Chilopoda Geophilomorpha of Europe: a revised list of species, with taxonomic and nomenclatorial notes.

@article{Bonato2014ChilopodaGO,
  title={Chilopoda Geophilomorpha of Europe: a revised list of species, with taxonomic and nomenclatorial notes.},
  author={Lucio Bonato and Alessandro Minelli},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2014},
  volume={3770},
  pages={
          1-136
        }
}
An annotated list is provided for the genera and species of Chilopoda Geophilomorpha recorded from Europe, including Macaronesia. The list derives from a critical evaluation of all published information. All synonyms are also listed and all taxonomic and nomenclatorial novelties are discussed. Additionally, all available genus-group and species-group names are listed, together with type species and type localities respectively.To date, 452 available species-group names and 95 available genus… Expand
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