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Tavola sinottica dei generi dei Diplopoda Penicillata

@inproceedings{Silvestri1948TavolaSD,
  title={Tavola sinottica dei generi dei Diplopoda Penicillata},
  author={Filippo Silvestri},
  year={1948}
}
Two remarkable species of Penicillata (Diplopoda, Polyxenida) from Table Mountain National Park (Cape Town, South Africa)
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Two new species of the families Polyxenaceae and Synxenidae, are described from Table Mountain National Park, South Africa, which appear to occupy an intermediate position between Phryssonotus (12 tergites) and Polyxenoidea (maximum of 11 tergite).
Two remarkable new species of Penicillata (Diplopoda, Polyxenida) from Table Mountain National Park (Cape Town, South Africa)
TLDR
Two new species of the families Polyxenaceae and Synxenidae, are described from Table Mountain National Park, South Africa, which appear to occupy an intermediate position between Phryssonotus (12 tergites) and Polyxenoidea (maximum of 11 tergite).
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It is confirmed that 5 previously described species should remain in the genus Propolyxenus while the inclusion of P. crassisetosus Marquet & Conde, 1950 is questioned.
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The diagnostic characters of each of these four tropical or subtropical genera are redefined and two new species of Macroxenodes are described: M. navassaensis n.sp.
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The genus Unixenus Jones, 1944 (Diplopoda, Penicillata, Polyxenida) in Australia
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Collection of Penicillata from museums in all states of Australia were examined to provide further details of the two described species, to revise the diagnoses for both the genus and the species, and to better understand the distribution of theTwo species in Australia.
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New species of Polyxenida in Israel (Diplopoda, Penicillata)
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The identification of 5 species from a recent collection of 23 specimens from two areas in Israel are given, one of which is identified as possibly a new species in the genus Polyxenus and likely to be synonymous with the specimens identified as Polyxanus lagurus Linnaeus, 1758 in a previous study.
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Three forms of Japanese Eudigraphis (Penicillata, Polyxenidae) are raised here to three distinct species, and overlap of their distributional ranges over wide areas of Japan was con-firmed, and molecular phylogeny using both nuclear and mitochondrial DNA testified monophyly of each of the three forms.
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