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Redescription of Brochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 and description of a second Brochopeltis species from Australia (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae).

Mesibov R - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Brochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 is redescribed from type and new material, a lectotype is designated and Brochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 is synonymised with Brochopeltismjoebergi.Brochopeltismediolocus sp. n. is the first native paradoxosomatid described from Australia's Northern Territory.

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Affiliation: Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, 2 Invermay Road, Launceston, Tasmania 7248, Australia.

ABSTRACT
Brochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 is redescribed from type and new material, a lectotype is designated and Brochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 is synonymised with Brochopeltismjoebergi. Brochopeltismediolocus sp. n. is the first native paradoxosomatid described from Australia's Northern Territory.

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A, BBrochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 CBrochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 A Lateral view of left gonopod of syntype, from Verhoeff (1924), fig. 20 B Medial view of right gonopod of paralectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 266, KASI000000026 C Lateral view of right gonopod of lectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 265, KASI000000029. Images not to same scale.
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Figure 5: A, BBrochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 CBrochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 A Lateral view of left gonopod of syntype, from Verhoeff (1924), fig. 20 B Medial view of right gonopod of paralectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 266, KASI000000026 C Lateral view of right gonopod of lectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 265, KASI000000029. Images not to same scale.

Mentions: “Male” and “female” in the text refer to adult individuals. Specimens are stored in 70–80% ethanol in their respective repositories. Gonopods were cleared in 80% lactic acid and temporarily mounted in a 1:1 glycerol:water mixture for optical microscopy. Body measurements were estimated with a Nikon SMZ800 binocular dissecting microscope using an eyepiece scale. Colour images were manually stacked using a Canon EOS 1000D digital SLR camera mounted on the Nikon SMZ800 fitted with a beam splitter, then processed with Zerene Stacker 1.04. Figs 5B and 5C were captured as screenshots from the output of a 1.3 megapixel digital video eyepiece camera mounted in one ocular tube of a Tasco LMSMB binocular microscope. Preliminary gonopod drawings were traced from prints of screenshots captured in the same way. Images and drawings were prepared for publication using GIMP 2.8.


Redescription of Brochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 and description of a second Brochopeltis species from Australia (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae).

Mesibov R - Zookeys (2015)

A, BBrochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 CBrochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 A Lateral view of left gonopod of syntype, from Verhoeff (1924), fig. 20 B Medial view of right gonopod of paralectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 266, KASI000000026 C Lateral view of right gonopod of lectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 265, KASI000000029. Images not to same scale.
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Figure 5: A, BBrochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 CBrochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 A Lateral view of left gonopod of syntype, from Verhoeff (1924), fig. 20 B Medial view of right gonopod of paralectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 266, KASI000000026 C Lateral view of right gonopod of lectotype as mounted on slide by Verhoeff, NHRS slide 265, KASI000000029. Images not to same scale.
Mentions: “Male” and “female” in the text refer to adult individuals. Specimens are stored in 70–80% ethanol in their respective repositories. Gonopods were cleared in 80% lactic acid and temporarily mounted in a 1:1 glycerol:water mixture for optical microscopy. Body measurements were estimated with a Nikon SMZ800 binocular dissecting microscope using an eyepiece scale. Colour images were manually stacked using a Canon EOS 1000D digital SLR camera mounted on the Nikon SMZ800 fitted with a beam splitter, then processed with Zerene Stacker 1.04. Figs 5B and 5C were captured as screenshots from the output of a 1.3 megapixel digital video eyepiece camera mounted in one ocular tube of a Tasco LMSMB binocular microscope. Preliminary gonopod drawings were traced from prints of screenshots captured in the same way. Images and drawings were prepared for publication using GIMP 2.8.

Bottom Line: Brochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 is redescribed from type and new material, a lectotype is designated and Brochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 is synonymised with Brochopeltismjoebergi.Brochopeltismediolocus sp. n. is the first native paradoxosomatid described from Australia's Northern Territory.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, 2 Invermay Road, Launceston, Tasmania 7248, Australia.

ABSTRACT
Brochopeltismjoebergi Verhoeff, 1924 is redescribed from type and new material, a lectotype is designated and Brochopeltismjoebergiqueenslandica Verhoeff, 1924 is synonymised with Brochopeltismjoebergi. Brochopeltismediolocus sp. n. is the first native paradoxosomatid described from Australia's Northern Territory.

No MeSH data available.