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Containing group: Pauropoda


Allen, R. T. 1990. Eurypauropus spinosus (Arthropoda, Pauropoda, Eurypauropodidae) from Arkansas and a key to the North American Eurypauropus species. Entomological News 101:95-97.

Scheller, U. 1981. Pauropodidae and Eurypauropodidae (Myriapoda, Pauropoda) from the USSR. Entomologica Scandinavica 12:163-172.

Scheller U. 1985. Taxonomic and distributional notes on pauropods from the United States (Myriapoda, Pauropoda, Pauropodidae, Eurypauropodidae). Entomologica Scandinavica 16:237-257.

Scheller U. 1990. A list of the British Pauropoda with description of a new species of Eurypauropodidae (Myriapoda). Journal of Natural History 24:1179-1195.

Scheller, U. 1995. Pauropoda (Pauropodidae, Eurypauropodidae) from North-Western Thailand. Tropical Zoology 8:7-41.

Scheller, U. 1996. A new species of Samarangopus (Myriapoda: Pauropoda) from Papua New Guinea. Rec. West. Aust. Mus. 18:87-91.

Schuster, R. and K. Hasenhutl. 1983. The spermatophore of eurypauropodids (Myriapoda, Pauropoda). Zoologischer Anzeiger 211:187-196.

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