2020
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.930.47513
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Abstract: Based on all available information, 339 species from 71 genera, 26 families, and eleven orders of Diplopoda have hitherto been recorded from mainland China, the fauna thus being very rich, albeit far from completely known, comprising various zoogeographic elements and populating very different environments. Diplopods mainly occur in various woodlands, in caves, and high in the mountains. Most species (> 90 %, usually highly localised, including 160 cavernicoles), 18 genera, and one family are strictly e… Show more

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“…It has hitherto been encountered at 3575-4025 m a.s.l. [Golovatch, Liu, 2020], the above new record thus coming from only a little lower elevation.…”
Section: Taxonomic Partmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…However, as all those variations are minor and definitely individual, the new material can be identified as unequivo- REMARKS. This high-montane species (2810-4170 m a.s.l., Golovatch, Liu [2020]) is widespread in Gansu and Sichuan provinces of China [Golovatch, 2017[Golovatch, , 2019a, thus being recordered herewith from Yunnan for the first time. REMARKS.…”
Section: Taxonomic Partmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…Recorded distributions of all known species. Based on all the recent literature and excluding the newly-described species, the genus Eutrichodesmus is widely distributed in southern Japan, Taiwan, southern China, mainland Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam), Indonesia (Sulawesi) and Melanesia (Vanuatu) (Golovatch et al 2009a(Golovatch et al , 2009b(Golovatch et al , 2015Liu et al 2017;Golovatch and Liu 2020; see Table 1). No Eutrichodesmus species have hitherto been reported from Cambodia.…”
Section: Abbreviations Used In Descriptionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The micropolydesmoid genus Eutrichodesmus Silvestri, 1910 is amongst the most speciose not only in Haplodesmidae, but also in the entire order Polydesmida. Its distribution ranges from southern Japan in the north, through Taiwan, continental China and mainland Southeast Asia, to Indonesia and Vanuatu in the south (Liu and Wynne 2019;Golovatch and Liu 2020). Eutrichodesmus currently comprises 54 recognised species (Sierwald and Spelda 2019), of which over half are known from continental China alone, whereas 22 species are restricted to mainland Southeast Asia.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Continental China, unlike the Nearctic + Southeast Asia + Taiwan which contain several genera of Glomeridae (11) and Protoglomeridae (1) ( Enghoff et al 2015 ; Nguyen et al 2019 ), has heretofore been known to support only numerous (32) species of a single genus, Hyleoglomeris Verhoeff, 1910, family Glomeridae ( Golovatch and Liu 2020 ). This genus presently contains 100+ species ranging from the Balkans in the west, through Greece, Anatolia, Caucasus, and Central Asia, to Korea, Japan, and Taiwan in the east and to Indochina, Indonesia (Sumatra, Java, Borneo, and Sulawesi) and the Philippines in the southeast ( Golovatch et al 2006 ; Enghoff et al 2015 ; Nguyen et al 2019 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%