Pelmatojulus excisus ( Cook, 1897 )

Fiemapong, Armand Richard Nzoko & Enghoff, Henrik, 2018, A giant African millipede re-discovered, re-located and re-classified after 120 years (Diplopoda, Spirobolida, Pachybolidae), Zootaxa 4527 (3), pp. 403-413 : 407

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4527.3.9

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:0BAB4687-ED83-416D-9573-8668E05F6E66

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5990967

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https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03EF87FD-FF9A-B75E-FF10-1261FF0EDBEC

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Plazi

scientific name

Pelmatojulus excisus ( Cook, 1897 )
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Pelmatojulus excisus ( Cook, 1897)

Recorded from Cameroon (“ Kamerun ” and Kribi) by Cook (1899). We have seen the following specimens: 1♂ Cameroon, Center Region, Ongot , disturbed forest, 03°51’N, 011°25’E, alt. 810 m, 30.I.2015, A.R. Nzoko Fiemapong leg. ( ZMUC) GoogleMaps ; 2♂ Cameroon, Center Region, Zamakoe Forest , N 03°33', E 011°31', 815 m a.s.l., forest, 18.IX.2015, A.R. Nzoko Fiemapong & C. Oumarou Ngoute leg. ( ARNF) GoogleMaps ; 1♂ Cameroon, Littoral Region, Sanaga Maritime Division, Mouanko , forest, N 0 3 ° 38 ', E 0 0 9 ° 46', A.R. Nzoko Fiemapong et J.A. Yetchom Fonjo leg. ( ARNF) GoogleMaps .

ZMUC

Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen