myriapod


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myriapod

any terrestrial arthropod of the group Myriapoda, having a long segmented body and many walking limbs: includes the centipedes and millipedes
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(1979) established the ichnospecies Diplichnites cuithensis for large (up to 36 cm wide) Diplichnites trackways from the Carboniferous of Scotland and attributed the trackways to arthropleurid myriapods, specifically Arthropleura, the largest known terrestrial arthropod.
La teratologie des myriapodes. Annee Biologique 4(1): 145-174.
To enhance the research experience of undergraduate students at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), we have developed a mobile application to collect field data regarding salamanders and myriapods from the Abernathy Field Station near our campus in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Most of the prey were members of the soil or litter fauna (myriapods and slugs) that were observed walking over the surface of the adit walls.
According to statistical analyses, for winter season, the significant effect of different land-use types had been observed on the population abundance of ants (Monomorium spp.; p-value = 0.001), coleopteran grubs (p-value = 0.001) and carabid and staphylinid beetles (p-value < 0.05), earthworms (p-value = 0.004), earwigs (p-value = 0.01), isopods (p-value = 0.001) and soil-dwelling spiders (p-value = 0.001), while the abundance of ants (Camponotus spp.), crickets, surface grasshoppers, myriapods and termites appeared unaffected by land-use types (Supplementary Table I).
The woodlouse, however, has many segments and many legs, as do the myriapods, millipedes and centipedes that, like the woodlouse, inhabit the insect world.
However, the regime also includes arachnids, some myriapods, some molluscs and exceptionally reptiles or birds.
(2009a.) Velvet worm development links myriapods with chelicerates.
List of new genera and new species of Insects, Arachnids and Myriapods collected by the Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913-18.
All individuals in traps were counted and identified on species (spiders, beetles, myriapods), or family (all other groups) level [21-23].
Samuel Fee and Christian Griffith explain how students from biology, environmental studies, and computer and information studies worked together at Washington and Jefferson College to develop a mobile application to collect field data regarding salamanders and myriapods at a field station near campus.