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Rowland Shelley

Complete Publications List

 1.  1970. Biosynthesis of phosphatidylcholine in the fat body of Phormia regina larvae. J. Insect Physiol., 16:131-139. (With E. Hodgson).

 2.  1971. Choline kinase from the fat body of Phormia regina larvae. J. Insect Physiol., 17:545-558. (With E. Hodgson).

 3.  ____. Substrate specificity and inhibition of choline and ethanolamine kinases from the fat body of Phormia regi­na larvae.  Insect Biochem., 1:149-156.  (With E.­ Hodgso­n).

 4.  1972. In defense of naiades.  Wildlife in North Carolina, 36:4-8.

 5.  ____. More impoundments.  Wildlife in North Carolina, 36:14-15.

 6.  1973. A look at North Carolina's endangered wildlife, parts 1-3: Fish, Birds, and Mammals.  Wildlife in North Caro­lina, 37.

 7.  1974. Polydesmid diplopods in the eastern Piedmont of North Carolina.  J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., 90:111-112.  (Abstract).

 8.  ____. A look at North Carolina's endangered wildlife, part 4: Amphibians and Reptiles.  Wildlife in North Caroli­na, 38:12-13.  (Second author with WM Palmer).

 9.  1975. An interesting relationship in the diplopod genus, Sigmoria (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  ASB Bull., 22:78.  (Abstract).

10.  ____. Distributional patterns of leeches in North and South Carolina (Annelida: Hirudinea).  ASB Bull., 2­­­2:­79.  (Abstract).

11.  ____. The identity of Nannaria conservata Chamberlin, with notes on an abnormal male and descriptions of two new species of Nannaria from North Carolina (Diplopoda: Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 88:179-188.

12.  ____. The giant terrestrial flatworm.  Wildlife in North Carolina, 39:20.

13.  ____. North Carolina's scorpion.  Wildlife in North Caro-li­na, 39:8-9.

14.  ____. Occurrence of the scorpion, Vejovis carolinianus (Beauvois), in North Carolina (Arachnida: Scorpionida: Vejovidae).  J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., 91:29-30.

15.  1976. Two new diplopods of the genus Polyzonium from North Carolina, with records of established species (Poly-zon­iida: Polyzoniidae).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 88:373-382.

16.  ____. New records and species of leeches (Annelida: Hiru­-dinea) from North and South Carolina. J. Nat. Hist., 10:65-97.  (Second author with R.T. Sawyer).

17.  ____. Millipeds of the Sigmoria latior complex (Polydesmi-da: Xystodesmidae).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 89:17-38.

18.  ____. A new diplopod of the genus Cleidogona from North Carolina (Chordeumida: Cleidogonidae).  Fla. Ent., 59:325-327.

19.  ____. Tiny wildlife: Pill bugs, sow bugs, and wood lice.  Wildlife in North Carolina, 40:12-13.

20.  ____. The Deep-Cape Fear Rivers of North Carolina as a distributional boundary for millipeds.  ASB Bull., 23:95. (Abstract).

21.  ____. Hundred-leggers and thousand-leggers.  Wildlife in North Carolina, 40:23-25.

22.  1977. Nature's walking stilt.  Wildlife in North Carolina, 41:22.

23.  1978. Millipeds of the eastern Piedmont region of North Carolina, USA (Diplopoda).  J. Nat. Hist., 12:37-79.

24.  1977. White pine community of the piedmont. Wildlife in North Carolina, 41:8-9, 26. (Second author with JC Clamp).

25.  ____.  Litter invertebrates of the disjunct white pine community, Chatham County, North Carolina. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., 92:82.(Abstract) (Second author with JC Clamp).

26.  ____.  Appendicular abnormalities in the milliped family Xystodesmidae (Polydesmida). Can. J. Zool., 55:1014-1018.

27.  ____.  The milliped genus Croatania (Polydesmida: Xystodes-midae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 90:302-325.

28.  ____.  North Carolina's terrestrial leech. Wildlife in North Carolina, 41:24.

29.  ____.  Other invertebrates. pp. 231-232, In: Cooper, JE, SS Robinson, and JB Funderburg, eds.  Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina. NC State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh, NC. 444 pp. + i-xvi.  (Second author with JE Cooper).

30.  ____.  Vejovis carolinianus (Beauvois). pp. 209-210. In: Cooper, JE et al., see above.

31.  ____.  Dixioria dactylifera Hoffman. p. 216. In: Cooper, JE et al., see above.

32.  ____.  New xystodesmid milliped genera from piedmont North and South Carolina. ASB Bull., 24:85. (Abstract).

33.  ____.  Towards a resolution of the Sigmoria-Sigiria enigma (Diplopoda: Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). ASB Bull., 24:85. (Abstract).

34.  ____.  The Kings-Crowders Mountain region:  A milliped "clus­ter" area in North Carolina (Diplopoda). ASB Bull., 24:50. (Abstract) (Second author with M. Filka).

35.  1978.  A preliminary report on the genus Pleuroloma (Diplo­-poda: Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). ASB Bull., 25:44.  (Abstract).

