Way Down South: The milliped family Parajulidae (Julida: Parajulini) in Mexico and Central America; first records from El Salvador and the Baja California Peninsula

@article{Shelley2008WayDS,
  title={Way Down South: The milliped family Parajulidae (Julida: Parajulini) in Mexico and Central America; first records from El Salvador and the Baja California Peninsula},
  author={Rowland M. Shelley},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2008},
  volume={1893},
  pages={1-37}
}
Accounts and drawings are presented of all established species of the Parajulini with extant types and genitalia, which appear to comprise nine species groups, four with available generic names. Parajulus Humbert & de Saussure, 1869, and Thriniulus Chamberlin, 1940, contain only the respective type species, P. olmecus Humbert & de Saussure, 1869, and T. leucoclius (Chamberlin, 1922). Both Mexicoiulus Verhoeff, 1926, and Pheniulus Chamberlin, 1943, contain the respective types, M. dampfi… 
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