Lithobius variegatus Leach, 1814 - GBIF.
Phylum Arthropoda characters and classification, Animals Classification, Zoology, Assignment Help, Homework Help: These are jointed limbed animals in which the segments are variously fused to form the head, thorax and abdomen. The chitin forms the exoskeleton. About 9,00,000 species are known.
Lithobius microps Meinert, 1868 - GBIF.
Classification kingdom Animalia phylum. Eason E.H. (1972) The type specimens and identity of the species described in the genus Lithobius by C. L. Koch and L. Koch from 1841 to 1878 (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha): Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology. 22: 103-150 Geoffroy, Jean-Jacques, and Etienne Iorio, 2009: The French centipede fauna (Chilopoda): updated checklist and.
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Classification kingdom Animalia phylum Arthropoda class Chilopoda order. Lithobius piceus Name Synonyms Lithobius aculeatus Matic, 1975 Lithobius ardesiacus Fedrizzi, 1877 Lithobius fanzagoi Fedrizzi, 1876 Lithobius fossor L.Koch, 1862 Lithobius inequidens Fedrizzi, 1877 Lithobius marginatus Fedrizzi, 1877 Lithobius piceus gracilitarsis Lithobius sordidus L.Koch, 1862 Lithobius violaceus.
Morphology of the mandibles and the first maxillae in the.
Lithobius (Leach, 1814) Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank GENUS. Classification kingdom Animalia phylum Arthropoda class Chilopoda order Lithobiomorpha.
Phylum Arthropoda: Features and Classification (With Diagram).
Classification kingdom Animalia phylum Arthropoda class. Lithobius variegatus Name Synonyms Lithobius corcyraeus Verhoeff, 1899 Lithobius depressus Fanzago, 1880 Lithobius gracilipes Meinert, 1872 Lithobius insignis Meinert, 1872 Lithobius paucispinosus Attems, 1952 Homonyms Lithobius variegatus Leach, 1814 Bibliographic References. Eason E.H., Serra A. (1986) On the geographical.
Neurogenesis in the chilopod Lithobius forficatus suggests.
Classification kingdom Animalia phylum. Eason E.H. (1974) The type specimens and identity of the species described in the genus Lithobius by F. Meinert and now preserved in the Zoological Museum, Copenhagen University (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha): Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society of London. 55: 1-52 Geoffroy, Jean-Jacques, and Etienne Iorio, 2009: The French centipede fauna.
On the Lithobius species (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha) from.
For example, the European Lithobius forficatus may live for 5 to 6 years, and the wide-ranging Scolopendra subspinipes can live for over 10 years. The combination of a small number of eggs laid, long gestation period, and long time of development to reproduction has led authors to label lithobiomorph centipedes as K-selected.
Lithobius (Ezembius) multispinipes n. sp., a new species.
Lithobius pygmaeus Latzel and L. lusitanus valesiacus Verhoeff are fully described, and references to adequate descriptions of all the other species and subspecies are given among the synonyms. Further synonyms are given, where necessary, in order to resolve the confusion which exists over nomenclature. Archilithobius stramineus Attems, 1927 is.
Critical evaluation of the specimens of Lithobius validus.
Myriapoda is a subphylum of arthropods containing millipedes, centipedes, and others.The group contains over 16,000 species, most of which are terrestrial. Although their name suggests they have myriad (10,000) legs, myriapods range from having up to 750 legs (the millipede Illacme plenipes) to having fewer than ten legs. The fossil record of myriapods reaches back into the late Silurian.
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For example, in earlier branching arthropods such as the spider Cupiennius salei and the myriapods Glomeris marginata and Lithobius forficatus, ASCa homologs (ash) are expressed in patches of.
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An examination of the holotype of Lithobius seresensis Matic et Stavropoulos, 1990 showed that it is a junior synonym of Lithobius schuleri Verhoeff, 1925, not of L. erythrocephalus C.L. Koch.
Life cycle of lithobiidae — with a discussion of the r.
The centipede subgenus Lithobius ( Ezembius ) Chamberlin, 1919 comprises a group of about 60 species known from the Near East across Siberia and Central Asia to China, and Japan, and Southwards.