36.  1979.  Notes on the natural history of the terrestrial leech, Haemopis septagon Sawyer and Shelley (Gnathob­della: Hirudinidae). Brimleyana, 1:129-134. (With AL Braswell and DL Stephan).

37.  ____.  Occurrence of the milliped Pachydesmus crassicutis incursus Chamberlin in the Kings Mountain region of North Carolina and the Coastal Plain of South Carolina (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Brimleyana, 1:147-153.  (With M. Filka).

38.  1978.  Class Hirudinea.  pp. 121-122. In: Zingmark, Ri­chard G., ed., An Annotated checklist of the Biota of the Coastal Zone of South Carolina, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, SC.

39.  ____.  Class Chilopoda. p. 22. In: Zingmark, Richard G., ed., see above.

40.  ____.  Class Diplopoda. pp. 222-223. In: Zingmark, Richard G., ed., see above.

41.  1979.  A revision of the millipede genus Nopoiulus (Diplo-po­da: Julida: Blaniulidae). Ent. Scand., 10:65-72.  (Second author with H. Eng­hoff).

42.  ____.  A revision of the milliped genus Delophon, with the proposal of two new tribes in the subfamily Abacioni-nae (Callipodida: Caspiopetalidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 92:533-550.

43.  ____.  A synopsis of the milliped genus Cambala, with a description of C. minor Bollman (Spirostreptida: Cam­balidae).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 92:551-571.

44.  ____.  A new milliped of the genus Caralinda from north Florida (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Fla. Ent., 62:183-187.

45.  ____.  The status of Sigmoria gracilipes Chamberlin, with remarks on the milliped genus Brachoria (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Fla. Ent., 62:220-223.

46.  1980.  Revision of the milliped genus Pleuroloma (Polydes-mi­da: Xystodesmidae).  Can. J. Zool., 58:129-168.

47.  ____.  Structure of the gonopod primordia of the milliped Sigmoria latior (Brolemann) (Polydesmida: Xystodesmi­dae).  Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc., 99:173-179. (Second author with M. Filka).

48.  ____.  The status of Cleptoria shelfordi Loomis, with the proposal of a new genus in the milliped family Xysto­desmidae (Polydesmida).  Brimleyana, 3:31-42.

49.  ____.  The milliped fauna of the Kings Mountain region of North Carolina (Arthropoda: Diplopoda).  Brimleyana, 4:1-45.  (Second author with M. Filka).

50.  1981.  A new trachelodesmine genus and species from the Amazon region of Colombia and Ecuador (Diplopoda: Poly­desmida: Chelodesmidae).  Stud. Neotrop. Fauna Envir., 16:45-50.

51.  ____.  A new xystodesmid milliped genus and three new spe­-cies from piedmont South Carolina (Polydesmida).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 94:949-967.

52.  ____.  A new milliped genus and species from the Dominiican Republic, with the proposal of a new tribe in the fami­ly Chelodesmidae (Polydesmida). Stud. Neotrop. Fauna Envir., (Note: Manuscript and drawings lost by editor; paper was never published.)

53.  ____.  The identity and status of Cambala washingtonensis Causey (Diplopoda: Spirostreptida: Cambalidae). Ent­. News, 92:75-78.

54. ____.  Host record for the leech Placobdella nuchalis Saw-yer and Shelley (Rhynchobdella: Glossiphoniidae). J. Para­sitol., 67:748. (With AL Braswell).

55. ____.  Revision of the milliped genus Sigmoria (Polydesmi-da: Xystodesmidae). Mem. Amer. Entomol. Soc. No. 33, 141 pp.

56. ____.   A new milliped of the genus Brevigonus from South Carolina, with comments on the genus and B. shelfordi (Loomis) (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Brimleyana, 6:51-60.

57.  1982.  A new xystodesmid milliped genus and three new spe­-cies from the eastern Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina (Polydesmida).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 95:­458-477.

58.  ____.  Confirmation of the status of Euryurus mississippi-en­sis (Causey), with congeneric records from the Gulf States (Diplopoda: Polydesmida: Platyrhacidae). Fla. Ent., 65:254-263.

59.  1983.  A new milliped of the genus Delophon from Mississip-pi (Callipodida: Caspiopetalidae).  Ent. News, 94:11-14.

60.  ____.  Parvulodesmus prolixogonus, n. gen., n. sp., a new xystodesmid milliped from South Carolina (Polydesmi-da).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 96:121-126.

61.  ____.  The status of Cleptoria divergens (Chamberlin) (Pol-ydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Myriapodologica, 1:81-89.

62.  1982.  Revision of the milliped genus Auturus (Polydesmida: Plathyrhacidae).  Can. J. Zool., 60:3249-3267.

63.  1983.  Occurrence of the unionid, Anodonta implicata Say, in North Carolina.  The Nautilus, 97:145-146.

64.  ____.  New records and species of the milliped genus Cara-linda (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Fla. Ent., 66:407-415.

65.  1984.  Revision of the milliped genus Dynoria (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 97:90-102.

