Nannaria "Moores Springs", " Moores Springs ", 2021

Means, Jackson C., Hennen, Derek A. & Marek, Paul E., 2021, A revision of the minor species group in the millipede genus Nannaria Chamberlin, 1918 (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Xystodesmidae), ZooKeys 1030, pp. 1-180: 1

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1030.62544

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:48997D3B-9B4E-4348-8F30-0C8E8672569A

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/1549AAE6-0362-5943-80BF-A4819C22CED4

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scientific name

Nannaria "Moores Springs"
status

incertae sedis

Nannaria "Moores Springs"   incertae sedis Fig. 120 View Figure 120

Material examined.

United States - North Carolina • 1 ♂; Stokes County, 0.2 NNW Moores Springs , Moores Springs Cpgd.; 36.4211°N, - 80.2891°W; 4 Apr. 2002; J. Beane et al. leg.; VMNH NAN0201 GoogleMaps   1 ♂; Stokes County, 2.5 miles S of Danbury; 36.3730°N, - 80.1893°W; 1 Oct. 1950; L. Hubricht leg.; VMNH NAN0203. For detailed collection data see Suppl. material 7 GoogleMaps   .

Hypothesized placement.

Nannaria   "Moores Springs" specimens are hypothesized to be closely related to Nannaria minor   based on the following combination of gonopodal characters: Acropodite tip simple, blunt, directed medially with short distal zone. Prefemoral process thin, approaching length of acropodite. Wide basal zone when viewed anteriorly. Nannaria   "Moores Springs" specimens differ from N. minor   based on the following gonopodal characters: Telopodite basal zone with raised ridge (Fig. 120A View Figure 120 , red arrow), lacking in N. minor   . Acropodite simple, lacking medial flange found in N. minor   . Prefemoral process tip directed ventrally (Fig. 120B View Figure 120 , red triangle), not directed laterally as in N. minor   .