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The alluaudi-group of Glomeris, another Macaronesian species swarm in millipedes (Diplopoda: Glomeridae)

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Glomeris alluaudi Brölemann, 1900 (type-species of Trichoglomeris Verhoeff, 1906) and G. gomerana Attems, 1911, both redescribed upon newly collected topotypes, as well as G. canariensis sp.n., all endemic in the Canary Islands, are shown to form a distinct species-group within Glomeris Latreille, 1802-03 (Trichoglomeris being another of its numerous junior synonyms). Like several other millipede genera, the alluaudi-group seems to form a species swarm in Macaronesia.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Evolutionary Morphotogy and Ecology of Animals, USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow V-71, Leninsky prospekt 33, USSR

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2016-12-11

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