Lithobius


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Lithobius

(li-thō'bē-ŭs),
A genus of centipedes characterized by 15 pairs of legs. Species common in the U.S. include Lithobius multidentatus and Lithobius forficatus.
[litho- + G. bios, life]
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Class Chilopoda was more abundant in habitat I, in all studied heaps seven species were found, with Lithobius forficatus Linnaeus 1758 and L.
On some cases of structural abnormality in Lithobius (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha).
Macropredators recorded at our field site were centipedes [Lithobiomorpha (Bothropolys and Lithobius), Scolopendromorpha (Scolopocryptops sexspinosus) and Geophilomorpha], spiders [the largest and most abundant were amaurobiids (Wadotes)], beetles (Carabidae; the most abundant were Pterostichus stygicus which made up over 40% of the total each year).
What are carnivorous arthropods of the genus Lithobius better known as?
agkistrodontis FJ607340.1 Speleonectes tulumensis AY456190.1 Argulus americanus AY456187.1 Artemia franciscana NC_001620.1 Lithobius forficatus AF309492.1 Limulus polyphemus NC_003057.1 Thermobia domestica AY639935.1 Panulirus japonicus NC_004251.1 Gonodactylus chiragra NC_007442.1 Pollicipes polymerus NC_005936.1 Hutchinsonella macracantha AY456189.1 S.
The experiments made with Lithobius by Guy Barnay (Societe d'Histoire Naturelle d'Autun) and GG lead us to exclude this possibility.
There are centipede species that spend their time beneath the soil, but they tend to be even thinner and much paler than Lithobius.
coloratus 42 Chile BG 554 43 72 [degrees] [degrees] 14' 18' Bromus 42 Chile BG 246 38 72 lithobius [degrees] [degrees] Trin.
Hace muchos anos fue considerada miembro de una clase separada llamada Miriapoda, junto a Crustacea, Aracnida e Insecta (Leach, 1814), definiendo 5 generos: Scutigera, Lithobius, Cryptos, Geophilus y Scolopendra.
Centipedes (Myriapoda, Chilopoda), such as Lithobius spp., prey mostly on small insects.