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Attems, C. M. T. Graf von. (1950). Über Spirostreptiden (Diplopoda). Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien. 57: 179-257.
Attems, C. M. T. Graf von
Über Spirostreptiden (Diplopoda)
Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien
57: 179-257
CIM-ID: 2630
Myr-ID: 208
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Alloporus (Hessonoporus) Attems, 1950 accepted as Plusioporus Silvestri, 1895 (original description)
Alloporus carinulatus Attems, 1950 accepted as Plusioporus carinulatus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Alloporus circulus Attems, 1914 accepted as Doratogonus circulus (Attems, 1914) (additional source)
Alloporus fallax Attems, 1935 accepted as Doratogonus fallax (Attems, 1934) (additional source)
Alloporus hamifer Attems, 1950 accepted as Doratogonus hamifer (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Alloporus levigatus Attems, 1928 accepted as Doratogonus levigatus (Attems, 1928) (additional source)
Alloporus princeps (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Helicogonus princeps (Brölemann, 1902) (additional source)
Alloporus rhodesianus Chamberlin, 1927 accepted as Doratogonus rhodesianus (Chamberlin, 1927) (additional source)
Alloporus rugifrons Attems, 1928 accepted as Doratogonus rugifrons (Attems, 1928) (additional source)
Alloporus setiger (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Plusioporus setiger (Brölemann, 1902) (additional source)
Alloporus uncinatus Attems, 1914 accepted as Doratogonus uncinatus (Attems, 1914) (additional source)
Alogostreptus Attems, 1950 accepted as Urostreptus Silvestri, 1897 (original description)
Alogostreptus nattereri Attems, 1950 accepted as Urostreptus cultratus (Humbert & Saussure, 1870) (original description)
Brevitibius Attems, 1950 (original description)
Charactopygus frequens Attems, 1938 accepted as Kartinikus australis Attems, 1914 (additional source)
Dicranostreptus Attems, 1950 accepted as Plusioporus Silvestri, 1895 (original description)
Doratogonus incertus (Attems, 1934) accepted as Eiphorus incertus (Attems, 1935) (new combination reference)
Doratogonus multiannulatus (Carl, 1909) accepted as Spirostreptus multiannulatus Carl, 1909 (additional source)
Epistreptus Silvestri, 1897 (additional source)
Epistreptus angustifrons (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Cladostreptus angustifrons (Brölemann, 1902) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus anulatus (Attems, 1914) accepted as Sechelleptus anulatus (Attems, 1914) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus austerus Attems, 1950 accepted as Tropostreptus austerus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Epistreptus australis (Attems, 1914) accepted as Kartinikus australis Attems, 1914 (new combination reference)
Epistreptus biramus (Attems, 1943) accepted as Microtrullius biramus Attems, 1943 (new combination reference)
Epistreptus cerasopus (Attems, 1914) accepted as Pseudotibiozus cerasopus (Attems, 1914) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus colonus (Attems, 1914) accepted as Kartinikus colonus Attems, 1914 (additional source)
Epistreptus colonus denticulatus (Attems, 1914) accepted as Kartinikus colonus denticulatus Attems, 1914 (new combination reference)
Epistreptus confragosus (Karsch, 1881) accepted as Mayastreptus confragosus (Karsch, 1881) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus confusus (Attems, 1950) accepted as Sechelleptus confusus (Attems, 1950) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus convolutus (Saussure & Zehntner, 1902) accepted as Sechelleptus pyrhozonus (Gerstäcker, 1873) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus coriaceus (Saussure & Zehntner, 1902) accepted as Sechelleptus coriaceus (De Saussure & Zehntner, 1901) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus dipticus (Brölemann, 1904) accepted as Cladostreptus dipticus (Brölemann, 1904) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus iheringii (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Hemigymnostreptus iheringii (Brölemann, 1902) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus laetus (Chamberlin, 1922) accepted as Mayastreptus laetus (Chamberlin, 1922) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus lambertoni (Brölemann, 1923) accepted as Sechelleptus lambertoni (Brölemann, 1923) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus montanus (Attems, 1909) accepted as Thiangetastreptus montanus (Attems, 1909) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus oscenus Silvestri, 1897 (additional source)
