Pelmatojulus brachysternus ( 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

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Pelmatojulus brachysternus ( Cook, 1897 )


Pelmatojulus brachysternus ( Cook, 1897)

New to the fauna of Cameroon. We have seen the following specimens: 1♂ Cameroon, South Forest Region , Bipindi, Mt Bidjouka Canton Pygmée, N 3°15′, E 10°50′, near primary forest, under dead leaves, 14.I.2017, A.R. Nzoko Fiemapong & C. Oumarou Ngoute leg. ( ZMUC) GoogleMaps ; 1♂, 1♀ same data ( ARNF) GoogleMaps ; 1♂ Cameroon— 1949-50, 1/ 12-138. Lok. RF. Makak, J. Birket-Smith & J. Dahl leg. ( ZMUC) . RF Makak must refer to “Réserve Forestière de Makak”, situated at 03°32’N, 011°01’E, just S of the city of Makak GoogleMaps .


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