Diplopoda


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Diplopoda

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Stomachs of Willow Flycatchers collected from across the species' range contained by volume mostly (41%) Hymenoptera followed by Coleoptera, Diptera, Lepidoptera, Hemiptera, fruits and seeds, Orthoptera, Odonata and Ephemeroptera, Araneae and Diplopoda, and Acari and Mollusca (Beal 1912).
Krell 2003 Finding a Rare Resource: Bornean Scarabaeoidea (Coleoptera) Attracted by Defensive Secretions of Diplopoda.
Yoshida & Shinkai (1993) recorded Diplopoda, Diptera, Formicidae and Vespidae from a population living between boulders in Japan, while both Eckert & Moritz (1992) and Chapman (1993) recorded myriapods, Coleoptera and isopods as prey from populations in Germany and the UK respectively.
The Chilopoda and Diplopoda collected by the American Museum of Natural History Congo Expedition (1909-1911) with notes on some other African species.
On the other hand, groups such as Carabidae, Micryphantidae and Diplopoda are generally nocturnal (Schmoller 1971).
PART B: Order Araneae (ARA) Mantodea (MAN) Neuroptera (NEU) Acari (ACA) Orthoptera (ORTH) Coleoptera (COL) Diplopoda (DIP) Phasmatodea (PHAS) Diptera (DIP) Ephemeroptera (EPH) Psocoptera (PSOC) Trichoptera (TRIC) Odonata (ODO) Hemiptera: Heteroptera (HET) Lepidoptera (LEP) lattodea (BLAT) Hemiptera: Homoptera (HOM) Hymenoptera (HYM) Isoptera (ISO) Thysanoptera (THY) TABLE 2 The relative abundance distributions fitted to the observed data for both family and functional feeding group abundance distributions of a grassland arthropod community.