The Myriapoda (Millipedes, Centipedes) Featuring the North American Fauna     
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Polyzoniidae. Bdellozonium cerviculatum Cook & Loomis, 1928. North America, USA, California.

Polyzoniidae. Buzonium crassipes Cook & Loomis, 1928, clinging to stalk of mushroom. North America, California, Sonoma Co., Salt Point State Park. Photo by J. Hedgpeth.

?Siphonotidae; stellate arrangement. Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Polyzoniidae. Bdellozonium cerviculatum Cook & Loomis, 1928. North America, USA, California, Tulare Co., Camp Nelson. Photo by Darwin Tiemann.

Polyzoniidae. Petaserpes bikermani (Causey, 1951). North America, USA, Arkansas. Photo by N.B. Causey.

?Siphonotidae. Stellate arrangement. Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Siphonotidae. Australia, Tasmania. Reproduced from Tasmanian multipedes site with permission of R. Mesibov.

Siphonotidae.Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock 1894),dorsal view. North America, USA, Florida, Indian River Co., Sebastian. Introduced. Photo by G.B. Edwards.

Siphonotidae. Oceania, Palau. Photo courtesy of Z. Korsós http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1776455888#!/media/set/?set=a.2745868420376.129246.1667514442&type=3

 

 

 

 

 

Polyzoniidae. Bdellozonium cerviculatum Cook & Loomis, 1928. North America, USA, California, Tulare Co., Camp Nelson. Photo by Darwin Tiemann.

Polyzoniidae. Stenozonium leonardi Shelley & Shear, 2005 (Zootaxa, 1017:25-32). North America, Washington, Jefferson Co., Olympic National Park, Queets River Road. Photo courtesy of W. P. Leonard.

Hirudisomatidae. Octoglena anura (Cook, 1904). North America, USA, Washington, Mason Co., Kennedy Creek. Photo courtesy of W. P. Leonard.

?Siphonotidae; stellate arrangement. Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

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

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

Siphonotidae.Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock 1894),ventral view. North America, USA, Florida, Indian River Co., Sebastian. Introduced. Photo by G.B. Edwards.

Siphonotidae. Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock, 1894), gonopods in situ, caudal view. South America, Colombia. Photo courtesy of D. Martinez-Torres.

 

Siphonotidae. Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock, 1894), head and antennae, anterior view. South America, Colombia. Photo courtesy of D. Martinez-Torres.

 

 

 

 

Polyzoniidae. Bdellozonium cerviculatum Cook & Loomis, 1928. North America, USA, California, Tulare Co., Camp Nelson. Photo by Darwin Tiemann.

Siphonotidae. Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock, 1894). St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Mustique Island. Photo courtesy of M. de Silva.

Siphonotidae. Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock, 1894). St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Mustique Island. Photo courtesy of M. de Silva.

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

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

Polyzoniidae, Bdellozonium cerviculatum Cook & Loomis, 1928, juvenile. North America, USA, California, Tulare Co. Photo courtesy of D. Fenolio.

Polyzoniidae, Bdellozonium cerviculatum Cook & Loomis, 1928, Head and ocelli. North America, USA, California, Tulare Co. Photo by D. Hennen.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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