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On several new or poorly-known Oriental Paradoxosomatidae (Diplopoda: Polydesmida), XI

Published on Dec 1, 2011
· DOI :10.15298/arthsel.20.4.02
S.I. D. Golovatch1
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(RAS: Russian Academy of Sciences)
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#1Sergei I. Golovatch (RAS: Russian Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 13
#2Weixin Liu (SCAU: South China Agricultural University)H-Index: 5
Based on all available information, 339 species from 71 genera, 26 families, and eleven orders of Diplopoda have hitherto been recorded from mainland China, the fauna thus being very rich, albeit far from completely known, comprising various zoogeographic elements and populating very different environments. Diplopods mainly occur in various woodlands, in caves, and high in the mountains. Most species (> 90 %, usually highly localised, including 160 cavernicoles), 18 genera, and one family are st...
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#1Natdanai Likhitrakarn (Maejo University)H-Index: 5
#2Sergei I. Golovatch (RAS: Russian Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 13
Last. Somsak Panha (Chula: Chulalongkorn University)H-Index: 13
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The Southeast Asian millipede genus Enghoffosoma ranges from southern China in the north, western Myanmar in the west, and central Thailand and southern Laos in the south and east. It currently contains seven species, including five new ones, described in this paper: E. zebra sp. n., E. lanceolatum sp. n. , E. anchoriforme sp. n., E. funda sp. n. and E. bispinum sp. n. The genus is rediagnosed, a key to all known species is given, and their distributions are mapped.
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#1Sergei I. GolovatchH-Index: 13
#2Youbang. LiH-Index: 2
Last. Jean-Jacques GeoffroyH-Index: 9
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The large Southeast Asian genus Desmoxytes is slightly rediagnosed. A number of troglomorphic, most likely troglobitic, species occur in southern China. A key is provided to all 10 Desmoxytes spp. currently known from China, including three new presumed troglobites: Desmoxytes eupterygota sp. n. from Hunan Province, as well as Desmoxytes spinissima sp. n. and Desmoxytes lui sp. n. from Guangxi Province. “Desmoxytes” philippina Nguyen Duc & Sierwald, 2010, from the Philippines, is formally remove...
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