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Craspedosomatidae Gray in Jones, 1843

888704  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:888704)

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  1. Genus Aporogona Cook, 1895
  2. Subfamily Atractosomatinae Attems, 1899
    1. Tribe Anthroherposomatini Verhoeff, 1899
    2. Genus Aspromontia Strasser, 1970
    3. Genus Atractosoma Fanzago, 1876
    4. Genus Aulacosoma Attems, 1895
    5. Genus Autaretia Strasser, 1978
    6. Genus Bomogona Cook, 1895
    7. Genus Brentosoma Verhoeff, 1932
    8. Genus Broelemanneuma Verhoeff, 1905
    9. Genus Carniosoma Verhoeff, 1927
    10. Genus Corsicosoma Brölemann, 1935
    11. Genus Crossosoma Ribaut, 1913
    12. Genus Dactylophorosoma Verhoeff, 1900
    13. Genus Desultorosoma Mršić, 1985
    14. Genus Dyocerasoma Verhoeff, 1897
    15. Genus Haplatractosoma Verhoeff, 1900
    16. Genus Janetschekella Schubart, 1954
    17. Genus Kelempekia Strasser, 1974
    18. Genus Leptalpium Verhoeff, 1921
    19. Genus Litogona Silvestri, 1897
    20. Genus Manfredia Verhoeff, 1940
    21. Genus Mesatractosoma Verhoeff, 1936
    22. Genus Nanogona Cook, 1895
    23. Genus Ochogona Cook, 1895
    24. Genus Octeicosisoma Verhoeff, 1899
    25. Genus Oroposoma Verhoeff, 1936
    26. Genus Paradactylophorosoma Attems, 1908
    27. Genus Plectogona Silvestri, 1897
    28. Genus Sardosoma Manfredi, 1956
    29. Genus Semiosoma Ribaut, 1913
    30. Genus Stenalpium Verhoeff, 1927
    31. Genus Synischiosoma Verhoeff, 1910
    32. Genus Xylomicrodon Verhoeff, 1901
    33. Genus Anthroherposoma Verhoeff, 1898 accepted as Plectogona Silvestri, 1897 (junior objective synonym)
    34. Genus Antroherposoma [sic] accepted as Plectogona Silvestri, 1897
    35. Genus Antromanfredia Strasser, 1975 accepted as Plectogona Silvestri, 1897
    36. Genus Antroverhoeffia Strasser, 1970 accepted as Litogona Silvestri, 1897 (junior objective synonym)
    37. Genus Asandalum Attems, 1949 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895 (junior subjective synonym)
    38. Genus Beskidia Jawlowski, 1938 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895
    39. Genus Brolemanneuma Verhoeff, 1905 accepted as Broelemanneuma Verhoeff, 1905 (misspelling)
    40. Genus Calatractosoma Verhoeff, 1900 accepted as Atractosoma Fanzago, 1876
    41. Genus Ceratosoma Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895 (preoccupied by Ceratosoma Adams & Reeve, 1850, Molluska)
    42. Genus Ceratosomana Strand, 1928 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895 (junior objective synonym)
    43. Genus Corsiphilus Verhoeff, 1943 accepted as Corsicosoma Brölemann, 1935 (junior objective synonym)
    44. Genus Cryossoma Manfredi, 1951 accepted as Crossosoma Ribaut, 1913 (junior subjective synonym)
    45. Genus Dorasoma Verhoeff, 1932 accepted as Bomogona Cook, 1895 (unavailable: invalidly proposed without a type species)
    46. Genus Euatractosoma Verhoeff, 1900 accepted as Atractosoma Fanzago, 1876 (junior objective synonym)
    47. Genus Euceratosoma Verhoeff, 1899 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895
    48. Genus Eudactylophorosoma Attems, 1908 accepted as Dactylophorosoma Verhoeff, 1900 (junior objective synonym)
    49. Genus Grypogona Cook, 1895 accepted as Nanogona Cook, 1895 (junior subjective synonym)
    50. Genus Illyriosoma Strasser, 1942 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895
    51. Genus Kelempeckia Strasser, 1974 accepted as Kelempekia Strasser, 1974 (lapsus calami)
    52. Genus Lessinosoma Strasser, 1977 accepted as Atractosoma Fanzago, 1876 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
    53. Genus Limnalpium Verhoeff, 1921 accepted as Bomogona Cook, 1895 (junior objective synonym)
    54. Genus Ornithogona Cook, 1896 accepted as Bomogona Cook, 1895
    55. Genus Paradactylosoma Verhoeff, 1930 accepted as Paradactylophorosoma Attems, 1908 (junior objective synonym)
    56. Genus Paratractosoma Ceuca, 1973 accepted as Atractosoma Fanzago, 1876 (invalidly proposed)
    57. Genus Polymicrodon Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Nanogona Cook, 1895
