Thereuoneminae Verhoeff, 1905 (Chilopoda: Scutigeromorpha: Scutigeridae), a new subfamily for the Russian fauna


Maritime Territory
new records
Russian Far East

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Dyachkov, Y. V. (2022). Thereuoneminae Verhoeff, 1905 (Chilopoda: Scutigeromorpha: Scutigeridae), a new subfamily for the Russian fauna. Acta Biologica Sibirica, 8, 469–473.


Thereuonema tuberculata (Wood, 1862), genus Thereuonema Verhoeff, 1904, and subfamily Thereuoneminae Verhoeff, 1905 are recorded from Russia for the first time. A distribution map and illustrations are provided.


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