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Open Access On Scolopocryptops species from the Fiji Islands (Chilopoda, Scolopendromorpha, Scolopocryptopidae)

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On Scolopocryptops species from the Fiji Islands (Chilopoda, Scolopendromorpha, Scolopocryptopidae)

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The scolopocryptopine centipedes from Fiji Islands are revised. Two species belonging to the genus ScolopocryptopsS. aberrans (Chamberlin, 1920) and S. melanostoma Newport, 1845 – are recorded. Scolopocryptops aberrans is redescribed and illustrated for the rst time. Scolopocryptops miersii jiensis is a junior subjective synonym of S. aberrans, and S. verdescens is a junior subjective synonym of S. melanostoma. An emended diagnosis for S. melanostoma is presented.


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