Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae: Australiosomatinae: Antichiropodini: Tridactylogonus species

 

Tridactylogonus obscurus Jeekel, 1982

  • Tridactylogonus obscurus
  • Tridactylogonus obscurus Jeekel 1982: 128 (first description); Fig. 4 (p. 126)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (1982) Millipedes from Australia, 1: Antichiropodini from South Australia (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae). Bulletin Zo├Âlogisch Museum, Universiteit van Amsterdam 8(14): 121-132.
  • Tridactylogonus obscurus Jeekel 1985: 34 (in list of species recorded from SA)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (1985) Millipedes from Australia, 5: Australiosomatini from South Australia, with a note on the status of Polydesmus innotatus Karsch, and first record of a second Mediterranean julid in Australia (Diplopoda: Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae and Julida, Julidae). Records of the South Australian Museum 19(3): 19-37.
  • Tridactylogonus obscurus Shelley et al. 2000: 135 (in genus catalogue, as type of Tridactylogonus)
    Shelley, R.M., Sierwald, P., Kiser, S.B. and Golovatch, S.I. (2000) Nomenclator generum et familiarum Diplopodorum II. A List of the Genus and Family-Group Names in the Class Diplopoda from 1958 through 1999. Pensoft, Sofia, 167 pp.
  • Tridactylogonus obscurus Jeekel 2002: 77 (in list of species recorded from SA)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2002) Millipedes from Australia, 14: A third contribution to the South Australian Paradoxosomatidae (Diplopoda, Polydesmida). Myriapod Memoranda 5: 60-77.
  • Tridactylogonus obscurus Nguyen and Sierwald 2013: 1160 (in Paradoxosomatidae catalogue)
    Nguyen, A.D. and Sierwald, P. (2013) A worldwide catalog of the family Paradoxosomatidae Daday, 1889 (Diplopoda: Polydesmida). Check List 9(6): 1132-1353.
  • Tridactylogonus obscurus Mesibov 2017: Fig. 5A (p. 105)
    Mesibov, R. (2017) A new species of Tridactylogonus Jeekel, 1982 from South Australia (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae). ZooKeys 703:97-107.
  • Holotype: Male, Bungaree, SA, presented by Ed. Barton, 27 February 1885, SAM OM1329 [-33.7500 138.5667 ±5 km]
  • Paratype(s): 2 males, 2 females, details as for holotype, SAM OM1330, OM1331
  • Note: Also 1 male, 1 female, top end of Alligator Gorge, near Wilmington, SA, 12 June 1954, G.F. Gross, SAM in 'ESI 1334', sample missing ['The material from near Wilmington is provisionally referred to the present species, but cannot be regarded as paratypical' (Jeekel 1982b: 131)]
 

Tridactylogonus rugosissimus Jeekel, 2002

  • Tridactylogonus rugosissimus
  • Tridactylogonus rugosissimus Jeekel 2002: 61 (first description), 77 (in list of species recorded from SA); Figs 2, 3 (p. 62)
    Jeekel, C.A.W. (2002) Millipedes from Australia, 14: A third contribution to the South Australian Paradoxosomatidae (Diplopoda, Polydesmida). Myriapod Memoranda 5: 60-77.
  • Tridactylogonus rugosissimus Nguyen and Sierwald 2013: 1160 (in Paradoxosomatidae catalogue)
    Nguyen, A.D. and Sierwald, P. (2013) A worldwide catalog of the family Paradoxosomatidae Daday, 1889 (Diplopoda: Polydesmida). Check List 9(6): 1132-1353.
  • Tridactylogonus rugosissimus Mesibov 2017: 103 (in taxonomic discussion); Figs 5B, 5D (p. 105)
    Mesibov, R. (2017) A new species of Tridactylogonus Jeekel, 1982 from South Australia (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae). ZooKeys 703:97-107.
  • Holotype: Male, Eyre Peninsula, Marble Ranges, SA, dense broom bush, pitfall, 4 October 1979, P.J.M. Greenslade, SAM sample missing [-34.4550 135.4870 ±5 km]
  • Paratype(s): None
 

Tridactylogonus warrenbenensis Mesibov, 2017

  • Tridactylogonus warrenbenensis
  • Tridactylogonus warrenbenensis Mesibov 2017: 98 (first description); Figs 2 (p. 101), 3 (p. 102), 4 (p. 104), 5C, 5E (p. 105)
    Mesibov, R. (2017) A new species of Tridactylogonus Jeekel, 1982 from South Australia (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae). ZooKeys 703:97-107.
  • Holotype: Male, Warrenben Conservation Park, SA, -35.1102 137.0222 ±25 m, 30 m a.s.l., 16 August 2017, R. Mesibov and C. Arnold, open she-oak woodland, SAM OM2184
  • Paratype(s): 3 males, 7 females, details as for holotype, SAM OM2185-OM2194