66.  ____.  A synopsis of the milliped genus Abacion Rafinesque (Callipodida: Caspiopetalidae).  Can. J. Zool., 62:980-988.

67.  ____.  Revision of the milliped genus Cheiropus (Polydesmi­da: Xystodesmidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 97:263-284.

68.  ____.  A revision of the milliped genus Dicellarius, with a revalidation of the genus Thrinaxoria (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 97:473-512.

69.  ____.  A new xystodesmid milliped genus and five new spe-cies from the Coastal Plain of Alabama (Polydesmida).  Fla. Ent., 67:453-464.

70.  1986.  A reconsideration of the milliped genus Sigmoria, with a revision of Deltotaria, and an analysis of the genera in the tribe Apheloriini (Polydesmida: Xysto-des­midae). Mem. Amer. Ent. Soc. No. 35, 223 pp.(With DR Whitehead).

71.  1987.  Unionid mollusks from the upper Cape Fear River Basin, North Carolina, with a comparison of the faunas of the Neuse, Tar, and Cape Fear drainages (Bivalvia: Unionacea).  Brimleyana, 13:67-89.

72.  ____.  The scolopendromorph centipedes of North Carolina, with a taxonomic assessment of Scolopocryptops graci-lis peregrinator (Crabill) (Chilopoda: Scolopendro-morpha).  Fla. Entomol., 70:498-512.

73.  ____.  The milliped Stenodesmus tuobitus (Chamberlin)(Poly-   ­desmida: Xystodesmidae) in Texas and New Mexico.  Natl. Geog. Res., 3:336-342.

74.  ____.  The scolopendromorph centipedes of Florida, with an introduction to the common myriapodous arthropods. Fla. Dept. Agric. Cons. Serv. Circ. No. 300, 4 pp. (With GB Edward­s).

75.  1989.  The milliped genus Texophon and the new tribe Texo-phonini (Callipodida: Schizopetalidae).  Southwestern Nat., 34:381-391.

76.  ____.  Rhysodesmus chisosi, n. sp., a biogeographically significant milliped from the Chisos Mountains, Texas.  (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Southwestern Nat., 34: 219-224.

77.  1988.  The millipeds of eastern Canada (Arthropoda: Diplo-po­da).  Can. J. Zool., 66:1638-1663.

78.  1989.  New records, species, and genera of caseyid milli-peds from the Pacific Coast of North America (Chordeu-matida: Caseyidae).  Pan Pacific Ent., 65:177-268.  (Second author with MR Gardner).

79.  1990.  Occurrences of the millipeds Thrinaxoria lampra (Chamber­lin) and Stenodesmus tuobitus (Chamberlin) in east and south Texas (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Southwes­tern Nat., 35:96-97.

80.  ____.  Discovery of the milliped Craspedosoma rawlinsii Leach in the New World (Chordeumatida: Craspedosomati­dae). Ent. Mon. Mag., 126:117.

81.  ____.  Occurrence of the milliped Auturus erythropygos erythropygos in Virginia (Polydesmida: Platyrhacidae).  Brimleyana, 16:61-62.

82.  ____.  Revision of the milliped family Eurymerodesmidae (Polydesmida: Chelodesmidea). Mem. Amer. Ent. Soc. No. 37, 112 pp.

83. ____.  Are allopatric/parapatric mosaic complexes widespread in the Diplopoda?  p. 23. In: A. Minelli, ed., Pro-ceed­ings of the 7th International Congress of Myriapo-dolo­gy, E. J. Brill, Leiden.

84. 1991.  Deletion of the centipede Theatops spinicaudus (Wood) from the Hawaiian fauna.  Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap.,        31:­182-184.

85. 1990.  The centipede, Theatops posticus (Say), in the south­west­ern United States and Mexico (Scolopendromorpha: Cryptopidae).  Can. J. Zool., 68:2637-2644.

86. ____.  Book Review: Kevan, DK McE. and GGE Scudder.  1989.  Illustrated Keys to the Families of Terrestrial Arth-ropods of Canada, 1. Myriapods (Millipeds, Centi­pedes, etc.).  Biological Survey of Canada, Taxonomic Series No. 1.  Pan-Pacific Entomol., 66:177-180.

87. ____.  A new milliped of the genus Metaxycheir from the Pa-cific Coast of Canada (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae), with re­marks on the tribe Chonaphini and the west Cana­dian and Alaskan diplopod fauna.  Can. J. Zool., 68:23­10-2322.

88. ____. A naturalist at Appomattox. The Virginia Explorer,       6:9.

89. 1991.  A fourth genus of small-bodied xystodesmid millipeds from the southeastern Coastal Plain (Polydes­mida).  Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., 93:245-248.

90. 1992.  Mimicry among aposematic Appalachian xystodesmid millipeds (Polydesmida). Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., 94:177-188. (Second author with DR Whitehead).

91. 1989.  Les mille-pattes (Diplopoda) de l'est du Canada: recoltes futures et perspectives de la recherche.  Rev. D'Entomol. du Quebec, 34:6-9.  (With L. LeSage).

