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The millipede genus Tasmaniosoma Verhoeff, 1936 (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Dalodesmidae) from Tasmania, Australia, with descriptions of 18 new species

DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.41.420

Keywords: Diplopoda , Polydesmida , Dalodesmidae , millipede , parapatry

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Tasmaniosoma armatum Verhoeff, 1936 is redescribed from topotypical specimens and the following congeners are described from Tasmania: T. alces sp. n., T. aureorivum sp. n., T. australe sp. n., T. barbatulum sp. n., T. bruniense sp. n., T. cacofonix sp. n., T. clarksonorum sp. n., T. compitale sp. n., T. decussatum sp. n., T. fasciculum sp. n., T. fragile sp. n., T. gerdiorivum sp. n., T. hesperium sp. n., T. hickmanorum sp. n., T. laccobium sp. n., T. maria sp. n., T. orientale sp. n. and T. warra sp. n.

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