Diplopoda


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arthropods having the body composed of numerous double somites each with two pairs of legs: millipedes

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(1998): Arthropleura und Diplopoda (Arthropoda) aus dem Unter-Rotliegend (Unter-Perm, Assel) des Thuringer Waldes (Sudwest Saale-Senke).
Chilopoda, Oligochaeta y Diplopoda constituyeron el 70% del total de la macrofauna en ambos ambientes.
La clase Diplopoda y Arachnida han sido mencionadas como indicadoras de ambientes conservados (BuenoVillegas & Rojas, 1999; Ruiz-Cobo et al., 2010).
Distribution of the taxonomic groups of edaphic arthropods classified as "Other", in the forest fragments (FF) and in the areas of abandoned pasture (AP), Itaborai, RJ, Brazil Ecossistem Taxonomic group Archaeognatha, Auchenorryncha, Blattodea, Chilopoda, Diplopoda, Gastropoda, FF Heteroptera, Hymenoptera, Isopoda, Isoptera, Coleoptera larvae, Diptera larvae, Lepidoptera larvae , Neuroptera larvae, Neuroptera, Oligochaeta, Opilionida, Pseudoscorpionida, Psocoptera, Sternorryncha, Symphyla, Thysanoptera, Thysanura Auchenorryncha, Blattodea, Coleoptera, Diplopoda, Heteroptera, Hymenoptera, Isopoda, AP Isoptera, Coleoptera larvae, Diptera larvae, Lepidoptera larvae, Neuroptera larvae, Oligochaeta, Opilionida, Orthoptera, Sternorryncha, Symphyla, Thysanoptera, Thysanura Table 3.
Descriptions and records of Mexican Diplopoda. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 59: 11-27.
Alem destes grupos citados pelos agricultores, com excecao de Lepidoptera e Gastropoda, foram tambem encontrados, atraves das coletas, os grupos Enchytraeidae, Blattodea, Isoptera, Diptera, Dermaptera, Diplopoda e Chilopoda.
815 (Diplopoda) alcanzo tambien un alto valor indicador en los micrositios EB (VI=56; P<0,001).
sp., a second species in the North American milliped family Branneriidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida: Brannerioidea).
Yoshida & Shinkai (1993) recorded Diplopoda, Diptera, Formicidae and Vespidae from a population living between boulders in Japan, while both Eckert & Moritz (1992) and Chapman (1993) recorded myriapods, Coleoptera and isopods as prey from populations in Germany and the UK respectively.
Some myriapods (Diplopoda and Chilopoda) were also recovered.
La clase Insecta fue la de mayor contribucion a la dieta identificandose 11 ordenes (84 morfotipos), seguido por Arachnida con dos ordenes (31 morfotipos), Diplopoda (1 morfotipo), Malacostraca (1 morfotipo), Gastropoda (1 morfotipo).