Ovarian morphology and oogenesis dynamic of the diplopod
Urostreptus atrobnmneus Pierozzi & Fontanetti.
Phylogenetic implications of structure of adult ovary and oogenesis in the penicillate diplopod
, Eudigraphis nigricans (Miyosi) (Diplopoda: Myriapoda).
Chamberlin RV (1923) On chilopods and diplopods
from islands in the Gulf of California.
The following 19 species are added to the list of Arkansas endemics: two fungi, three gastropods, one araneid, two opilionids, two pseudoscorpions, one diplopod
, three collembolans, two trichopterans, one coleopteran, one dipteran, and one hymenopteran.
(1912) New North American chilopods and diplopods
. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 5, 141-172.
Richness remains relatively constant, but fungivores, such as Diplopods
, are absent from all burned sites.
According to  the best bioaccumulators of heavy metals are the invertebrates that store the substances taken from soil water, particularly earthworms but also springtails, isopods and diplopods
. For more than two decades earthworms have played the major role in soil toxicity testing, this group has specially been studied concerning the problem of bioaccumulation of heavy metals .
valgum as a predator of diplopods
(Cano 1998 cited in Halffter 2003).
Typical cryptozoans include isopods (pillbugs, sowbugs, Figure 9-1) and diplopods
(millipedes), which feed on dead and decaying plant material and leaf litter.
Previous studies by the author recorded 2 species of diplopods
, 1 isopod, carabid beetles, spiders of the genus Meta, plus slugs and oligochaetes (Smithers 1996).
The photo shows the leaflitter lying on the soil of the El Triunfo Reserve in Mexico, with a conspicuous millipede (diplopods