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milliped family Conotylidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumida), revision of the genus Taiyutyla, with notes on recently proposed taxa

William A. Shear

milliped family Conotylidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumida), revision of the genus Taiyutyla, with notes on recently proposed taxa

by William A. Shear

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conotylidae.,
  • Taiyutyla.,
  • Myriapoda -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe milliped family Conotylidae ...
    StatementWilliam A. Shear.
    SeriesAmerican Museum novitates ; no. 2600, American Museum novitates ;, no. 2600.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2600, QL449.65.C6 .A436 no. 2600
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4947969M
    LC Control Number76375894

    Trichopetalum whitei, common name Luray Caverns blind cave millipede, is a rare troglobitic (obligate cavernicolous) millipede of the upper Potomac River drainage in four Virginia counties and three West Virginia counties. It has been recorded from 12 caves across this range, including the Luray Caverns where it was first discovered and described.   Free Online Library: Pseudotremia reynoldsae, a new species of troglobitic milliped (diplopoda: chordeumatida: cleidogonidae), with a synopsis of the cavernicolous millipeds of the Hoosier National Forest in Indiana. by "Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science"; Science and technology, general Botanical research Analysis Millipedes Collections and collecting Environmental aspects .

    The Millipede is an arthropod, belonging to the class Diplopoda (of which there are about 1o,ooo species in all). The millipede has its home in and eats from the rotting bodies of plants—they thrive in moist areas. Some species are harmful to living vegetation while .   out of 5 stars Millipede family fun! Reviewed in the United States on Janu This is a wonderful story that children will love to hear or read. It will stimulate their imagination as they will be able to follow along with the members of the Millipede family as the millipede children discover their environment, abilities Reviews: 1.

    Millipedes are arthropods in the class ‘diplopoda’. This class contains aro species, 15 orders and families. Millipedes are found in most parts of the world from back gardens to Rainforests, on all continents except Antarctica. The Class Diplopoda is divided into three subclasses. The subclass ‘Penicillata’ contains species millipedes whose exoskeleton is [ ]. The milliped family Conotylidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumida): revision of the genus Taiyutyla, with notes on recently proposed taxa. American Museum novitates ; no. View Metadata.


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Milliped family Conotylidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumida), revision of the genus Taiyutyla, with notes on recently proposed taxa by William A. Shear Download PDF EPUB FB2

The millipede family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida),Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, (2): Paperback – January 1, Author: W.

Shear. Get this from a library. The milliped family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida). [William A Shear]. "The milliped family Conotylidae Cook is divided into four subfamilies: Conotylidae Cook, Austrotylinae (new), Lophominae Loomis and Schmitt, and Macromastinae Loomis and Schmitt, the last originally proposed as an independent family.

A key to the subfamilies and their included genera is presented. The center of diversity for the chordeumatidan millipede family Conotylidae is northwestern North America, where five of six subfamilies and ten of fourteen previously described genera occur; in this paper, seven additional new genera and 33 new species from the region are described.

the Milliped Families Conotylidae and revisions, nomencl atural chang es, faunal studies, book reviews USA, as the first North American representative of the milliped family.

Phylum - Insects, Springtails, Millipedes - Mandibulata. Class - Millipedes - Diplopoda. Order - Millipedes - Chordeumatida. Family - Conotylid Millipedes - Conotylidae. Species. A Millipede Austrotyla montani Species of Concern. A Millipede Corypus cochlearis Species of Concern.

A Millipede Taiyutyla curvata Species of Concern. The milliped family Conotylidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumida): revision of the genus Taiyutyla, with notes on recently proposed taxa. American Museum novitates ; no. The milliped fauna of California consists of 11 orders, 24 families, 83 genera, and species and subspecies.

A complete listing of these taxa and intergrades is provided, with published and new. Conotylidae Cook, Conotylidae is a family of millipedes in the order Chordeumatida.

There are about 19 genera and at least 60 described species in Conotylidae. Millipedes are a group of arthropods that are characterised by having two pairs of jointed legs on most body segments; they are known scientifically as the class Diplopoda, the name being derived from this double-legged segment is a result of two single segments fused together.

Most millipedes have very elongated cylindrical or flattened bodies with more than 20 segments, while. The milliped family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida) Shear, W.

Bulletin of The Museum of Comparative Zoology. Millipedes, myriapods of the class Diplopoda, contain approximat described species organized into 16 extant orders and approximately list is based on Shear,sorted alphabetically by order and taxonomically within order.

Note: The names of millipede orders end in "-ida"; suborders end in "-idea". Superfamilies end in "-oidea", while families end in "-idae". Shear, W.A. The milliped family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida).

Butt. Mus. Comp. ZooL Shear, W.A. Studies in the milliped order Chordeumida (Diplopoda): a revision of the family Cleidogonidae and a reclassification of the order Chordeumida in the. Biogeography of Millipede Families, arranged by Order Many of the currently recognized millipede families (Shelley, ) have a restricted (known) distribution.

After a specimen has been identified to order, numerous families can be eliminated from consideration based on the geographic origin of the respective specimen. Achemenides Shear, Achemenides is a genus of millipedes in the family Conotylidae.

There is at least one described species in Achemenides, A. pectinatus. The milliped family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida) By W A Shear. Abstract. Volume: Start Page: 55End Page: 9 Publisher: Cambridge, Mass.:The Museum,Year: OAI identifier.

The milliped family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida) VolumePage 55 Monograph of the Cuban genera Emoda and Glyptemoda (Mollusca: Archaeogastropoda: Helicinidae). Conotylidae. Shear (,) established the Conotylidae in south-central and southeastern BC; Shelley () provided additional localities and extended the family as far north as Pine Pass, km (80 mi) west of Dawson Creek and ca.

km ( mi) south of the Yukon, where no millipeds have been collected. All prior records were sum. Shear, WA. The milliped family Conotylidae (Diplopoda, Chordeumida): revision of the genus Taiyutyla, with notes on recently proposed taxa.

American Museum Novitates. Web Search Engines for Articles on "A Millipede" WorldCat; Google Scholar; Google Books; ; Additional Sources of Information Related to "Millipedes".

Causey, Nell Bevel (): A second species of the milliped genus Trigenotyla (Chordeumidea: Conotylidae: Trichopetalinae: Scoterpini). - Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 72 (1): Causey, Nell Bevel (): Book review. Checklist of the millipeds of North America. Conotyla Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Diplopoda Order: Chordeumatida Family: Conotylidae Genus: Conotyla Cook & Collins, Conotyla is a genus of millipedes in the family Conotylidae.

There are about 15 described species in Conotyla.Taxonomic study of the milliped family Spirobolidae (Diplopoda: Spirobolida) Philadelphia, American Entomological Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / .Th e millipede family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the family Adritylidae (Diploda: Chordeumida).

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