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A third species of the endemic Floridian milliped genus Floridobolus Causey, 1957 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae: Floridobolinae)
By Rowland Shelley
Center For Systematic Entomology, INC., Gainesville, FL, 2014
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The species of the milliped genus Tylobolus (Diplopoda: Spirobolida). A re-examination.
By Keeton, William
Transactions of the American Entomological Society , 92(1), 17–28, 1966
Keeton, W. (1966). The species of the milliped genus Tylobolus (Diplopoda: Spirobolida). A re-examination. Transactions of the American Entomological Society , 92(1), 17–28.

Includes a map of species and notes on color, size, and non-technical (although less precise) methods of distinguishing species.

The milliped genus Onychelus Cook (Spirobolida: Atopetholidae: Onychelinae)
By Rowland M. Shelley
Myriapodologica 5(11): 111-117, 1998

Distribution of the milliped genus Narceus Rafinesque, 1820 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae) Occurrences in New England and west...
By Shelley, R., C.T. McAllister & M.F. Medrano
Western North American Naturalist, 66(3): 374-389, 2006
Shelley, R., C.T. McAllister & M.F. Medrano. 2006. Distribution of the milliped genus Narceus Rafinesque, 1820 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae): Occurrences in New England and west of the Mississippi River, and a summary of peripheral localities; first records from Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, and Minnesota. Western North American Naturalist, 66(3): 374-389.

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Pleistocene glacial refugia across the Appalachian Mountains and coastal plain in the millipede genus Narceus
By Walker, M. J., A. K. Stockman, P. E. Marek, & J. E. Bond
BMC Evolutionary Biology, 925(25), 2009
Walker, M. J., Stockman, A. K., Marek, P. E., & Bond, J. E. (2009). Pleistocene glacial refugia across the Appalachian Mountains and coastal plain in the millipede genus Narceus: evidence from population genetic, phylogeographic, and paleoclimatic data. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 925(25)

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Anelus richardsoni (Pocock), a Gulf Coastal milliped of the United States and Mexico (Spirobolida: Allopocockiidae)
By Rowland M. Shelley, Richard L. Hoffman
Myriapodologica 3(12): 107-114, 1995

A taxonomic study of the milliped family Spirobolidae (Diplopoda; Spirobolida)
By Keeton, William
Memoirs of the American Entomological Society 17: 1–146., 1960
Keeton, William T. (1960). A taxonomic study of the milliped family Spirobolidae (Diplopoda; Spirobolida). Memoirs of the American Entomological Society 17: 1–146.

A detailed study of the family Spirobolidae, with keys and copious illustrations.

The milliped genus Piedolus Chamberlin (Spirobolida: Atopetholidae: Arinolinae)
By Rowland M. Shelley
Myriapodologica 6(8): 77-81, 2000

 
 
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