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Open Access Spirostreptid millipeds from the Imatong Mountains, Sudan

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Spirostreptid millipeds from the Imatong Mountains, Sudan

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Two species of Spirostreptidae from the Imatong Mountains in southernmost Sudan are described and figured. The new genus and species Helictostreptus attemsi is based on two specimens from Gilo, the taxon is distinctive for the doubly spiraled coil of the gonopod telopodite, unknown in other African members of the family. Some structural details and gonopopd drawings are provided for Tibiozus robustus Attems, 1950 (previously known only from Gondokoro on the White Nile), on the basis of a male from Talanga. The nominal subspecies T. r. pharaonicus Attems, 1950, is considered to be a strict synonym of robustus.


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