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      A callipodidan cocoon (Diplopoda, Callipodida, Schizopetalidae)

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      International Journal of Myriapodology

      Pensoft Publishers

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          A cocoon produced by a juvenile Prolysiopetalum scabratum (L. Koch, 1867) is described and illustrated. SEM pictures of the threads are provided and previous literature on spinning in callipodidan millipedes is reviewed.

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                Journal
                International Journal of Myriapodology
                IJM
                Pensoft Publishers
                1875-2543
                1875-2535
                October 11 2011
                October 11 2011
                : 5
                : 49-53
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                10.3897/ijm.5.1995
                © 2011

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