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      A new species and a new record of the Southeast Asian millipede genus Antheromorpha Jeekel, 1968 (Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae) from Vietnam

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          Antheromorpha nguyeni sp. n. is described and illustrated from Kon Ka Kinh National Park, southern Vietnam. The new species is distinguished by a peculiar colour pattern showing a uniformly black-brown body contrasting with yellow-brown paraterga and epiproct, as well as in the pointed gonopodal process being unusually short, only approximately half as long as the solenophore. In addition, an identification key to all 13 presently known species, all mapped, is given. A new record of A. festiva is provided from southern Vietnam.

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          Revision of the Southeast Asian millipede genus Orthomorpha Bollman, 1893, with the proposal of a new genus (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae)

          Abstract The large genus Orthomorpha is rediagnosed and is shown to currently comprise 51 identifiable species ranging from northern Myanmar and Thailand in the Northwest to Lombok Island, Indonesia in the Southeast. Of them, 20 species have been revised and/or abundantly illustrated, based on a restudy of mostly type material; further 12 species are described as new: Orthomorpha atypica sp. n., Orthomorpha communis sp. n., Orthomorpha isarankurai sp. n., Orthomorpha picturata sp. n., Orthomorpha similanensis sp. n., Orthomorpha suberecta sp. n., Orthomorpha tuberculifera sp. n., Orthomorpha subtuberculifera sp. n. and Orthomorpha latiterga sp. n., all from Thailand, as well as Orthomorpha elevata sp. n., Orthomorpha spiniformis sp. n. and Orthomorpha subelevata sp. n., from northern Malaysia. The type-species Orthomorpha beaumontii (Le Guillou, 1841) is redescribed in due detail from male material as well, actually being a senior subjective synonym of Orthomorpha spinala (Attems, 1932), syn. n. Two additional new synonymies are proposed: Orthomorpha rotundicollis (Attems, 1937) = Orthomorpha tuberculata (Attems, 1937), syn. n., and Orthomorpha butteli Carl, 1922 = Orthomorpha consocius Chamberlin, 1945, syn. n., the valid names to the left. All species have been keyed and all new and some especially widespread species have been mapped. Further six species, including two revised from type material, are still to be considered dubious, mostly because their paraterga appear to be too narrow to represent Orthomorpha species. A new genus, Orthomorphoides gen. n., diagnosed versus Orthomorpha through only moderately well developed paraterga, coupled with a poorly bi- or trifid gonopod tip, with at least some of its apical prongs being short spines, is erected for two species: Orthomorpha setosus (Attems, 1937), the type-species, which is also revised from type material, and Orthomorpha exaratus (Attems, 1953), both comb. n. ex Orthomorpha .
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            Myriapoda 3. Polydesmoidea I. Fam. Strongylosomidae.

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              Diplopoda of India.

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                1313-2989
                1313-2970
                2019
                19 March 2019
                : 832
                : 77-89
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Division of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agricultural Production, Maejo University, Chiang Mai 50290, Thailand Maejo University Chiang Mai Thailand
                [2 ] AN Severtsov Institute for Problems of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leninsky pr. 33, Moscow 119071, Russia AN Severtsov Institute for Problems of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow Russia
                [3 ] Joint Russian-Vietnamese Tropical Center, Street 3 Thang 2, Q10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Joint Russian-Vietnamese Tropical Center Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam
                [4 ] Animal Systematics Research Unit, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand Chulalongkorn University Bangkok Thailand
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                Corresponding author: Somsak Panha ( somsak.pan@ 123456chula.ac.th ); Sergei I Golovatch ( sgolovatch@ 123456yandex.ru )

                Academic editor: Robert Mesibov

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                10.3897/zookeys.832.32596
                6435599
                Natdanai Likhitrakarn, Sergei I. Golovatch, Irina Semenyuk, Somsak Panha

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                Polydesmida
                Polydesmidae
                Systematics
                Cenozoic
                Asia

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