Nannaria "Bina", " Bina ", 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

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

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scientific name

Nannaria "Bina"
status

incertae sedis

Nannaria "Bina"   incertae sedis Fig. 116 View Figure 116

Material examined.

United States - North Carolina • 3 ♂♂; Ashe County, 3 miles NW of Lansing ; 36.5299°N, - 81.5493°W; 13 Oct. 1963; R. Hoffman leg.; VMNH NAN0133 GoogleMaps   7 ♂♂; Ashe County, 2 mi. E of Grayson ; 36.5361°N, - 81.6477°W; 17 May 1974; R. Hoffman leg.; VMNH NAN0162 GoogleMaps   1 ♂; Ashe County, Bina ; 36.4836°N, - 81.4991°W; 17 May 1974; R. Hoffman leg.; VMNH NAN0163 • SCAU GoogleMaps   - Tennessee • 1 ♂; Johnson County, Backbone Rock Rec. Area 4 mi. S of Damascus; 36.5938°N, - 81.8140°W; 2 June 1974; R. Hoffman, L. Knight leg.; VMNH NAN0140 GoogleMaps   14 ♂♂; same collection data as preceding; 4 Sep. 1969; R. Hoffman leg.; VMNH NAN0161. For detailed collection data see Suppl. material 7 GoogleMaps   .

Hypothesized placement.

Nannaria   “Bina” specimens are hypothesized to be closely related to N. monsdomia   sp. nov. based on the following combination of gonopodal characters: Acropodite straight with extremely short distal region (Fig. 116A View Figure 116 , red arrow). Prefemoral process curving laterally at base, crossing acropodite dorsally (Fig. 116A View Figure 116 , red triangle). Nannaria   “Bina” specimens differ from N. monsdomia   sp. nov. based on the following combination of gonopodal characters: Prefemoral spine reduced to toothlike protrusion, not large, lobed as in N. monsdomia   sp. nov. Prefemoral process thin, not enlarged near tip as in N. monsdomia   sp. nov.