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ZooKeys 12: Advances in the Systematics of Diplopoda II

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 12
Edited By: SI Golovatch and R Mesibov
110 pages, Figs, illus, photos
ZooKeys 12: Advances in the Systematics of Diplopoda II
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Contains three papers - the first paper focuses on the family Haplodesmidae (Polydesmida), presenting a review of the rather speciose genus Eutrichodesmus which currently contains 24 species, including nine new, mainly cavernicolous ones from China, Vietnam, Laos and Indonesia. The second contribution provides a review of the large Euro-Mediterranean genus Glomeris in North Africa, with 11 nominate species currently known from the coastal regions of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya. Three new species are described therein, including two cavernicoles, as well as a number of new synonymies established. The third paper revives and reviews Agathodesmus (Haplodesmidae), a small, previously dubious genus now containing four species, including one new from Australia.

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 12
Edited By: SI Golovatch and R Mesibov
110 pages, Figs, illus, photos
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