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Chordeumatidae C. L. Koch, 1847

888701  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:888701)

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  1. Subfamily Chordeumatinae C. L. Koch, 1847
    1. Genus Chordeuma C. L. Koch, 1847
    2. Genus Melogona Cook, 1895
    3. Genus Chordeumella Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Melogona Cook, 1895 (junior subjective synonym)
    4. Genus Laeviulus Berlese, 1884 accepted as Chordeuma C. L. Koch, 1847 (junior subjective synonym)
    5. Genus Microchordeuma Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Melogona Cook, 1895 (junior subjective synonym)
  2. Subfamily Orthochordeumatinae Verhoeff, 1899
    1. Genus Mycogona Cook, 1895
    2. Tribe Orthochordeumatini Verhoeff, 1899
    3. Genus Orthochordeumella Verhoeff, 1900
    4. Genus Parachordeuma Ribaut, 1912
    5. Genus Allochordeuma Rothenb├╝hler, 1900 accepted as Orthochordeumella Verhoeff, 1900 (junior objective synonym)
    6. Genus Orthochordeuma Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Mycogona Cook, 1895 (junior objective synonym)
  3. Subfamily Microchordeumatinae Verhoeff, 1910 accepted as Chordeumatinae C. L. Koch, 1847 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
Koch, Carl Ludwig. (1847). System der Myriapoden. Friedrich Pustet, Regensburg, 270 pp.
page(s): 49; note: as Chordeumiden [details]   
Sierwald, P.; Decker, P.; Spelda, J. (2024). MilliBase. Chordeumatidae C. L. Koch, 1847. Accessed at: https://millibase.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=888701 on 2024-04-21
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original description Koch, Carl Ludwig. (1847). System der Myriapoden. Friedrich Pustet, Regensburg, 270 pp.
page(s): 49; note: as Chordeumiden [details]   

additional source Kime, R. D.; Enghoff, H. (2021). Atlas of European millipedes 3: Order Chordeumatida (Class Diplopoda). <em>European Journal of Taxonomy.</em> 769: 1-244., available online at https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2021.769.1497
page(s): 56; note: The 23 species of this family pretty much cover all of the warmer parts of Europe, even extending into southern Scandinavia (although these occurrences may be due to introduction). [details]   
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