92. 1992.  Occurrence of the milliped, Stenodesmus tuobitus (Chamber­lin), west of the Rio Grande (Polydes­mida: Xystodes­midae).  Insecta Mundi, 6:19-21.

93. ____.  Distribution of the centipede Scolopocryptops       sexspinosus (Say) in Alaska and Canada (Scolopen­dro-morpha: Crypto­pidae).  Insecta Mundi, 6:23-27.

94. 1993.  The milliped genus Underwoodia (Chordeumatida: Casey-i­dae).  Can. J. Zool., 71:168-176.

95. ____.  The myriapod types of Oscar Harger (Arthropoda: Dip-lo­poda, Chilopoda).  Brimleyana, 18:1-13.

96. ____.  Harpagonopus confluentus Loomis, a Pacific Coast milli­ped of the United States and Mexico (Polydesmida: Trichopol­ydes­moidea).  Myriapodologica, 2:73-81.

97. ____.  A new xystodesmid milliped genus and species from Oregon and Washington (Polydesmida).  Myriapodologica, 2:91-100.

98. ____.  The milliped genus Isaphe Cook (Polydesmida: Xysto-des­midae).  Can. J. Zool., 71:1161-1168.

99. ____.  Revision of the milliped genus Scytonotus Koch (Poly-desmida: Polydesmidae). Brimleyana, 19:1-60 (actual publication date, 18 May 1994).

100. ____.  The milliped genus Orophe Chamberlin (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Insecta Mundi, 7:175-182.

101. 1994.  The Chonaphini, a biogeographically significant milliped tribe in eastern and western North America (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Brimleyana, 20:111-200.

102. ____.  The milliped family Nearctodesmidae in northwestern North America, with accounts of Sakophallus and S. simplex Chamberlin (Polydesmida).  Can. J. Zool., 72:4­70-495.

103. ____.  Discovery of the milliped Cylindroiulus vulnerarius (Berlese) in North America (Julida: Julidae).  Ent. Monthly Mag., 130:189-190. (With CL Whitney).

104. ____.  Revision of the milliped family Paeromopodidae, and elevation of the Aprosphylosomatinae to family status (Julida: Paeromopodoidea).  Ent. Scand., 25:169-214.

105. 1997.  The Holarctic Centipede Subfamily Plutoniuminae (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha: Crypt­opidae). Brimley­ana, 24:51-113.

106. 1994.  Introductions of the scorpions Centruroides vittatus (Say) and C. hentzi (Banks) into North Carolina, with records of the indigenous scorpion, Vaejovis carolinia­nus (Beauvois) (Scorpioni­da: Buthidae, Vaejovidae).  Brimleyana, 21:43-53.

107. ____.  Distribution of the scorpion Vaejovis carolinianus (Beauvois) - a reevaluation (Scorpionida: Vaejovidae).  Brimleyana, 21:55-66.

108. 1995.  Report on a rare developmental anomaly in the scor-pion Centruroides vittatus (Say) (Scorpi­ones: Buthi­dae).  (Second author with WD Sissom).  J. Arach­nol., 23:199-201.

109. ____.  Anelus richardsoni (Pocock), a Gulf Coastal milliped of the United States and Mexico (Spirobolida: Allopo­cockiidae). Myria­podo­logica, 2:107-114. (With RL Hoffman).

110. ____.  Parcipromus, n. gen., a xystodesmid milliped genus from the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California (Polydes­mida).  Myriapodologica, 2:53-70.

111. ____.  Occurrence of the milliped Ergodesmus compactus Chamberlin in Canada (Polydesmida: Nearctodesmidae). (Second author with CL Whitney). Insecta Mundi, 9:277-278.

112. ____.  The Sigmocheirini, a xystodesmid milliped tribe from the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, U. S. A. (Pol­ydesmida).  Ent. Scand., 26:339-360.

113. ____.  Plutoniinae Bollman, 1893 (Arthropo­da: Chilo­poda) and Plu­toni­inae Coc­kerell, 1893 (Mollusca: Gastropo­da): Proposed removal of homonymy.  (With T. Backe­ljau).  Bull. Zool. Nomen., 52:150-152.

114. ____.  Book Review. Rare and Endangered Biota of Florida, Vol. IV, Invertebrates. Mark Deyrup and Richard Franz, eds. University Press of Florida. 1994. Bull. Assoc. Southeastern Biol., 42:232-234.

115. ____.  The milliped family Hirudisomatidae in the New World (Polyzoniida).  Brimleyana, 23:103-143.

116. ____.  Distributions of the scorpions Centruroi­des vittatus (Say) and C. hentzi (Banks) in the United States and Mexico (Scorpiones: Buthidae).   J. Arachnol., 23:100-110. (With WD Sissom).

117. 1996.  A description of Siphonophora portoricensis Brandt (Diplopoda: Siphonophorida: Siphonophoridae), with an ordinal catalog of the New World fauna. J. Nat. Hist., 30:1799-1814.

