Symphyla


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Symphyla

a group of primitive millipedes possessing features (particularly the mouthparts) that suggest a common ancestry with the insects.
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Clase S AM AJ Gastropoda 565 (79.58) 127 (51.20) 40 (20.51) Clitellata 10 (141) 15 (6.04) 20 (10.25) Arachnida 39 (5.49) 28 (11.29) 24 (12.30) Malacostraca 10 (141) 2 (0.80) 2 (1.02) Insecta 47 (6.62) 44 (17.74) 47 (24.10) Chilopoda 10 (141) 4 (1.61) 9 (4.61) Diplopoda 16 (2.25) 21 (8.46) 32 (16.41) Symphyla 13 (1.83) 7 (2.82) 18 (9.23) Entognatha 5 (2.56) Total 710 248 197 Clase M Gastropoda 46 (47.91) Clitellata 6 (6.25) Arachnida 11 (11.45) Malacostraca 4 (4.16) Insecta 20 (20.83) Chilopoda 3 (3.12) Diplopoda 2 (2.08) Symphyla 4 (4.16) Entognatha Total 96 Cuadro 2.
(1984; 1987), mencionan que el ataque de Symphyla perturba la absorcion de elementos nutritivos y como consecuencia, el normal crecimiento de las plantas causando una accion represiva sobre el rendimiento.
All other Orders (Acari, Araneae, Geophilomorpha, Spirostreptida, Symphyla, Diplura, Blattaria, Coleoptera, Diptera, Ephemeroptera, Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, Isoptera, Lepidoptera, Neuroptera, Plecoptera, Psocoptera, Thysanoptera, Trichoptera, Pulmonata, Isopoda and Haplotaxida) were better sampled by QuS.
Crustacea dominate as predators (Cheng 1976), while a range of centipedes (Class Chilopoda), symphylids (Class Symphyla), pauropods (Class Pauropoda), millipedes (Class Diplopoda), scorpions (Order Scorpiones), microwhip scorpions (Order Palpigradi), pseudoscorpions (Order Pseudoscorpiones), mites and ticks (Order Acari) and spiders (Order Araneae) have also been recorded as living in the intertidal region worldwide (Roth & Brown 1976).