The Myriapoda of North America
This work is a posthumous collection of the descriptive papers of C.H. Bollman on North American Myriapoda (centipedes and millipedes) edited by Prof. L.M. Underwood, who added some notes and prepared an introductory review of the literature on North America Myripods. A number of individuals helped to collect Bollman's papers and prepare the work for publication by the National Museum.
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Acad Amer anal legs anal pair anal scale anal valves antennae Antennae short attenuated basal plate beneath Bloomington Bollman Brandt brown carinae claw collected copulation foot coxae Coxal pores crassate densely pilose dorsal plates female genitalia femora Fontaria foveolae genera genus Geophilus Gervais Indiana indistinct inner side Julus Karsch Koch last pair Last segment lateral carinae Latzel Length of body Lithobius lobe male McNeill median sulcus Meinert Myriapoda Newport numerous ocelli pair of feet pair of legs Parajulus penultimate pair Phila Philos Polydesmus posterior border posteriorly prehensorial Proc produced Prosternal teeth Repugnatorial pore robust rounded Sanss Sanssure Scolopendra Scolopocryptops serratus setigerous slender smooth sparsely pilose species is described specimens spines Spiracles Spirobolus striate Stuxberg Subfamily sulcate Syst tarsal joints Trans triangular tripartite tubercles U. S. Nat unarmed ventral plate Vertex wider than long width of body Wood