Epistreptus oyapokanus (Attems, 1914) accepted as Plusioporus oyapokanus (Attems, 1914) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus parilis (Karsch, 1881) accepted as Spiropoeus fischeri Brandt, 1833 (new combination reference)
Epistreptus procerus (Attems, 1935) accepted as Analocostreptus missionarius (Attems, 1953) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus subsericeus (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Gymnostreptus subsericeus (Brölemann, 1902) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus uncinatus Attems, 1950 accepted as Microtrullius uncinatus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Epistreptus vagans (Chamberlin, 1922) accepted as Mayastreptus vagans (Chamberlin, 1922) (new combination reference)
Epistreptus yambatanus (Attems, 1934) accepted as Analocostreptus yambatanus (Attems, 1934) (new combination reference)
Eumekius Attems, 1914 (additional source)
Eumekius inflatannulatus (Verhoeff, 1941) accepted as Haplogonopus inflatannulatus Verhoeff, 1941 (new combination reference)
Globanus molleri (Verhoeff, 1892) accepted as Globanus integer (Karsch, 1884) (new combination reference)
Gymnostreptus (Listrostreptus) broelemanni Verhoeff, 1941 accepted as Orthoporus broelemanni (Verhoeff, 1941) (new combination reference)
Helicosolenus Attems, 1950 accepted as Heteropyge Silvestri, 1897 (original description)
Helicosolenus lineolatus Attems, 1950 accepted as Heteropyge lineolatus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Helicosolenus solitarius Attems, 1950 accepted as Heteropyge solitarius (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Ischiotrichus Attems, 1950 (original description)
Ischiotrichus langi (Chamberlin, 1927) (additional source)
Ischiotrichus trichogonus (Attems, 1935) (new combination reference)
Ischiotrichus virilis (Attems, 1935) (new combination reference)
Isophyllostreptus Brölemann, 1919 (additional source)
Isophyllostreptus eyraudi (Brölemann, 1919) (new combination reference)
Isophyllostreptus fangaroka (De Saussure & Zehntner, 1901) (new combination reference)
Julus montezumae Saussure, 1859 accepted as Orthoporus montezumae (Saussure, 1859) (new combination reference)
Kartinikus Attems, 1914 (additional source)
Kochliogonopus geayi (Brölemann, 1898) accepted as Nanostreptus geayi (Brölemann, 1898) (new combination reference)
Kochliogonopus trilobatus (Attems, 1914) accepted as Charactopygus trilobatus Attems, 1914 (new combination reference)
Kochliogonus Attems, 1950 accepted as Gymnostreptus Brölemann, 1902 (original description)
Kochliogonus claviger (Verhoeff, 1942) accepted as Exospermitius claviger Verhoeff, 1941 (new combination reference)
Kochliogonus novarae Attems, 1950 accepted as Autostreptus chilensis (Gervais, 1847) (original description)
Kochliogonus ventralis (Porat, 1876) accepted as Gymnostreptus porati Hoffman, 1997 (new combination reference)
Ktenostreptus debilis Attems, 1936 (additional source)
Ktenostreptus exiguus Attems, 1950 accepted as Leptostreptus exiguus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Mardonius anaulax (Attems, 1896) accepted as Pseudotibiozus anaulax (Attems, 1896) (new combination reference)
Mardonius betsilea (Saussure & Zehntner, 1902) accepted as Charactopygus betsilea (De Saussure & Zehntner, 1901) (new combination reference)
Mardonius branconius Attems, 1950 accepted as Gymnostreptus branconius (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Mardonius brasilianus Attems, 1950 accepted as Gymnostreptus vagabundus (Schubart, 1945) (original description)
Mardonius interruptus (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Cladostreptus interruptus (Brölemann, 1902) (new combination reference)
Mardonius legationis Attems, 1950 accepted as Gymnostreptus microps (Porat, 1876) (original description)
