Spirobolida: Rhinocricidae: Acladocricus species

 

Acladocricus simplex (Verhoeff, 1924)

  • Acladocricus simplex
  • Adelobolus simplex Verhoeff 1924: 110 (comparison with transversesulcatus, and first description)
    Verhoeff, K.W. (1924) Results of Dr. E. Mjöberg's scientific expeditions to Australia 1910-1913. 34. Myriapoda: Diplopoda. Arkiv för Zoologi 16(5): 1-142, pls 1-5.
  • Adelobolus simplex Hoffman and Keeton 1960: 6 (in genus catalogue; designated as type of Adelobolus)
    Hoffman, R.L. and Keeton, W.L. (1960) A list of the generic names proposed in the Diplopod order Spirobolida, with their type-species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 86: 1-26.
  • Adelobolus simplex Jeekel 1971: 191 (in genus catalogue as type of Adelobolus)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (1971) Nomenclator generum et familiarum Diplopodorum: a list of the genus and family-group names in the Class Diplopoda from the 10th edition of Linnaeus, 1758, to the end of 1957. Monografieën van de Nederlandse Entomologische Vereniging 5: i-xii, 1-412. [Dated 1970, published 1971]
  • Adelobolus simplex Jeekel 1981: 36 (in list of species recorded from eastern Australia)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (1981) Australia Expedition 1980; legit C.A.W. Jeekel and A.M. Jeekel-Rijvers. List of collecting stations, together with general notes on the distribution of millipedes in eastern Australia and Tasmania. Verslagen en Technische Gegevens, Instituut voor Taxonomische Zoölogie (Zoölogisch Museum), Universiteit van Amsterdam 30: 1-59.
  • Adelobolus simplex Jeekel 2001: 23 (in species catalogue)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2001) A bibliographic catalogue of the Spirobolida of the Oriental and Australian Regions (Diplopoda). Myriapod Memoranda 4: 3-104.
  • Acladocricus simplex Marek et al. 2003: 12 (in species catalogue; new combination)
    Marek, P.E., Bond, J.E. and Sierwald, P. (2003) Rhinocricidae systematics. II. A species catalog of the Rhinocricidae (Diplopoda: Spirobolida) with synonymies. Zootaxa 308: 1-108.
  • Adelobolus simplex Jeekel 2006: 93 (in taxonomic discussion), 95 (in species key), 98 (redescription), 99 ('The record based on a juvenile female from Malanda is dubious.')
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2006) Millipedes from Australia, 19: Queensland Rhinocricidae: a first reconnaissance (Diplopoda, Spirobolida). Myriapod Memoranda 8: 91-102.
  • Syntype(s): 1 male, 2 females, Mt Tamborine, Qld, October, E. Mjöberg [1912 (Ferrier 2006: 2)], possibly in NHRM [-27.9690 153.1980 ±5 km]
  • Syntype(s): 1 juvenile female, Malanda, Qld, E. Mjöberg [1913 (Ferrier 2006: 5)], possibly in NHRM [-17.3520 145.5930 ±5 km]
 

Acladocricus transversesulcatus (Verhoeff, 1924)

  • Acladocricus transversesulcatus
  • Adelobolus transversesulcatus Verhoeff 1924: 110 (comparison with simplex), 111 (first description)
    Verhoeff, K.W. (1924) Results of Dr. E. Mjöberg's scientific expeditions to Australia 1910-1913. 34. Myriapoda: Diplopoda. Arkiv för Zoologi 16(5): 1-142, pls 1-5.
  • Adelobolus transversesulcatus Jeekel 1981: 36 (in list of species recorded from eastern Australia)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (1981) Australia Expedition 1980; legit C.A.W. Jeekel and A.M. Jeekel-Rijvers. List of collecting stations, together with general notes on the distribution of millipedes in eastern Australia and Tasmania. Verslagen en Technische Gegevens, Instituut voor Taxonomische Zoölogie (Zoölogisch Museum), Universiteit van Amsterdam 30: 1-59.
  • Adelobolus transversesulcatus Jeekel 2001: 23 (in species catalogue)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2001) A bibliographic catalogue of the Spirobolida of the Oriental and Australian Regions (Diplopoda). Myriapod Memoranda 4: 3-104.
  • Acladocricus transversesulcatus Marek et al. 2003: 13 (in species catalogue; new combination)
    Marek, P.E., Bond, J.E. and Sierwald, P. (2003) Rhinocricidae systematics. II. A species catalog of the Rhinocricidae (Diplopoda: Spirobolida) with synonymies. Zootaxa 308: 1-108.
  • Adelobolus transversesulcatus Jeekel 2006: 95 (in species key), 99 (redescription) ('The locality of this species is close to that of A. simplex. Considering the differences between the two species observed by Verhoeff, relating to details of the anal somite and the metazonal striation, I fear that A. transversesulcatus is just a synonym of A. simplex. Of course, an other possibility would be that it belongs to one of the other Australian rhinocricid genera, but this seems unlikely.')
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2006) Millipedes from Australia, 19: Queensland Rhinocricidae: a first reconnaissance (Diplopoda, Spirobolida). Myriapod Memoranda 8: 91-102.
  • Holotype: Female, Glen Lamington [Lamington Glen], Qld, E. Mjöberg [1912 (Ferrier 2006: 2)], possibly in NHRM [-28.2500 153.0167 ±5 km]
  • Paratype(s): None