Two new species of the henicopid centipede Henicops (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha) from Queensland and Victoria, with revision of species from Western Australia and a synoptic classification of Henicopidae

  title={Two new species of the henicopid centipede Henicops (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha) from Queensland and Victoria, with revision of species from Western Australia and a synoptic classification of Henicopidae},
  author={Lauren M. Hollington and Gregory D. Edgecombe},
  journal={Records of The Australian Museum},
Henicops Newport, 1844, is the most commonly recorded Australian genus of Henicopidae, the main southern temperate clade in Lithobiomorpha. Henicops is widespread throughout eastern and southwestern Australia and New Zealand, and is represented in New Caledonia by H. brevilabiatus (Ribaut, 1923) n.comb. New species are H. tropicanus n.sp. from northeastern Queensland and H. milledgei n.sp. from Victoria. The two nominal species from the southwest of Western Australia, H. dentatus Pocock, 1901a… 
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