Pauropus huxleyi Lubbock, 1867

Identification

This is the first pauropod to be discovered and was described in 1867 by Sir John Lubbock.

It belongs to family Pauropodidae – a group of more elongated slender species (in contrast to the relatively short and squat Eurypauropoidae).

Lubbock, 1867

Reference

Barber, A.D., Blower, J.G., Scheller, U. (1992). Pauropoda, the smallest myriapods. Bulletin of the British Myriapod Group 8: 13-24.

Oliver, P.G. & Amsden, A.F. (1982). The Pauropoda. Nature in Wales 1: 33-38.

Scheller,U. (1990). A list of the British Pauropoda with a description of a new species of Eurypauropodidae (Myriapoda). Journal of Natural  History 24: 1179-1195.

idBmigTaxa

132

BRC Code

Pau_129