    58. Genus Ribauteuma Verhoeff, 1929 accepted as Broelemanneuma Verhoeff, 1905
    59. Genus Tatrasoma Verhoeff, 1910 accepted as Chelogona Cook, 1895 (junior objective synonym)
    60. Genus Triacantozona Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Triakontazona Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895 (unjustified emendation)
    61. Genus Triakantozona Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Triakontazona Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895 (unjustified emendation)
    62. Genus Triakontazona Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Ochogona Cook, 1895 (junior objective synonym)
    63. Genus Valesiosoma Verhoeff, 1931 accepted as Synischiosoma Verhoeff, 1910 (unavailable: invalidly proposed without a diagnosis)
  3. Genus Basigona Cook, 1895
  4. Genus Chelogona Cook, 1895
  5. Subfamily Craspedosomatinae Gray, 1843
    1. Genus Bergamosoma Hoffman, 1980
    2. Genus Craspedosoma Leach, 1816
    3. Genus Helvetiosoma Verhoeff, 1910
    4. Tribe Oxydactylini Verhoeff, 1899
    5. Genus Pyrgocyphosoma Verhoeff, 1910
    6. Genus Bergamosoma Verhoeff, 1931 accepted as Bergamosoma Hoffman, 1980 (unavailable: invalidly proposed without a type species)
    7. Genus Craspedoprion Verhoeff, 1936 accepted as Craspedosoma Leach, 1816 (preoccupied by Craspedoprion Hartert, 1902, Aves)
    8. Genus Creagrosoma Verhoeff, 1936 accepted as Craspedosoma Leach, 1816 (junior subjective synonym)
    9. Genus Eucharisoma Brölemann, 1935 accepted as Pyrgocyphosoma Verhoeff, 1910
    10. Genus Megalosoma Fedrizzi, 1877 accepted as Bergamosoma Hoffman, 1980 (preoccupied by Megalosoma Burmeister, 1847, Coleoptera)
    11. Genus Orotrechosoma Verhoeff, 1900 accepted as Pterygophorosoma Verhoeff, 1897
    12. Genus Prionosoma Berlese, 1882 accepted as Bergamosoma Hoffman, 1980 (preoccupied by Prionosoma Uhler, 1863, Hemiptera)
  6. Genus Hyphanturgus Waga, 1839
  7. Subfamily Iulogoninae Hoffman, 1980
    1. Genus Iulogona Cook, 1896
    2. Genus Julogona Cook, 1896 accepted as Iulogona Cook, 1896 (wrong emendation)
    3. Genus Oxydactylon Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Iulogona Cook, 1896 (junior objective synonym)
  8. Subfamily Macheiriophorinae Verhoeff, 1929
  9. Genus Pedemontia Mauriès, 1994
  10. Genus Pterygophorosoma Verhoeff, 1897
  11. Genus Rhodinosoma Attems, 1926
  12. Subfamily Rhymogoninae Hoffman, 1980
    1. Genus Listrocheiritium Verhoeff, 1913
    2. Genus Rhymogona Cook, 1896
    3. Genus Macheiriophoron Verhoeff, 1897 accepted as Rhymogona Cook, 1896 (junior objective synonym)
    4. Genus Phanogona Cook, 1895 accepted as Listrocheiritium Verhoeff, 1913 (junior subjective synonym (uncertain))
  13. Subfamily Rothenbuehleriinae Verhoeff, 1900
    1. Genus Rothenbuehleria Verhoeff, 1900
    2. Tribe Rothenbuehleriini Verhoeff, 1900
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
Not documented
Sierwald, P.; Decker, P.; Spelda, J. (2024). MilliBase. Craspedosomatidae Gray in Jones, 1843. Accessed at: https://www.millibase.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=888704 on 2024-02-26
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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): 61; note: By far the most species-rich family of Chordeumatida in Europe, and also with a particularly complicated taxonomy. Although much work has been done on some genera, several others are badly in need of...  
By far the most species-rich family of Chordeumatida in Europe, and also with a particularly complicated taxonomy. Although much work has been done on some genera, several others are badly in need of revision, and several nominal species, of which only some have been included here, remain doubtful. The vast majority of the 189 species occur in Italy, especially N Italy, and adjoining countries, but several species occur further west, north and east. Craspedosoma raulinsii Leach, 1814 is the most widespread European species of the order, extending from France and the British Isles into southern Scandinavia, C and E Europe, with a few outliers (introductions?) in C Sweden and Russia.
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