Hyleoglomeris

Likhitrakarn, Natdanai, Golovatch, Sergei I. & Panha, Somsak, 2015, Three new species of the pill millipede genus Hyleoglomeris Verhoeff, 1910, from northern Thailand (Diplopoda, Glomerida, Glomeridae), Zootaxa 4044 (1), pp. 130-140: 138-139

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4044.1.7

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:917B38A3-49BA-4509-AED1-729B78A1EB18

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A387E9-504E-FFEF-FF25-F9E4FA31797A

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scientific name

Hyleoglomeris
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Key to the species of Hyleoglomeris   currently known to occur in Thailand, chiefly based on male characters:

1. Thoracic shield and pygidium cream-brown, each with a pair of dark spots, not contrasting with cream-brown segments 3–11 ............................................................................................ H. siamensis  

- Thoracic shield and pygidium without a pair of contrasting dark spots............................................ 2

2. Background coloration of terga 3–11 dark with lighter pattern/markings.......................................... 4

- Background coloration of terga 3–11 yellowish with a contrasting dark pattern..................................... 3

3. Terga 2–11 with contrasting brown bands in caudal parts of terga 2–11 ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3 A & C)..................... H. aurea   sp. n.

- Terga 3–11 with a contrasting pair of paramedian, dark triangles at caudal margin and a dark axial stripe ( Fig. 3 View FIGURE 3 D & E)............................................................................................. H. cavicola   sp. n.

4. Collum dark.......................................................................................... 5

- Collum yellowish to pallid.............................................................................. 6

5. Thoracic shield almost all yellowish to pallid......................................................... H. cremea  

- Thoracic shield almost dark with a yellowish posterolateral corner...................................... H. albicollis  

6. Thoracic shield almost dark with a thin, yellow-whitish, axial stripe..................................... H. montana  

- Thoracic shield almost all yellowish to pallid with a wider axial stripe ( Fig. 1 View FIGURE 1 A –F)............... H. hongkhraiensis   sp. n.