Sibiriulus latisupremus Mikhaljova, Nefediev & Nefedieva, 2014

Nefediev, Pavel S., Farzalieva, Gyulli Sh., Tuf, Ivan H., Nedoev, Khozhiakbar Kh. & Niyazov, Saparmurad T., 2018, Millipede and centipede assemblages on the northern and southern slopes of the lowland Altais, southwestern Siberia, Russia (Diplopoda, Chilopoda), ZooKeys 741, pp. 219-254: 222-225

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.741.21936

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scientific name

Sibiriulus latisupremus Mikhaljova, Nefediev & Nefedieva, 2014
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Sibiriulus latisupremus Mikhaljova, Nefediev & Nefedieva, 2014   Figure 7

Sibiriulus multinicus   pro parte - Mikhaljova and Nefediev 2003: 85, figs 1-3; Mikhaljova et al. 2007: 60, 61: figs 12-14, 18.

Sibiriulus latisupremus   Mikhaljova, Nefediev & Nefedieva, 2014: 35, 36-38: figs, 51: map.

Sibiriulus latisupremus   - Mikhaljova 2017: 90, 91: figs, insets 741, 743, 748, 752, 753, 785, 786, 92: map; Nefediev et al. 2017c: 13.

Material examined

(all from Russia, southwestern Siberia, Altai Province, Charysh District, ca. 4.5 km SE of Charyshskoye Village). 1 ♂, 3 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, 13.07.2015; 3 ♀♀ (ASU), site 1 on S slope, 13.07.2015, all leg. P.N.; 1 ♂ (ASU), foot of S slope of mountain, Padus avium   and Populus tremula   stand near brook, hand sampling, 31.05.2016; 4 ♀♀ (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 31.05.2016; 2 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, 2 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 31.05.2016; 2 ♀♀, 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 31.05.2016; 1 ♀, 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 3 (10-20 cm deep), 31.05.2016; 3 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 2 ♂♂, 1 ♀ (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 4 (10-20 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 3 ♀♀, 2 juv., 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 6 ♂♂, 9 ♀♀, 3 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, hand sampling, 1.06.2016; 2 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 1 ♀ (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 1 ♂, 6 ♀♀, 2 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 1.06.2016; 3 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, hand sampling, 1.06.2016; 1 ♀, 1 juv., 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 1 (litter), 2.06.2016; 1 ♂, 4 ♀♀, 4 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 2 (litter), 2.06.2016; 2 ♂♂, 3 ♀♀, 3 juv., 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 2 ♀♀ (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 3 (litter), 2.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 1 ♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 4 (litter), 2.06.2016; 1 ♀, 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 4 (10-20 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 5 (litter), 2.06.2016; 2 ♀♀, 2 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 1 ♂, 12 ♀♀ (ASU), site 1 on N slope, hand sampling, 2.06.2016; 1 ♀, 2 juv. (ASU), site 2 on N slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016; 1 ♀ (ASU), site 2 on N slope, soil sample 4 (litter), 2.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 2 on N slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 2.06.2016, all leg. P.N., Kh.N., S.N., V.S.; 8 ♂♂, 5 ♀♀ (ASU), site 1 on N slope, hand sampling, 22.06.2016, leg. Kh.N.; 2 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 1 (10-20 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 1 ♀, 3 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 2 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 2 (10-20 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 4 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 1 ♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 4 (10-20 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 1 ♂, 1 ♀, 3 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 2 ♂♂ (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 1 ♀ (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 2 (10-20 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 3 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 2 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 12.07.2016; 2 ♂♂, 6 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 13.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 1 (10-20 cm deep), 13.06.2016; 1 ♂, 4 ♀♀, 2 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 13.06.2016; 2 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 13.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 4 (0-10 cm deep), 13.06.2016; 1 ♂ (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 13.06.2016; 2 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, hand sampling, 13.06.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 2 on N slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 13.06.2016, all leg. Kh.N., S.N., V.S.; 2 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 22.08.2016; 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 22.08.2016; 3 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 3 (0-10 cm deep), 22.08.2016; 2 ♂♂ (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 3 (10-20 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 1 ♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 1 ♀ (ASU), site 1 on S slope, soil sample 5 (10-20 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 2 ♀♀, 1 juv., 1 fragm. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 1 (0-10 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 2 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 2 ♀♀ (ASU), site 1 on N slope, soil sample 5 (0-10 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 1 ♂, 4 ♀♀ (ASU), site 2 on N slope, soil sample 2 (0-10 cm deep), 23.08.2016; 1 ♀ (ASU), site 2 on N slope, hand sampling, 23.08.2016, all leg. P.N., Kh.N., S.N., V.S.; 3 ♂♂, 5 ♀♀, 1 juv. (ZMUM), site 1 on N slope, hand sampling, 23.06.2017, leg. P.N., Kh.N., A.A., E.A.; 1 juv. (ASU), site 2 on S slope, hand sampling, 24.06.2017, leg. P.N.

Distribution.

Being an endemic of SW Siberia, S. latisupremus   has previously been recorded in a few localities in SE part of the Altai Province and NW part of the Republic of Altai ( Mikhaljova et al. 2014).

Remarks.

The above records of the julid S. latisupremus   are the southwesternmost for the species. In the study localities, the species demonstrates no preference between investigated habitats as regards different slope exposures.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Diplopoda

Order

Julida

Family

Julidae

Genus

Sibiriulus