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Species Narceus americanus-annularis-complex - Narceus americanus/annularis complex

 
 
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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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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 chemical defenses of millipedes (Diplopoda): Biochemistry, physiology and ecology
By Shear W.A.
Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 61: 78‒117, 2015

Practical keys to the orders and families of millipedes of the Neotropical region (Myriapoda: Diplopoda)
By Hoffman R.L., Golovatch S.I., Adis J.U., Wellington de Morais J.
Amazoniana 14: 1‒35, 1996

A checklist of the millipeds of Mexico and Central America
By Loomis H.F.
Bull. USNM 266: 1‒137, 1968

Millipedes of Ohio field guide
By Derek Hennen and Jeff Brown
Ohio Division of Wildlife, 2021
The Ohio Division of Wildlife publishes small field guide booklets on the various flora and fauna of the state. These booklets are aimed at a general audience, with a focus on identifying species based on photos. They include distribution and identification information of Ohio species, and are available for free from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources website. The Millipedes of Ohio field guide can be downloaded directly from [ur

Discovery of a glowing millipede in California and the gradual evolution of bioluminescence in Diplopoda
By Paul E. Marek, Wendy Moore
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol 112 (20): 6419-6424, 2015
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Quote: "The rediscovery of the Californian millipede Xystocheir bistipita surprisingly reveals that the species is bioluminescent."

 
 
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