Alluviobolus, Wesener & Enghoff & Sierwald, 2009

Wesener, Thomas, Enghoff, Henrik & Sierwald, Petra, 2009, Review of the Spirobolida on Madagascar, with descriptions of twelve new genera, including three genera of ' fire millipedes' (Diplopoda), ZooKeys 19 (19), pp. 1-128: 82

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.19.221

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C473F9F6-1AE7-4B3F-B17F-CA1C2709010C

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3791451

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/1772122E-7856-FF97-FF01-3FD3AB0DE880

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scientific name

Alluviobolus
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Key to the Alluviobolus  species:

1 Male coxae 3–7 with processes ( Figs 44BView Figure 44, 45B). Telopodite of posterior gonopods with a sclerite of elongated triangular shape (x in Figs 44HView Figure 44, 45I). Body with 47–49 body rings...................................................................... 2

– Male coxal processes absent ( Fig. 47BView Figure 47). Telopodite of posterior gonopods with a sclerite of wide rectangular shape (x in Fig. 47GView Figure 47). Body with 42–44 body rings........................................................................ A. antanosy  sp. n.

2 Colour on mesozonites grey, metazonites black, dorsally with a wide red stripe. Male coxae 3 and 4 with slender processes ( Fig. 44BView Figure 44). Telopodite of posterior gonopod without a lateral membranous fringe ( Fig. 44HView Figure 44)............. ..................................................................................... A. laticlavius  sp. n.

– Colour on mesozonites dark green, metazonites red, dorsally on mesozonites with a slender orange stripe ( Fig. 42AView Figure 42). Male coxae 3–5 with a large, swollen process ( Figs 45BView Figure 45, 46BView Figure 46). Telopodite of posterior gonopod laterally with a membranous fringe ( Figs 45IView Figure 45, 46LView Figure 46)................................. A. tsimelahy  sp. n.