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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

On behalf of the six Natural History Institutions that make up the EJT-consortium, the editorial and desk-editorial teams of EJT are proud to present the 100th issue of the European Journal of Taxonomy, which comprises a beautifully illustrated monograph on African millipedes, adding 20 new species to our list of new taxa. EJT normally is an e-only journal, but on this occasion we have decided to print a limited number of hard copies, to be distributed amongst the Natural History Institutions around the world.

 

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No 100 (2014): A mountain of millipedes I: An endemic species-group of the genus Chaleponcus Attems, 1914, from the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida, Odontopygidae)

Henrik ENGHOFF

Section: Zoology; pp. 1–75, 34 figures, 29 references; http://dx.doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2014.100

accepted: 24 September 2014; published: 24 October 2014

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A mountain of millipedes I: An endemic species-group of the genus Chaleponcus Attems, 1914, from the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida, Odontopygidae) PDF PDF/A
Henrik Enghoff


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