Mardonius lucifugus (Brölemann, 1920) accepted as Charactopygus lucifugus Brölemann, 1920 (new combination reference)
Mardonius nakitawa (Silvestri, 1907) accepted as Obelostreptus nakitawa (Silvestri, 1907) (additional source)
Mardonius perlucens (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Cladostreptus perlucens (Brölemann, 1902) (new combination reference)
Mardonius rusticus Attems, 1950 accepted as Gymnostreptus rusticus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Mardonius sculpturatus Attems, 1914 (additional source)
Mardonius semicinctus (Brölemann, 1902) accepted as Cladostreptus semicinctus (Brölemann, 1902) (new combination reference)
Mardonius solitarius (Carl, 1909) accepted as Limnostreptus solitarius (Carl, 1909) (new combination reference)
Mardonius triangulatus (Schubart, 1945) accepted as Cearostreptus triangulatus Schubart, 1945 (new combination reference)
Metagonocoelius leviceps Attems, 1950 accepted as Anethoporus leviceps (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Metagonocoelius ornatus Verhoeff, 1941 accepted as Anethoporus abstemius (Karsch, 1881) (additional source)
Microtrullius Attems, 1950 (original description)
Nanostreptus gracilior Chamberlin, 1923 (status source)
Odontostreptus Attems, 1914 (additional source)
Onychostreptus Attems, 1950 accepted as Telodeinopus Verhoeff, 1941 (original description)
Onychostreptus canaliculatus (Porat, 1894) accepted as Telodeinopus canaliculatus (Porat, 1894) (new combination reference)
Onychostreptus erroneus Attems, 1950 accepted as Telodeinopus lanceolatus (Demange, 1965) (original description)
Onychostreptus sicarius (Attems, 1935) accepted as Telodeinopus sicarius (Attems, 1935) (new combination reference)
Orthoporus caelatus Loomis, 1936 (new combination reference)
Orthoporus chiriquensis Pocock, 1910 (additional source)
Orthoporus lomonti Brölemann, 1932 (new combination reference)
Pemptoporus augur (Silvestri, 1897) accepted as Isoporostreptus augur (Silvestri, 1897) (additional source)
Pemptoporus brasilianus Attems, 1950 accepted as Plusioporus brasilianus (Attems, 1950) (original description)
Pemptoporus novarae (Attems, 1927) accepted as Plusioporus novarae (Attems, 1927) (new combination reference)
Plusioporus bukobanus (Attems, 1927) accepted as Rhapidostreptus bukobanus (Attems, 1927) (new combination reference)
Plusioporus sulcatus (Voges, 1878) accepted as Telodeinopus sulcatus (Voges, 1878) (additional source)
Scaphiostreptus aberrans (Brölemann, 1923) accepted as Sechelleptus aberrans (Brölemann, 1923) (new combination reference)
Africa for Epistreptus uncinatus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Alloporus carinulatus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Alogostreptus nattereri Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Mardonius branconius Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Mardonius brasilianus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Mardonius legationis Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Mardonius rusticus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Pemptoporus brasilianus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Spirostreptus splendidus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Tibiozus armatus Attems, 1950 
Brazil for Trichogonostreptus carli Attems, 1950 
Chile for Kochliogonus novarae Attems, 1950 
Colombia for Scaphiostreptus drepanophorus Attems, 1950 
Costa Rica for Scaphiostreptus conifer Attems, 1950 
East Africa for Epistreptus austerus Attems, 1950 
Hawaii for Scaphiostreptus caperanus Attems, 1950  (origin: alien)
Lesotho for Scaphiostreptus hamifer Attems, 1950 
Mexico for Scaphiostreptus asper Attems, 1950 
Mexico for Scaphiostreptus capucinus Attems, 1950 
Mexico for Scaphiostreptus comminutus Attems, 1950 
Mexico for Scaphiostreptus rugiceps Attems, 1950 
Paraguay for Helicosolenus lineolatus Attems, 1950 
Paraguay for Helicosolenus solitarius Attems, 1950 
Sri Lanka for Ktenostreptus exiguus Attems, 1950 
Tanzania for Alloporus hamifer Attems, 1950 
Tanzania for Scaphiostreptus levigatus Attems, 1950 
Tanzania for Spirostreptus strongylopygus Attems, 1950 
Uganda for Tibiozus robustus Attems, 1950 
Venezuela for Metagonocoelius leviceps Attems, 1950 
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