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“…At least some of the remaining orders such as Glomeridesmida, Siphonocryptida, Siphonophorida, Siphoniulida, and Stemmiulida that occur in the Oriental Region (Table 2), including areas immediately adjacent to mainland China, may also be expected to populate the country. For example, Jiang et al (2019) have recently described a fossil Siphonophorida from Cretaceous amber (ca. 99 Mya) in northern Myanmar, and an extant species is long known to occur in northern Pakistan (Golovatch 1991b).…”
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“…At least some of the remaining orders such as Glomeridesmida, Siphonocryptida, Siphonophorida, Siphoniulida, and Stemmiulida that occur in the Oriental Region (Table 2), including areas immediately adjacent to mainland China, may also be expected to populate the country. For example, Jiang et al (2019) have recently described a fossil Siphonophorida from Cretaceous amber (ca. 99 Mya) in northern Myanmar, and an extant species is long known to occur in northern Pakistan (Golovatch 1991b).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…While the known Paleozoic millipedes significantly differ from extant forms and the Cenozoic fossils can be placed in extant families and genera, the fossil record of millipedes in the entire Mesozoic Era was considered extremely poor (see Shear 1998; Shear and Edgecombe 2010; Edgecombe 2015) until recent discoveries in Burmese amber (Liu et al 2017a; Wesener and Moritz 2018; Jiang et al 2019).…”
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“…Cockerell (1917) was the first to describe a millipede from Burmese amber, Polyxenusburmiticus Cockerell, 1917, a species which was later transferred to the extant genus Phryssonotus Scudder, 1885 (Rasnitsyn and Golovatch 2004; Zhang 2017). Just recently, two species of Siphoniulida (Liu et al 2017a) and one species of Siphonophorida (Jiang et al 2019), all belonging to extant genera, have been added to the list. So far there is no described non-amber fossil which can be definitely placed in the order Callipodida, but Shear et al (2009) hypothesized that Hannibaliuluswilsonae Shear, Selden & Gall, 2009 from the Triassic of France could be a representative of Callipodida, although clear apomorphies of the order were not observable.…”
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