The Myriapoda (Millipedes, Centipedes) Featuring the North American Fauna     
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Polyxenida: Polyxenidae. Polyxenus fasciculatus Say, 1821. North America, USA.

Polyxenida: ?Lophoproctidae. South America, Colombia, Cundinamarca, Finca Bella Vista nr. Sasaima. Photo by Darwin Tiemann.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Polyxenida: Polyxenidae. Polyxenus sp. Continent & locality unknown.

Polyxenida: Polyxenidae. Polyxenus sp. North America, USA, Washington, Grays Harbor Co., Willapa Hills. Photo courtesy of W. P. Leonard.

Phryssonotus novaehollandiae (Silvestri, 1923), ventral view; Synxenidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site with permission of R. Mesibov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Polyxenida: ?Polyxenidae. Polyxenus sp., caudal end. Continent & locality unknown.

Polyxenida: Polyxenidae. Polyxenus sp. North America,USA, Washington, Grays Harbor Co., Willapa Hills. Photo courtesy of W. P. Leonard.

Phryssonotus novaehollandiae (Silvestri, 1923), dorsal view; Synxenidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

Polyxenus ?fasciculatus Say, 1821; Polyxenidae. North America, USA, Florida, Lee Co., Ft. Myers. Photo courtesy of L. J. Buss.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Polyxenida: Polyxenidae. Polyxenus lagurus (L., 1758) on bark of log. Europe, France, Nancy. Photo by B. Conde.

Propolyxenus forsteri Conde, 1951, dorsal view; Polyxenidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site (http://www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/zoology/multipedes/mulintro.html) with permission of R. Mesibov.

Propolyxenus forsteri Conde, 1951, ventral view; Polyxenidae. 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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