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Likhitrakarn, N.; Golovatch, S.I.;Panha, S. (2014). Three new species of the millipede genus Tylopus Jeekel, 1968 from Thailand, with additional notes on the species described by Attems (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae). ZooKeys. 435: 63-91.
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Likhitrakarn, N.; Golovatch, S.I.;Panha, S.
2014
Three new species of the millipede genus Tylopus Jeekel, 1968 from Thailand, with additional notes on the species described by Attems (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxosomatidae)
ZooKeys
435: 63-91
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Tylopus currently comprises 55 species, including three new from Thailand: T. corrugatus sp. n., T. trigonum sp. n. and T. parahilaroides sp. n. A new distribution map and an updated key to all 29 species of Tylopus presently known to occur in Thailand are given. Illustrated redescriptions of all four Indochinese Tylopus species described by Carl Attems are also provided, based on type material.
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Holotype CUZ CUMZ, geounit Thailand, identified as Tylopus corrugatus Likhitrakarn, Golovatch & Panha, 2014
Holotype CUZ CUMZ, geounit Thailand, identified as Tylopus parahilaroides Likhitrakarn, Golovatch & Panha, 2014
Holotype CUZ CUMZ, geounit Thailand, identified as Tylopus trigonum Likhitrakarn, Golovatch & Panha, 2014
Unknown type NHMW, geounit Thailand, identified as Tylopus corrugatus Likhitrakarn, Golovatch & Panha, 2014
 Taxonomic remark

Differs from congeners mainly in the very strongly developed paraterga with evident oblong ridges. Gonopod process ... [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Very similar to T. hilaroides, especially as regards its gonopod conformation, but differs in the presence of two ... [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Tis new species shows a peculiar colour pattern, much like that observed in T. schawalleri Golovatch, 2013, but ... [details]

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