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Family Lithobiidae

 
 
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A common terminology for the external anatomy of centipedes (Chilopoda)
By Lucio Bonato, Gregory D.Edgecombe, John G.E. Lewis, Alessandro Minelli, Luis A.Pereira, Rowland M. Shelley, Marzio Zapparolli
ZooKeys 69: 17–5, 2010

Updated Checklist of Wisconsin Centipedes (Chilopoda)
By Dreux J. Watermolen
Wisconsin Entomological Society Special Publication No. 4, 1997
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An Annotated Catalog of Centipedes (Chilopoda) From the United States of America, Canada and Greenland (1758–2008)
By Randy J. Mercurio
Information here.

Myriapoda of Canada
By Langor D.W., deWaard J.R., Snyder B.A.
ZooKeys 819: 169-186, 2019

Class Chilopoda, class Symphyla and class Pauropoda. In: Zhang Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline...
By Minelli A.
Zootaxa 3148: 157–158, 2011

Fresh-Water Biology
By H. B. Ward and G. C. Whipple
Wiley, New York, 1918

Fresh-Water Biology, 2'nd ed.
By H. B. Ward and G. C. Whipple, edited by W. T. Edmondson
Wiley, New York, 1959
Read online free at Internet Archive.

Review excerpt:
"In essence, the book is now a series of illustrated keys for identification. each key being preceded by supplementary information essential to its use. These keys, with a few exceptions. are easily followed by the nonspecialist and in most instances may lead the student to a generic identification, although frequently specific determinations can be made."

Rangeland Insect-Plant Associations on the Pawnee Site
By Lavigne, R.J.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 69(4), 753-763, 1976
This little article is a treasure for naturalists in grassland habitats of western North America, with a listing of observed plant-insect associations from a grassland site in Colorado. The listing is organized by plant species and separated into observations of insect species pollen and nectar feeding, consuming flowers, consuming leaves, etc. A good reference for anyone interested in relationships between insects and plant communities in the west, as a sort of baseline set of hypotheses regarding insects to look for associated with a given common plant species.

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