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Open Access Chemical defense of a troglobiont millipede, Tetracion jonesi Hoffman (Diplopoda, Callipodida, Abacionidae)

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Chemical defense of a troglobiont millipede, Tetracion jonesi Hoffman (Diplopoda, Callipodida, Abacionidae)

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Tetracion jonesi Hoffman, 1956 is a troglomorphic cave-limited abacionid milliped found in caves in the southern Cumberland Plateau of Alabama and Tennessee, USA. Specimens collected in a cave in Franklin Co., Tennessee, were live-extracted with methanol. Gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy of the extract revealed p-cresol as the sole component of the milliped's chemical defense. Three other callipodidan species have been studied and also produce p-cresol.

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