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This webpage introduce to the Australian Chilopoda (Centipedes). All subtaxa are presented: Craterostigmorpha (1), Lithobiomorpha (20), Scutigeromorpha (19), Geophilomorpha (43) andScolopendromorpha (45). This online key allows their determination. Furthermore there are short note on biology and distribution. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Identification keysResource type
http://www.ento.csiro.au/biology/centipedes/centipedeKey.html
The Department of Entomology (California Academy of Sciences) houses over 18,300 primary type specimens of insects, arachnids, and myriapods. All types have been cataloged and databased. Images of specimens and labels are available for some groups, including the families Carabidae (Coleoptera), Formicidae (Hymenoptera), Therevidae (Diptera) and Acroceridae (Diptera). In addition to CAS holdings, the Academy also serves as a depository of primary types for 13 other institutions in the western United ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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http://research.calacademy.org/redirect?url=http://researcharchive.calacademy.org/research/entomology/typesDB/default.asp
This website contains a checklist of the described species of millipedes native to Australia. It is a resource for taxonomists, not an identification guide. It does not contain identification keys or pictures. There are more than 400 native species in this checklist. Under each genus and species name there are all the works that might be recommendable to read. This website has as well an interactive maps page for species distributions. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Factual databases; Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.polydesmida.info/millipedesofaustralia
The British Myriapod and Isopod Group (BMIG) aims to promote the study of myriapods (Myriapoda) and isopods (Isopoda; woodlice and water-slaters). As from 2001 the Journal Bulletin of the British Myriapod Group and the Journal Isopoda are combined to become the Bulletin of the British Myriapod and Isopod Group. Tables of contents of all three periodicals are available. Additionally the society produces a newsletter, which is downloadable. Besides this web site gives hinds how to collect woodlice. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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