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: 25-26

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

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/C74687C5-FFBF-6807-45A4-FCB714FFFEB7

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scientific name

Monotarsobius
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Key to the Central Asian species of subgenus Monotarsobius   – males

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

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

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

- Claws of ultimate legs with accessory claws.............................................................. 17

3 Ultimate pairs of legs with secondary sexual characters........................................................ 4

- Ultimate pairs of legs without secondary sexual characters.................................................... 15

4 A wart-like process on 15 T.............................................................................. 5

- 15T without wart-like process........................................................................... 11

5 Ocelli in two-four rows on each side of cephalic capsule...................................................... 6

- Four-five ocelli in one row on each side of cephalic capsule.................... Lithobius javanicus ( Zalesskaja, 1978)  

6 15 DaP spine present................................................................................... 7

- No 15 DaP spine..................................................................................... 9

7 15 DpF spine present.................................................................................. 8

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

8 No 15 VaT spine........................................................ Lithobius ketmenensis Farzalieva, 2006  

- 15 VaT spine present....................................................... Lithobius amplinus Farzalieva, 2006  

9 15 DmF spines present............................................................................... 10

- No 15 DmF spines....................................................... Lithobius turkestanicus Attems, 1904  

10 No 15 DaF spines............................................. Lithobius steppicus ( Farzalieva & Zalesskaja, 2003)  

- 15 DaF spines present......................................................... Lithobius farzalievae   nom. nov.

11 15 T without dorsodistal projection..................................................................... 12

- 15T with dorsodistal projection......................................................................... 13

12 15 F without dorsodistal projection, 15 F and 15 T with sulci...................... Lithobius vagabundus Stuxberg, 1876  

- 15 F with dorsodistal projection, 15 F and 15 T without sulci................. Lithobius tuberofemoratus Farzalieva, 2006  

13 No club-like setae on the dorsodistal projection of 15 T..................................................... 14

- Club-like setae on the dorsodistal projection of 15 T present................ Lithobius muminabadicus ( Zalesskaja, 1978)  

14 Dense short setae on the dorsodistal projection of 15 T present................. Lithobius tarbagataicus Farzalieva, 2006  

- No dense setae on the dorsodistal projection of 15 T.............................. Lithobius curtipes C.L. Koch, 1847  

15 No dorsal spines 15 DaF and 15 DmF.................................................................... 16

- 15 DaF and 15 DmF spines present............................................. Lithobius simplis Farzalieva, 2006  

16 No 15 DpF................................................................ Lithobius crassipes L. Koch, 1862  

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

17 Ultimate pairs of legs with secondary sexual characters....................................................... 18

- Ultimate pairs of legs without secondary sexual characters.................................................... 22

18 15 T without wart-like process........................................................................... 19

- Wart-like process on 15 T.................................................. Lithobius worogowensis Eason, 1976  

19 14 T without wart-like process.......................................................................... 20

- 14 T with a wart-like process...................................................... Lithobius insolens   nom. nov.

20 No dorsodistal group of club-like setae on 15 F. ........................................................... 21

- A dorsodistal group of club-like setae on 15 F. ..................................... Lithobius franciscorum   sp. nov.

21 15 T with sulci and dorsodistal group of club-like setae............................... Lithobius alticus ( Loksa, 1965)  

- 15 T without sulci and club-like setae...................................... Lithobius nordenskioldii Stuxberg, 1876  

22 Ocelli in one row on each side of cephalic capsule.......................................................... 23

- Ocelli in two rows on each side of cephalic capsule................................. Lithobius dobrorukai   nom. nov.

23 17 + 17 antennal articles, no DaC on legs 11–15 ..................................... Lithobius crassus ( Loksa, 1965)  

- 20 + 20 antennal articles, DaC present on legs 11–15 ........................... Lithobius canaricolor Farzalieva, 2006