2003) attributed their examples to kampecarid myriapods
W&J's Departments of Biology and of Environment Studies regularly collect information about salamanders and myriapods
(millipedes and centipedes) at the Abernathy Field Station.
Chelicerate hemocyanins and myriapod
hemocyanins each compose a unique clade.
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.
These are Arachnids, Insects, Myriapods
, Molluscs, Birds and Reptiles.
(Diplopoda and Chilopoda) were also recovered.
(centipedes and millipedes), snails, and slugs inhabit the humus layer, while beetles (in the photo, Rhom-borriha unicolor, from a Japanese deciduous forest), bees, wasps, ants, and butterflies are distributed throughout the different microenvironments offered by the vegetation.
Ribosomal DNA phylogeny of the major extant arthropod classes and the evolution of myriapods
Some 2,000 species of spiders, mites, ticks and other arachnids; 1,000 species of crustaceans; 30,000 species of insects; and a few dozen species of centipedes, millipedes and other myriapods
3%), the remainder being consisted of gastropods, worms, isopods, myriapods
, arachnids, amphibians and even by lezards.
collected at this site included Eurymerodesmus angularis Causey and Hemiscolopendra marginata (Say).
Mammals, reptiles and toads constitute the prey items of terrestrial species while fossorial species feed on annelids, molluscs, arachnids, myriapods
, hexapods, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.