118. ____.  Book Review.  The Biology of Millipedes.  Stephen P. Hopkin and Helen J. Read.  Oxford University Press.  1992.  Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash., 98:169-172.

119. ____.  The milliped order Callipodida in western North America (Schizopetalidae: Tynommatinae), and a summary of the New World fauna.  Ent. Scand., 27:25-64.

120. ____.  Yellowstone's first millipede. Yellowstone Science, 4:10-11.

121. ____.  Cnemodesmus riparius, n. sp., a riparian milliped from the Namib Desert, Africa (Polydesmida: Paradoxo-so­matidae).   Myria­podo­logica, 4:1-8. (With CS Craw-ford).

122. ____.  The milliped genus Utadesmus Chamberlin and Hoffman (Polydesmi­da: Polydesmidae). Myriapodologica, 4:9-16.

123. ____.  The identity of Alpertia lunatifrons Loomis (Poly-des­mida: Polydesmidae), with records of introduced poly­desmids from the northwestern states, deletion of Poly­desmus racovitzai Brolemann, and identification of invalid taxa.  Myriapodologica, 4:17-20.

124. ____.  The milliped order Siphonophorida in the United States and northern Mexico.  Myriapodologica, 4:21-33.

125. ____.  The identity of Scolopendra marginata Say (Chilo-poda: Scolopen­dromorpha: Scolopen­dridae). Myriapodo­logica, 4:35-42. (Second author with RL Hoff­man).

126. ____.  Nepalozonium trimaculatum, n. gen., n. sp., (Diplo-poda: Polyzoniida: Hirudisomatidae):  first record of the order and family from central Asia.  Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash., 98:677-680.

127. ____.  A second Australian record of the centipede, Asanada brevicornis Meinert (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendri-dae: Scolopendrinae). (With H. Heatwole).  Ent. Month-ly Mag., 132:280. 

128. ____.  Revision of the milliped genus Xystocheir Cook (Poly desmi­da: Xysto­des­midae), Can. J. Zool., 74:1336-1363.

129. ____.  Discovery of the milliped Conotyla blakei (Verhoeff) in Canada (Chordeumatida: Conotylidae). Ent. News, 107:276. (With L. LeSage).

130. 1997.  A reevaluation of the milliped genus Motyxia Cham-berlin, with remarks on the bioluminescence (Poly­des­mida: Xystodesmidae). Insecta Mundi, 11:331-351.

131. ____.  New records and species, and taxonomic alterations, in the milliped family Paeromopodidae (Julida). (With SB Bauer).  Ent. News, 108:1-14.

132. ____.  The identity of Polydesmus sastianus Chamberlin, proposal of a new genus, and remarks on the identity of Brachydesmus hastingsus Chamberlin (Polydesmida: Poly­desmi­dae).  Myriapodologica, 4:59-67.

133. ____.  Diuncustoma cylindricum, n. gen., n. sp., a rhacho-des­mid milliped with two gnathochilarial projec­tions (Poly­desmi­da).  Myriapodologica, 4:85-88.

134. ____.  Colactoides grandis, n. gen., n. sp., a new callipo-doid milliped from Chihuahua (Schizopetalidae: Tynom­matinae).  Myriapodologica, 5:33-39.

135. ____.  Corypus kavanaughi, n. sp., a large-bodied chordeu-­matoid diplopod from Idaho, and a review of the genus (Conotylidae).  Myriapodologica, 4:121-125.

136. ____.  Distribution of the milliped Tylobolus utahensis Chamberlin, and remarks on T. fredericksoni Causey (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae). Great Basin Nat., 57:231-237. (With SB Bauer).

137. 1998.  The milliped family Paradoxosomatidae in the Hawai-ian Islands (Polydesmida). Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap., 56:­43-53. (With SB Bauer and SF Swift).

138. 1998.  The milliped family Polyzoniidae in North America, with a classification of the global fauna (Polyzoni­ida). Arthropoda Selecta, 6(3/4):3-34.        

139. 1998.  The milliped order Julida in the Hawaiian Islands (Julida). Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap., 56:38-43. (With SF Swift).

140. ____.  Occurrence of the milliped Trigoniulus corallinus (Gervais) on Oahu and Kauai.  Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap., 56:55-57.

141. ____.  Deletion of the milliped Vanhoeffenia tristriatus (Attems) from the Hawaiian fauna (Polydesmida: Dalo-des­midae).  Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap., 56:57-58.

142. ____.  Occurrence of the milliped Glyphiulus granulatus (Gervais) in the Hawaiian Islands (Spirostreptida: Cambalidea: Camba­lopsidae). Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap., 56:36-37.

143. ____.  Quarantine interception of the milliped, Rhinotus purpureus (Pocock), and potential occurrence of the order and family in the Hawaiian Islands (Polyzoniida: Siphonotidae).  Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap., 56:54-55.

144. ____.  List of cave millipeds of North America north of Mexico.  Cave Data webpage and CDROM project. 12 pp.

145. ____.  List of cave centipedes of North America north of Mexico.  Cave Data webpage and CDROM project. 4 pp.

