original descriptionKarsch, F. (1881). Einige neue Diplopoda Myriopoda des Berliner Museums. Mitteilungen des Münchner Entomologischen Vereins, 4(2): 142-144. Berlin page(s): 144 [details]
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additional sourceMoritz, M.; Fischer, S.-C. (1974). Die Typen der Myriapoden-Sammlung des Zoologischen Museums Berlin. I. Diplopoda. Teil 1: Polyxenida, Glomerida, Sphaerotheriida, Glomeridesmida, Polyzonida, Craspedosomatida. Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum in Berlin, 49(2): 351-385. Berlin page(s): 372 [details]
additional sourceHoffman, R. L. (1999). Checklist of the millipedes of North and Middle America. Virginia Museum of Natural History, special publication, 8: 1-584. Martinsville page(s): 192 [details]
status sourceJeekel, C. A. W. (2001). A bibliographic catalogue of the Siphonophorida (Diplopoda). Myriapod memoranda, 3: 44-71. Oisterwijk page(s): 60; note: Dubious species of Siphonophora from America. No comment can be given on the following species of which the male characters have not been described and illustrated, or which have been based on female ...
Dubious species of Siphonophora from America. No comment can be given on the following species of which the male characters have not been described and illustrated, or which have been based on female specimens only.