplipodicus Zhang, 1993 in Laos, with reviews of the Southeast Asian and global callipodidan faunas, and remarks on the phylogenetic position of the order
The callipodidan milliped, Sinocallipus simplipodicus Zhang, 1993, previously known only from a cave in Yunnan Province, China, is redescribed based on specimens from an epigean habitat in southernExpand
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Distributions of the scorpions Centruroides vittatus (Say) and Centruroides hentzi (Banks) in the United States and Mexico (Scorpiones, Buthidae).
Specific locality records are presented to define the distributions of the scorpions Centruroides vittatus (Say) and C. hentzi (Banks) in North America. The former occurs in the Central Plains as farExpand
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Millipede phylogeny revisited in the light of the enigmatic order Siphoniulida
The discovery of six specimens of the enigmatic order Siphoniulida, including for the first time males, prompted a modern re-analysis of current phylogenetic schemes for the class Diplopoda derivedExpand
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A synopsis of the milliped genus Brachycybe Wood, 1864 (Platydesmida: Andrognathidae)
The milliped genus Brachycybe Wood, 1864 (Platydesmida: Andrognathidae) comprises seven species in the eastern and western United States (two and three species, respectively) and Japan/South KoreaExpand
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DISTRIBUTION OF THE MILLIPED GENUS NARCEUS RAFINESQUE, 1820 (SPIROBOLIDA: SPIROBOLIDAE): OCCURRENCES IN NEW ENGLAND AND WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER; A SUMMARY OF PERIPHERAL LOCALITIES; AND FIRST
Abstract The milliped genus Narceus Rafinesque, 1820 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae) occupies parts or all of 2 Canadian provinces, Québec and Ontario; every U.S. state east of the Mississippi River; andExpand
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0158. Atlas of Myriapod Biogeography. I. Indigenous Ordinal and Supra-Ordinal Distributions in the Diplopoda: Perspectives on Taxon Origins and Ages, and a Hypothesis on the Origin and Early
The biogeographic significance of Diplopoda is substantiated by 50 maps documenting indigenous occurrences of the 16 orders, the three Spirostreptida s. l. suborders Cambalidea, Epinannolenidea,Expand
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A proposed standardised terminology for the external taxonomic characters of the Scolopendromorpha (Chilopoda)
The need for standardising the terminology of the external taxonomic characters of scolopendromorph centipedes is addressed. Single terms are proposed for most characters, bearing in mind thoseExpand
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