146. ____.  The milliped genus Onychelus Cook (Spirobolida: Ato­-petholidae: Onychelinae) Myriapodologica, 5(11):111-117.

147. 2000.  Revision of the milliped subfamily Desmoninae (Poly­-desmida: Sphaeriodesmidae).  Myriapo­do­logi­ca, 6:27-54.

148. 1999.  Diagnoses, synonymies, and occurrences of the milli-­peds, Leptogoniulus sorornus (But­ler) and Trigoniulus coral­linus (Gervais) (Spirobolida: Pachy­bolidae: Tri­goniulinae) (With PT Lehtinen). J. Nat. Hist., 33:1379-1401­.

149. 1998.  Introduced millipeds of the family Paradoxosomatidae on Pacific islands (Polydesmida) (With PT Lehtinen).  Arthro­poda Selecta­, 7(2):81-94.

150. 2000.  The milliped family Haplodesmidae in the Hawaiian Islands, with records of Prosopodesmus jacobsoni Silves­tri from Florida and Louisiana (Polydesmida).  Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap. No.64:48-49. (With S. I. Golovatch).

151. 1999.  Centipedes and Millipedes with Emphasis on North American Fauna.  Kan­sas Sch­ool Nat­­ural­ist, 45(3):1-15.

152. 2000.  The centipede order Scolopendromorpha in the Hawai-ian Islands (Chilopoda).  Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap. No. 64:39-48.

153. ____.  The centipede order Lithobiomorpha in the Hawaiian Islands (Chilopoda). Bishop Mus. Occ. Pap. No. 63:35-49. (Second author with M. Zap­paro­li).

154. 1999.  New trachelodesminine millipeds from northern South America, with a key to tribal genera (Polydesmida: Chelodesmidae).  Papeis Avulsos de Zoo­logi­a, 41:59-65.   ­

155. 2000.  A new callipodoid milliped genus and species from Sinaloa, with the proposal of a new tribe in the sub-fam­ily Tynommatinae (Schizopetalidae). Myriapodologi-ca, 6:83-86.

156. ____.  The milliped genus Piedolus Chamberlin (Spirobolida: Atopetholidae: Arinolinae).  Myriapodo­logi­ca, 6:77-81.

157. ____.  The milliped genus Tirodesmus (Polydesmida: Platy-­rhacidae).  Myriapodologica, 6:69-75.

158. 1999.  A second east-Nearctic species of Rhysodesmus Cook (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Myriapodo­logi­ca, 6:19-22.

159. 2002.  A synopsis of the North American centipedes of the order Scolopendromorpha (Chilopoda).  Memoir of the Virginia Mu­seum of Natural History, 5:1-108­.

160. 2000.  Neotype designation and a diagnostic account for the centipede, Scolopendra gigantea L. 1758, with an ac­count of S. galapagoensis Bollman 1889­­(Scolopendro­morpha: Scolopendridae) (With S­B Kiser).  Trop­ical Zoology, 13:159-170.

161. 2001.  A synopsis of the milliped genus Aniulus Chamberlin (Ju­lida: Parajulidae: Parajulinae: Aniulini).  Texas Memor­ial Mu­seum, Speleological Monographs, 5:73-94.

162. 2000.  Parajulid Studies II.  The subgenus Hakiulus Cham-ber­lin (Julida: Parajulidae: Parajulinae: Aniulini).  Myriapodologica, 6:121-145

163. 2001.  A new milliped of the genus Parvulodesmus Shelley from North Carolina, with rediagnoses of the genus and P. prolixogonus Shelley (Polydesmida: Xystodesmi­dae).  Myriapodologica, 7:77-84.

164. 2000.  Occurrence of the centipede, Dinocryptops miersii (Newport), in Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago (Scolopen­dro­morpha: Scolopocryp­topidae).  Carib. J. Sci.,
­3­6:155-156.

165. ____.  A new diplopod of the genus Caralinda from South Carolina (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae).  Myriapodologi­ca, 6:147-150.

166. ____.  Annotated checklist of the millipeds of North Caro-lina (Arthropoda: Diplopoda), with remarks on the genus Sigmoria Chamberlin (Polydesmida: Xystodesmi-dae). ­J. E­lisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., 116:177-205.

167. ____.  Chondromorpha xanthotricha (Attems), a new milliped for the continental United States (Polydesmida: Para­doxosomatidae).  Ent. News., 111:370.

168. 2001.  New records of pyrgodesmid millipeds (Polydesmida) from the southeastern United States, with a summary of the fauna. Ent. News, 112:59-63­. (With SI Golovatch).

169. 2001 (2000). Annotated checklist of the millipeds of Flori­da (Arthropoda: Diplopoda). Insecta Mundi, 14:241-251.

170. 2001.  A new family, genus, and species in the milliped order Spirobolida.  Myriapodologica, 7:53-58.

171. 2000.  Nomenclator Generum et Familiarum Diplopodorum II, A List of the Genus and Family-Group Names in the Class Diplopoda from 1958 through 1999. Pensoft Press, 167   pp. (With P. Sierwald, SB Kiser, SI Golo­vatch).

