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“…The monotypic genus Kachinophilus Bonato et al, 2014 was recognized as a member of the currently widespread family Geophilidae Leach, 1815 (Bonato et al 2014). Likewise, the only species of class Symphyla described from Burmese amber, Symphylellapatrickmuelleri Moritz & Wesener, 2018, is referred to a genus with more than 40 extant species (Moritz and Wesener 2018). In Diplopoda, the only penicillatan millipede Polyxenusburmiticus was assigned to the extant genus Phryssonotus in the family Synxenidae (Rasnitsyn and Golovatch 2004).…”
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“…The monotypic genus Kachinophilus Bonato et al, 2014 was recognized as a member of the currently widespread family Geophilidae Leach, 1815 (Bonato et al 2014). Likewise, the only species of class Symphyla described from Burmese amber, Symphylellapatrickmuelleri Moritz & Wesener, 2018, is referred to a genus with more than 40 extant species (Moritz and Wesener 2018). In Diplopoda, the only penicillatan millipede Polyxenusburmiticus was assigned to the extant genus Phryssonotus in the family Synxenidae (Rasnitsyn and Golovatch 2004).…”
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“…Burmese amber has proven to be an important source of arthropod fossils, containing no less than 849 described species of arthropods (Ross et al 2010; Ross 2018). Recently, the great importance of Burmese amber for the understanding of the Myriapoda fossil record and historical biogeography was demonstrated with the discovery of two species of the enigmatic order Siphoniulida (Liu et al 2017a), a species of the order Siphonophorida (Jiang et al 2019), and the first known fossil representative of the Symphyla family Scolopendrellidae (Moritz and Wesener 2018). A recent investigation of 460 newly discovered Diplopoda inclusions in Burmese amber included specimens belonging to 13 of the 16 extant orders, as well as the oldest known fossil representatives for eight extant orders (Wesener and Moritz 2018).…”
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“…Symphyla (Figure 6d) live in soils, mainly from undisturbed habitats with high organic matter content and rich in pore spaces [97,212]. In humid environments, some individuals can also be found in the leaf litter and under the bark of trees, to where they migrate during flooding [214].…”
Section: Myriapoda Symphylamentioning
“…Identification. The antennae are consisting of more than 20 articles, the scuta of the tergites are well-rounded, the leg bases carry styli (see Moritz and Wesener 2018).…”
Section: Class Symphyla Ryder 1880mentioning
“…The Myriapoda have an old (> 400 my) but also very fragmentary fossil record (see Shear andEdgecombe 2010, Edgecombe 2015), including the oldest known terrestrial animal (Wilson and Anderson 2004). From Burmese amber Ross (2018) listed 21 records of Myriapoda, of which 5 species were described: 3 Diplopoda (Cockerell 1917, Liu et al 2017a), 1 Chilopoda (Bonato et al 2014), and 1 Symphyla (Moritz and Wesener 2018). Burmese amber yielded the oldest fossil of the class Symphyla, the first known fossil representative of the family Scolopendrellidae (Moritz and Wesener 2018), and the first known fossils of the millipede order Siphoniulida (Liu et al 2017a).…”
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