Spirostreptida: Iulomorphidae: Apocoptogonus species

 

Apocoptogonus fimbriatus Jeekel, 2006

  • Apocoptogonus fimbriatus
  • Apocoptogonus fimbriatus Jeekel 2006: 71 (first description); Figs 7-8 (p. 71)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2006) Millipedes from Australia, 17: A new genus and two new species of Cambalidae from New South Wales (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida). Myriapod Memoranda 8: 65-73.
  • Apocoptogonus fimbriatus Korsós and Read 2012: 45 (in Iulomorphidae catalogue)
    Korsós, Z. and Read, H.J. (2012) Redescription of Zinagon chilensis (Silvestri, 1903) from Chile, with a species list of Iulomorphidae from the Southern Hemisphere (Diplopoda: Spirostreptida: Epinannolenidea). Zootaxa 3493: 39-48.
  • Holotype: Male, Cherry Tree State Forest, near Mallanganee, 18 km E of Tabulam, NSW, Australia Expedition station 53, transition between dry sclerophyllous forest and rainforest along the Bruxner Highway, under logs, 29 October 1980, C.A.W. Jeekel and A.M. Jeekel-Rijvers, ZMA [-28.8950 152.7500 ±500 m]
  • Paratype(s): 35 males, 10 females, 9 juvenile males, 5 juvenile females, details as for holotype, ZMA
 

Apocoptogonus penicillatus Jeekel, 2006

  • Apocoptogonus penicillatus
  • Apocoptogonus penicillatus Jeekel 2006: 67 (designated type species, and first description); Figs 1-6 (p. 69)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2006) Millipedes from Australia, 17: A new genus and two new species of Cambalidae from New South Wales (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida). Myriapod Memoranda 8: 65-73.
  • Apocoptogonus penicillatus Korsós and Read 2012: 45 (in Iulomorphidae catalogue)
    Korsós, Z. and Read, H.J. (2012) Redescription of Zinagon chilensis (Silvestri, 1903) from Chile, with a species list of Iulomorphidae from the Southern Hemisphere (Diplopoda: Spirostreptida: Epinannolenidea). Zootaxa 3493: 39-48.
  • Holotype: Male, Mt Warning National Park, NSW, Australia Expedition station 52, along nature track in rainforest at the foot of Mt Warning, under logs, stones and in leaf litter, 28 October 1980, C.A.W. Jeekel and A.M. Jeekel-Rijvers, ZMA [-28.3986 153.2839 ±500 m]
  • Paratype(s): 16 males, 14 females, 2 juvenile males, 2 juvenile females, details as for holotype, ZMA