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Henicops maculatus Newport, 1845; Henicopidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

Lamyctes hellyeri Edgecombe & Giribet, 2003. Henicopidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

 

Buethobius coniugans Chamberlin, 1911. Henicopidae. North America, USA, Oregon, Josephine Co., Oregon Caves National Monument. Photo courtesy of J. Roth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lithobius sp. Asia, India, Arunachal Pradesh. Photo courtesy of V. Khanna.

Lithobiomorpha. Asia, China, cave in Sichuan Prov. Photo courtesy of J. Krejca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paralamyctes (Haasiella) subicolus Edgecombe, 2004: Henicopidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

Lamyctes emarginatus (Newport, 1844): Henicopidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

Lithobiidae, clearly showing tergite heteronomy. North America, USA, Ohio, Washington Co. Photo courtesy of D. Hennen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lithobius peregrinus Latzel, 1880; Lithobiidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

Henicopidae: Anopsobiinae. Australia, Tasmania. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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