Monotarsobius

Dányi, László & Tuf, Ivan H., 2012, Lithobius (Monotarsobius) franciscorum sp. nov., a new lithobiid species from the Altai, with a key to the Central Asian species of the subgenus (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha), Zootaxa 3182, pp. 16-28: 26

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.209915

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/C74687C5-FFBC-6807-45A4-FE2014F8F834

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scientific name

Monotarsobius
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Key to the Central Asian species of subgenus Monotarsobius   —females

1 With ocelli........................................................................................... 2

- Without ocelli.............................................................. Lithobius krali ( Dobroruka, 1979)  

2 Claw of ultimate legs simple, without accessory claw......................................................... 3

- Claws of ultimate legs with accessory claws............................................................... 22

3 Gonopodal claw simple or bipartite....................................................................... 4

- Gonopodal claw tripartite............................................................................. 12

4 Gonopodal claw simple................................................................................. 5

- Gonopodal claw bipartite.............................................................................. 8

5 Gonopods with 2 + 2 spurs.............................................................................. 6

- Gonopods with 3 + 3 to 4 + 4 spurs................................................ Lithobius fugax Stuxberg, 1876  

6 14 + 14 antennal articles.................................................... Lithobius ignotus Muralevitch, 1906  

- 16 + 16 antennal articles at least......................................................................... 7

7 Four to five ocelli on each side of cephalic capsule............................ Lithobius javanicus ( Zalesskaja, 1978)  

- More than 7 ocelli on each side of cephalic capsule........................ Lithobius muminabadicus ( Zalesskaja, 1978)  

8 Gonopods with 2 + 2 spurs............................................................................... 9

- Gonopods with 3 + 3 to 4 + 4 spurs................................................ Lithobius fugax Stuxberg, 1876  

9 More than 5 ocelli on each side......................................................................... 10

- Up to 4 ocelli on each side........................................... Lithobius tuberofemoratus Farzalieva, 2006  

10 15 DaC present...................................................................................... 11

- No 15 DaC.................................................. Lithobius steppicus ( Farzalieva & Zalesskaja, 2003)  

11 No 15 DpF............................................................. Lithobius ferganensis ( Trotzina, 1894)  

- 15 DpF present......................................................... Lithobius vagabundus Stuxberg, 1876  

12 Second segment of gonopods with true spines.............................................................. 13

- Second segment of gonopods with setiform spines only............................ Lithobius simplis Farzalieva, 2006  

13 Second segment of gonopods with 1-2 spines.............................................................. 14

- Second segment of gonopods with at least 3 spines......................................................... 17

14 15 DaP spines present................................................................................. 15

- No 15 DaP spines............................................................. Lithobius farzalievae   nom. nov.

15 Inner face of gonopods without setae..................................................................... 16

- 2-3 long setae on the inner face of gonopods................................. Lithobius ketmenensis Farzalieva, 2006  

16 15 DpF present....................................................... Lithobius tarbagataicus Farzalieva, 2006  

- No 15 DpF............................................................. Lithobius ferganensis ( Trotzina, 1894)  

17 15 DpF spines present................................................................................. 18

- No DpF spines on leg 15 ..................................................... Lithobius crassipes L. Koch, 1862  

18 15 DaF spine present................................................................................. 19

- No 15 DaF spine......................................................... Lithobius turkestanicus Attems, 1904  

19 15 DaT spines present................................................................................. 20

- No 15 DaT spines.......................................................... Lithobius amplinus Farzalieva, 2006  

20 Inner face of gonopods without setae.................................................................... 21

- 2-3 long setae on the inner face of gonopods................................. Lithobius ketmenensis Farzalieva, 2006  

21 Ultimate pair of legs with two coxal pores.................................. Lithobius tarbagataicus Farzalieva, 2006  

- Ultimate pair of legs with three to five coxal pores............................... Lithobius curtipes C.L. Koch, 1847  

22 Gonopodal claw simple or bipartite..................................................................... 23

- Gonopodal claw tripartite............................................................................. 26

23 Gonopodal claw simple................................................................................ 24

- Gonopodal claw bipartite............................................................................. 25

24 Gonopods with 2 + 2 spurs............................................... Lithobius nordenskioldii Stuxberg, 1876  

- Gonopods with 3 + 3 to 4 + 4 spurs................................................ Lithobius franciscorum   sp. nov.

25 Gonopods with 2 + 2 spurs................................................ Lithobius canaricolor Farzalieva, 2006  

- Gonopods with 3 + 3 to 4 + 4 spurs................................................. Lithobius alticus ( Loksa, 1965)  

26 VpF spines start from 2 nd legs, DaC spines start from 10 th legs......................... Lithobius insolens   nom. nov.

- VpF spines start from legs 9-10, DaC spines start from legs 13–15 ................. Lithobius worogowensis Eason, 1976