Himantarium gabrielis (Linnaeus, 1767)

Zapparoli, Marzio & Iorio, Etienne, 2012, The centipedes (Chilopoda) of Corsica: catalogue of species with faunistic, zoogeographical and ecological remarks, International Journal of Myriapodology 7, pp. 15-68: 28-29

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Himantarium gabrielis (Linnaeus, 1767)
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17. Himantarium gabrielis (Linnaeus, 1767) 

Himantarium Gabrielis  L. [sic]: Léger and Duboscq 1903: 311. (1)

Himantarium Broelemanni  Léger et Duboscq 1903: 311, 318. (2)

Himantarium gabrielis  Latz. [sic]: Verhoeff 1925a: 656. (3)

Himantarium broelemanni  Lég. [sic]: Verhoeff 1925a: 656. (4)

Himantarium Brolemanni  : Brölemann 1926: 231. (5)

Himantarium Gabrielis  ( Linné, 1766) [sic]: Brölemann 1930: 60, figs 25-29. (6)

Himantarium gabrielis  (Linnaeus, 1767): Minelli 1978: 156. (7)

Pseudohimantarium mediterraneum  (Meinert, 1870): Minelli 1978: 156. (8)

Himantarium gabrielis  ( Linné, 1767): Demange 1981: 226. (9)

Himantarium gabrielis  (Linnaeus, 1767): Foddai et al. 1996: 361, Tab. I. (10)

Himantarium gabrielis  (Linnaeus, 1767): Geoffroy and Iorio 2009: 682. (11)

Literature records.

General. Sardinia-Corsica (7, 8). Corsica (3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11). Epigeic. Corse-du-Sud, 2A - Ajaccio (1) [I]. Haute-Corse, 2B - Ciusco [probably a misspelling for Sisco] (Cap Corse) (2, loc. typ. of Himantarium broelemanni  Léger and Duboscq, 1903) [I].

General distribution.

Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, France (mainland, Corsica), Greece (mainland, insular excluding Crete), Italy (mainland, Sicily, Sardinia), Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania (southern), Slovenia, quoted from Portugal by Attems (1929) but not by Machado (1952), also in Central Europe according to Brölemann (1930); North Africa: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia; South Africa: Madagascar (?), introduced ( Lawrence 1960); West Asia: Turkey (western).

Chorotype.

Mediterranean.

Ecological notes.

No new records; the only two records previously known come from the Mesomediterranean belt. In mainland Italy and Sardinia the species is widespread in many type of habitats, from Mediterranean shrubs to thermophilous forests ( Minelli and Iovane 1987, Zapparoli 2002, 2009). The paucity of records from Corsica of this common Mediterranean species is noteworthy.

Remarks.

The synonymy of Himantarium broelemanni  with Himantarium gabrielis  is according to Minelli (2006).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Chilopoda

Order

Geophilomorpha

Family

Himantariidae

Genus

Himantarium

Loc

Himantarium gabrielis (Linnaeus, 1767)

Zapparoli, Marzio & Iorio, Etienne 2012
2012
Loc

Pseudohimantarium mediterraneum

Chalande & Ribaut 1909
1909