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Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement 51

now changed to Insect Systematics and Evolution Supplement


ESS 51.
ENGHOFF, H. (Ed.) Many-legged animals — A collection of papers on Myriapoda and Onychophora. Proceeding of the 10th Intern. Congr. in 1996. 1997. 329 pp. SEK 240.

Enghoff, H.: Introduction: Myriapods and myriapodology.
Dohle, W.: Are the insects more closely related to the crustaceans than to the myriapods?
Rosenberg, J., Krüger, E. & Peters, W.: Intense receptor-mediated endocytosis in nephrocytes of Myriapoda.
Shultz, J. W. & Regier, J. C.: Progress towards a molecular phylogeny of the centipede orders (Chilopoda).
Schileyko, A. A. & Pavlinov, I. J.: A cladistic analysis of the order Scolopendromorpha (Chilopoda).
Prunescu, C.-C.: The anatomy and evolution of the genital system in Scolopendromorpha (Chilopoda).
Hilken, G.: Tracheal systems in Chilopoda: a comparison under phylogenetic aspects.
Berto, D., Fusco, G. & Minelli, A.: Segmental units and shape control in Chilopoda.
Greven, H., Rosenberg, J. & Latka, I.: Cytochemical notes on the specialized cuticle of the coxal organs in +Lithobius forficatus: Demonstration of lecitins and chitin (Chilopoda, Lithobiomorpha: Lithobiidae).
Pereira, L. A., Foddai, D. & Minelli, A.: Zoogeographical aspects of Neotropical Geophilomorpha (Chilopoda).
Stoev, P.: A check-list of the centipedes of the Balkan peninsula with some taxonomic notes and a complete bibliography (Chilopoda).
Fründ, H.-C., Balkenhol, B. & Ruszkowski, B.: Chilopoda in forest habitat-islands in north-west Westphalia, Germany.
Morais, J. W. de, Adis, J., Berti-Filho, E., Pereira, L. A., Minelli, A. & Barbieri, F.: On abundance, phenology and natural history of Geophilomorpha from a mixedwater inundation forest in Central Amazonia (Chilopoda).
Zapparoli, M.: Centipedes of a wasteland urban area in Rome, Italy (Chilopoda).
Zerm, M.: Distribution and phenology of Lamyctes fulvicornis and other lithobiomorph centipedes in the floodplain of the Lower Oder Valley, Germany (Chilopoda: Henicopidae, Lithobiidae).
Hoess, R., Scholl, A. & Lörtscher, M.: The Glomeris-taxa hexasticha and intermedia: species or subspecies? — allozyme data (Diplopoda, Glomerida: Glomeridae).
Mauriès, J.-P.: Is the family Atopogestidae based on a case of teratology or a periodomorphic stage? (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida, Odontopygoidea).
Sørensen, L.: A new species of the previously monotypic genus Allocotoproctus from the Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania (Diplopoda, Polydesmida: Oxydesmidae).
Bano, K. & Murthy, J. B.: Gonopods of some South Indian paradoxosomatid millipedes (Diplopoda, Polydesmida).
Curcic, B. P. & Makarov, S. E.: Postembryonic development of Bulgarosoma lazarevensis — a cave dwelling milliped from Yugoslavia (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida: Anthroleucosomatidae).
Nguyen Duy-Jacquemin, M.: Fine structure and possible functions of antennal sensilla in Polyxenus lagurus (Diplopoda, Penicillata: Polyxenidae).
Kania, G. & Rzeski, W.: In vitro phagocytic activity of hemocytes of Ommatoiulus sabulosus: preliminary observations (Diplopoda, Julida: Julidae).
Xylander, W. E. R. & Bogusch, O.. Granular hemocytes as the main location of prophenoloxidase in the millipede Rhapidostreptus virgator (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida: Spirostreptidae).
Curcic, B. P. & Makarov, S. E.: Diversification and biogeographic features in millipedes in Serbia, Yugoslavia (Diplopoda).
Golovatch, S. I.: On the main traits of milliped distribution and faunogenesis in Eurasia (Diplopoda).
Hamer, L. A.: A preliminary assessment of the southern African milliped fauna: diversity and conservation (Diplopoda).
Korsos, Z.: The milliped fauna of the Dr‡va region, southern Hungary (Diplopoda).
Tajovsky, K.: Distribution of millipedes along an altitudinal gradient in three mountain regions in the Czech and Slovak Republics (Diplopoda).
Wytwer, J. Millipede communities of inundated ash-alder forests in Puszcza Bialowieska, Poland (Diplopoda).
Bailey, P. T.: Decline of an invading millipede, Ommatoiulus moreleti in South Australia: the need for a better understanding of the mechanism (Diplopoda, Julida: Julidae).
Bourdanné, D. K.: Influence de l´anthropisation sur le peuplement en Diplopodes de la région d´Abidjan, Côte d´Ivoire (Diplopoda).
David, J.-F. & Vannier, G.: Cold-hardiness of European millipedes (Diplopoda).
Ishii, K.: Comparative biological study of the penicillate diplopods in Japan (Diplopoda, Penicillata).
Kime, R. D.: Year-round pitfall trapping of millipedes in mainly open grassland in Belgium (Diplopoda).
Mahsberg, D.: Pelmatojulus tigrinus, a key detritivore of a tropical gallery forest (Diplopoda, Spirobolida: Pachybolidae).
Krell, F.-T., Schmitt, T. & Linsenmair, K. E.: Diplopod defensive secretions as attractants for necrophagous scarab beetles (Diplopoda; Insecta, Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
Mwabvu, T.: Millipedes in small-scale farming systems in Zimbabwe: abundance and diversity (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida).
Serra, A., Miquel, C., Mateos, E. & Vicente, C.: Study of a soil Julidae community in Mediterranean forest (Diplopoda, Julidae).
Adis, J., Caoduro, G., Messner, B. & Enghoff, H.: On the semiaquatic behaviour of a new troglobitic millipede from northern Italy (Diplopoda, Polydesmida: Polydesmidae).
Adis, J., Scheller, U., Morais, J. W. de, Rochus, C. & Rodrigues, J. M. G.: Symphyla from Amazonian non-flooded upland forests and their adaptations to inundation forests.
Brockmann, C., Mesibov, R. & Ruhberg, H.: Observations on Ooperipatellus decoratus, an oviparous onychophoran from Tasmania (Onychophora: Peripatopsidae).