172. 2002. Thrinaxoria paynei, a new species of pachydesminine milli­ped from Geor­gia (Polydes­mida: X­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ys­todes­midae).  Ent. News­, 113:144-146.

173. ____.  Annotated checklist of the millipeds of California (Arthropoda: Diplopoda). Western North American Natu-ralist Monograph, 1:90-115.

174. 2000.  Neotype designation for the centipede, Mycotheres leucopoda Rafinesque (Scolopendromorpha: Cryptopidae).  Myriapodologica, 7:15-17.

175. ____.  Parajulid studies III.  The genus Gyniulus Loomis (Parajulinae: Aniulini).  Myriapodologica, 7:19-28­.

176. 2002.  The milliped genus Oriulus Chamberlin (Julida: Para­-julid­ae­). Can. J. Zool., 80:1-10.

177. 2001.  Introduction of the milliped, Helicorthomorpha hol­-stii, in Florida (Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae).  Ent. News, 112:200. (With GB Edwards).

178. ____.  Nomenclator Generum Diplopodorum. A complete listing of all genus‑group names in the class Diplopoda from 1758 through 1999. Authors: Jeekel, CAW, RL Hoffman, RM Shelley, P. Sierwald, SB Kiser & SI Golovatch; P. Sierwald, ed. On‑line publication:  http://www.fmnh.org/research_collections/zoology/zoo_sites/millipeet/hom...

179. 2002.  A new diplopod of the genus Lepturodesmus from Toba-go (Polydesmida: Chelodesmidae). Carib. J. Sci.­, 38:146-147.

180. ____.  Redescription of the milliped Myrmecodesmus mundus (Chamberlin) (Polydesmida: Pyrgodesmidae). Z­oo­taxa, 115:1-6.

181. ____. The millipeds of central Canada (Arthropoda: Diplopo-da), with reviews of the Canadian fauna an­­­­­­­d glo­bal faunistic studies. Can. J. Zool., 80:1863-1875.

182. ____.  Introduction of the milliped family Rhinocricidae in Florida (Spirobolida). Ent. News, 113:270-274. (With GB Edwards).

183. ____.  Millipede phylogeny revisited in the light of the enigmatic order Siphoniulida. J. Zool. Sys. Evolut. Res., 41:87-99.  (­­­­­Third author with P. S­i­er­wald, WA S­h­ear, and J. Bond).

184. ____.  Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) of the Ark-La-Tex. I. New distributional and state records for seven coun­ties of the west Gulf Coastal Plain of Arkansas.  J. Arkansas Acad. Sci., 56:91-94. (Third author with CT M­cAllister, CS Harris, and JT McAllister, III).  

185. ____.  Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) of Ark-La-Tex. II. Distributional records for some species of western and central Arkansas and eastern and southeastern Okla-homa. J. Arkansas Acad. Sci., 56:95-98. (Second author with CT McAllister and JT McAllister, III).

186. 2003.  A revised, annotated, family-level classification of the Diplopo­da. Arthropoda Selecta, 11(3):187-207.

187. ____.  A new milliped of the genus Abacion Rafinesque from Arkansas (Callipodida: Abacionidae). Zootaxa, 170:1-7. ­(With CT M­cAl­lister and JL H­ol­lis).

188. ____.  Redescription of the milliped Amphelictogon subter-ran­eus bahamien­sis Chamber­lin, 1918, with an assess-ment of the family Chelodesmidae in the Bahamas (Poly-des­mida: Leptodes­midea). Zootaxa, 180:1-8.

189. ____.  A new polydesmid milliped genus and two new species from Oregon and Washington, U. S. A., with a review of Bidentogon Buckett and Gardner, 1968, and a summary of the family in western North America (Polydesmida: Poly­desmidae). Zootaxa, 296:1-12.

190. ____.  Narceus woodruffi Causey, a forgotten milliped spe-cies (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae). Insecta Mun­di, 16(1-3):25-29.

191. ____.  Occurrence of the milliped, Sinocallipus simplipodi­-cus Zhang, in Laos, with a review of the southeast Asian callip­odidan fauna and remarks on the phyloge-netic position of the order (Callipodida: Sinocallipo­didea: Sinocallipo­didae). Zootaxa, 365:1-20 (2nd au­thor with WA Shear and H. Heatwole).    

192. ____.  The centipede genus Newportia Gervais, 1847, in Mex-ico: description of a new troglomorphic species; rede­scription of N. sabina Chamberlin, 1942; revival of N. azteca Humbert & Saussure, 1869; and a summary of the fauna (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopocryptopidae: Newpor-ti­inae). Zootaxa, 379:1-20. (Second author with A. Chagas).

193. 2004.  Discovery of the milliped Pleuroloma flavipes (Poly­-desmida: Xystodesmidae) in Texas, and other records from west of the Mississippi River.  Ent. News, 114(1): ­2-6.  (With CT McAllister, SB Smith).

