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ZooKeys  2010 

Revision of the endemic Taiwanese millipede genus Aponedyopus Verhoeff, 1939, with descriptions of two new species (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae)

DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.72.743

Keywords: Millipede , Aponedyopus , taxonomy , new species , distribution , key , Taiwan

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The millipede genus Aponedyopus is endemic to Taiwan and contains three species. All previously known congeners are considered to represent one species: A. montanus Verhoeff, 1939 (the type species), including A. reesi (Wang, 1957) and A. maculatus Takakuwa, 1942, syn. n. Two further species are described as new: A. similis sp. n. and A. latilobatus sp. n. The genus is re-diagnosed, all of its three species are keyed, and their distributions mapped.

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