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Almeida, T. M.; Bueno-Villegas, J.; Rafael, J. A. (2021). Taxonomic review of the millipede genus Haematotropis Jeekel, 2000 (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Aphelidesmidae, Aphelidesminae) with descriptions of thirteen new species. Zootaxa. 5064(1): 1-71.
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10.11646/zootaxa.5064.1.1 [view]
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Almeida, T. M.; Bueno-Villegas, J.; Rafael, J. A.
2021
Taxonomic review of the millipede genus Haematotropis Jeekel, 2000 (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Aphelidesmidae, Aphelidesminae) with descriptions of thirteen new species
Zootaxa
5064(1): 1-71
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The northern South American genus Haematotropis Jeekel, 2000 is shown to presently encompass 21 species, all duly redescribed, illustrated, keyed, and mapped, including 13 new species: H. amazonica sp. nov. (Amazonas, Brazil), H. aripuanensis sp. nov. (Mato Grosso, Brazil), H. callyi sp. nov. (French Guiana), H. dentata sp. nov. (Maranhão, Brazil), H. disjunctoides sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil), H. goeldii sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil), H. jurutiensis sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil), H. driki sp. nov. (Amazonas, Brazil), H. melgacensis sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil), H. mosaica sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil), H. paraensis sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil), H. poranga sp. nov. (Pará, Brazil) and H. tysoni sp. nov. (Amazonas, Brazil). New characters are used in all descriptions and redescriptions. Aphelidesmus guianensis Chamberlin, 1923, the type species of Ochrotropis Jeekel, 2000, is a new junior synonym of Aphelidesmus divergens Chamberlin, 1918, comb. nov. ex Ochrotropis in Haematotropis
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Aphelidesmidae Brölemann, 1916 (additional source)
Aphelidesminae Brölemann, 1916 (additional source)
Aphelidesmus surinamensis Jeekel, 1950 accepted as Haematotropis callipa (Peters, 1864) (source of synonymy)
Haematotropis Jeekel, 2000 (additional source)
Haematotropis amazonica Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis aripuanensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis auroreus Jeekel, 2000 accepted as Haematotropis aurorea Jeekel, 2000 (additional source)
Haematotropis bella (Attems, 1937) (additional source)
Haematotropis bellus (Attems, 1937) accepted as Haematotropis bella (Attems, 1937) (additional source)
Haematotropis callipa (Peters, 1864) (additional source)
Haematotropis callipus (Peters, 1864) accepted as Haematotropis callipa (Peters, 1864) (additional source)
Haematotropis callyi Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis dentata Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis disjuncta Golovatch, Hoffman & Spelda, 2004 (additional source)
Haematotropis disjunctoides Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis driki Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis goeldii Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis jurutiensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis macapa Golovatch, Hoffman & Spelda, 2004 (additional source)
Haematotropis melgacensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis mosaica Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis octocentra (Brölemann, 1905) (additional source)
Haematotropis paraensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis poranga Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Haematotropis tysoni Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021 (original description)
Ochrotropis Jeekel, 2000 (additional source)
Ochrotropis guianensis (Chamberlin, 1923) accepted as Haematotropis divergens (Chamberlin, 1918) (additional source)
Holotype, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis disjuncta Golovatch, Hoffman & Spelda, 2004
Holotype, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis macapa Golovatch, Hoffman & Spelda, 2004
Paratype INPA, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis amazonica Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype INPA, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis paraensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype INPA, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis tysoni Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype INPA, geounit French Guiana, identified as Haematotropis callyi Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype IBSP 118, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis dentata Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype IBSP 3640, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis melgacensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype ZMHB MfN 121, identified as Haematotropis callipa (Peters, 1864)
Holotype MNRJ 12011, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis driki Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype MPEG MPEG.MYR 082, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis disjunctoides Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype MPEG MPEG.MYR 102, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis poranga Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype MPEG MPEG.MYR 106, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis goeldii Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype MPEG MPEG.MYR 109, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis jurutiensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype MPEG MPEG.MYR 123, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis mosaica Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Holotype MPEG MPEG.MYR 125, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis amazonica Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Paratype MPEG MPEG.MYR 174, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis amazonica Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Topotype MZUSP 948, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis bella (Attems, 1937)
Lectotype MZUSP 950, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis octocentra (Brölemann, 1905)
Holotype MZUSP 969, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis aripuanensis Almeida, Bueno-Villegas & Rafael, 2021
Syntype NHMW MY3414, geounit Brazil, identified as Haematotropis bella (Attems, 1937)
 Etymology

The name refers to the region where the species was collected. [details]

 Etymology

It refers to the type locality: Aripuanã, located in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet is dedicated to the collector, Sébastien Cally, from the French National Centre for ... [details]

 Etymology

Specific epithet derived from Latin dentatus, refering to the anterolateral teeth on paranota of rings 2–17. ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet is a combination of the name “disjuncta” and the Greek suffix “-oides”, referring to ... [details]

 Etymology

The new species is named after Dr. Adriano B. Kury, the Brazilian arachnologist, nicknamed Drik. [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet refers to the name of Emilio Goeldi, the founder of the Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Pará ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet refers to the type locality Juruti, Pará State, Brazil. [details]

 Etymology

The species name refers to the type locality: Melgaço, Pará State, Brazil. [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet mosaicus derives from Latin, making reference to an inlay of small pieces of various colors ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet corresponds to the descriptive adjective for natives from the Brazilian state of Pará. [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet “poranga” is derived from the Tupi language (Brazilian Indian language) meanings ... [details]

 Etymology

This new species is dedicated to its collector and the first author’s friend Tyson Ferreira. [details]

 Taxonomic remark

The current status of this genus is murky. Almeida et al (2021) moved the genotype, Ochrotropis guianensis to the ... [details]

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