Myriapoda


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Myriapoda

 [mir″e-ap´o-dah]
a class of arthropods, including the millipedes and centipedes.
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Myriapoda

the class of ARTHROPODS containing centipedes (Chilopoda) and millipedes (Diplopoda).
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From variable to constant cell numbers: Cellular characteristics of the arthropod nervous system argue against a sister-group relationship of Chelicerata and "Myriapoda" but favour the Mandibulata concept.
Vertical and time distribution of Diplopoda (Arthropoda: Myriapoda) in a monodominant forest in Pantanal of Mato Grosso, Brazil.
Baert (1990).Identification and partial characterization of vitellin and vitellogenin from Scolopendra cingulata LATREILLE (Myriapoda Chilopoda).
505-533 In Adis J [ed.], Amazonian Arachnida and Myriapoda. Pensoft, Sofia-Moscow.
This is volume two of a multiple-volume set; the series is the first encyclopedic treatment of the Myriapoda, covering the anatomy, taxonomy, and biology of centipedes, millipedes, and their relatives.
Indeed, Myriapoda and Gastropoda are often mentioned in the wet climate of the Algeria in addition to the classes listed in this work (Fekkoum et al., 2011).
The aim of the present study was to compare the abundances and species compositions of invertebrate assemblages (Collembola, Lumbricidae, Araneae, Myriapoda, Coleoptera) in the artificial substrate from vegetated and bare residue sites of waste heaps.
(ed.), Amazonian Arachnida and Myriapoda. Identification keys to all classes, orders, families, some genera, and lists of known terrestrial species.
Yes (Myriapoda) Vertebrates Some ungulates, for example, Yes Muskoxen Ovibos moschatus (Zimmermann, 1780) Antarctic Yes penguins Criteria 2 Organism Best defended extremity at the periphery Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae Coelomera spp.; for example, C.