Senbutudoiulus Miyosi, 1957

Vagalinski, Boyan, Meng, Kaibaryer, Bachvarova, Darina & Stoev, Pavel, 2018, A redescription of the poorly known cave millipede Skleroprotopusmembranipedalis Zhang, 1985 (Diplopoda, Julida, Mongoliulidae), with an overview of the genus Skleroprotopus Attems, 1901, Subterranean Biology 26, pp. 55-66: 55

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Senbutudoiulus Miyosi, 1957

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Senbutudoiulus Miyosi, 1957  syn. n.


A genus of Mongoliulidae  , most similar to the genus Ansiulus  Takakuwa, both sharing a number of characters such as: ozopores in all body-rings, an anterior gonopod with an unsegmented telopodite (except for S. schmidti  ) and a slightly to considerably higher coxite carrying a well-developed flagellum, and a bifid (except for S. simplex  ) posterior gonopod consisting of a slender solenomerital process and a broader, shield-like, apically setose, caudal process. Differs from Ansiulus  mostly by the complete absence of telopodites on posterior gonopods and by the strongly reduced telopodites of male leg-pair 7 (except for S. sidegatakedensis  ).