194. ____.  Otocryptops gracilis berkleyensis Verhoeff, 1938, a synonym of Scolopocryptops gracilis Wood, 1862 (Chilo-poda: Scolopendromorpha: Scolopocryptopidae).  Ent. News, 114(1):57. 

195. ____.  Rediscovery and redescription of the centipede, Para­cryptops inexpectus Chamberlin, 1914, with an account of the genus (Scolopendro­morpha: Cryptopidae: Cryptopi­nae).  Zootaxa, 475:1-8.  (Sec­cond author with A. Chagas).

196. ____.  The milliped family Pyrgodesmidae in­the continental Uni­ted Sta­tes, with the first record of P­oratia digi-ta­ta (Porat) from the Bahamas (Polydesmi­da). J. Nat. Hist., 38(9):1159-1181.

196. ____. Noteworthy records of the millipeds, Eurymero­des­mus angularis Causey and E. mundus Chamber­lin (­­­­­­Poly­­­des­­­mid­a: E­­urymerodesmidae), from northeastern and westcent-ral Texas. Texas J. Sci., 56:73-77. (Second author with CT McAllis­ter and DI Moore).

197. ____.  Geographic distribution records for scolopendromorph centipedes (Arthropoda: Chilopoda) from Arkansas, Ok-lahoma, & Texas.  J. Arkansas Acad. Sci., 57:111-114. (Dated 2003). (Second author with CT & JT McAllis­ter).

198. ____.  Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) from Ark-La-Tex. III. Additional records from Arkansas.  J. Arkansas Acad. Sci., 57:115-121. (Dated 2003). (Second author with CT & JT McAllister).

199. ____.  Parajulid milliped studies V. The genera Pseudojulus Boll­man and Arvechambus Causey (Parajulinae: Aniuli-ni).  Insecta Mundi­, 16(4):191-204. (Dated 2002; publ. 3­/17­/04).

200. ____.  Discovery of the centipede Scolopocryptops gracilis Wood in Montana (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopocryptopi­dae).  Western North American Nat., 64(2):257-258 (With DL Six).

201. ____.  Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) of the Ark-La-Tex. IV. New geographic distribution records from southcen-tral and southeastern Oklahoma.  Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci.­, 83:83-86.  (Second author with CT McAllister)

202. ____.  The centipede order Geophilomorpha in the Hawaiian Islands (Chilopoda).  Bishop Mus. Occ. Paps., 78:13-32.  (Four­th author with L. Bonato, D. Foddai, and A. Minel­li).

203. 2003.  Discovery of the milliped, Tylobolus utahensis Cham-berlin, in Arizona (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae).  ­­West­ern North American Nat., 63(4):541-542. (With L. E. Ste­­vens)­.

204. 2003.  Occurrence of the milliped Pachydesmus crassicutis adsinicolus Hoffman in Florida (Polydesmida: Xysto-desmi­dae).  Insecta Mundi, 15(4):220.

205. 2004.  The centipede genus Arthrhorhabdus Pocock, 1891, in the Western Hemisphere: potential occurrence of A. pygmaeus (Pocock, 1895) in Belize (Scolopendrom­orpha: Scolopendridae: S­colopendrinae). Western North Ameri-can Naturalist, 64(4):532-537. (With A. Chagas).

206. ____.  Introduction of the milliped Cleidogona nantahala Shear, 1972, in New England (Chordeumatida: Cleidogon-i­dae). Ent. News, 115(2):88-94. (Second author with WA Shear).

207. ____.  Occurrences of the centipedes Scolopendra subspin-pes Leach and S. morsitans L. on Pacific islands.  (Chilop­oda: Scolopendro­morpha: Scolopendridae).  Ent. News, 115(2):95-100.

208. ____.  Titsona tida Chamberlin, 1962, a synonym of Chone-iulus palmatus (Nemec, 1895) (Diplopoda: Julida: Blan­iulidae). Ent. News, 115(2):101-107. (With H. Eng-hoff).

209. ____.  A fourth Floridian record of the centipede genus Rhysida Wood, 1862; potential establishment of R. l. longipes (Newport, 1845) in Miami-Dade County (Scolo­pendromorpha: Scolopendridae: Otostigminae).  Ent. News, 115(2):116-119.  (With GB Edwards).

210. ____.  A contribution on the South African millipede genus, Nematozonium Verhoeff, 1939 (Siphonophorida: Siphono­rhinidae). African Entomology, 12(2):217-222. (With RL Hoffman).

211. 2005.  Perustigmus and Perustigminae Verhoeff, 1941, inval-id genus- and family-group names in the centipede fam-ily Scolopendridae (Scolopendromorpha).  Ent. News, 115(3):172-173. (With A. Chagas).

212. ____.  Discovery of the milliped, Scytonotus granulatus (Say, 1821) in Oklahoma, with a new record from Ala-bama and a review of its distribution (Polydesmida: Polydes­midae). Western North American Naturalist, 65(1):112-117.(With CT McAllister & ZD Ramsey).

213. ____.  Distribution of the milliped Virgoiulus minutus (Bran­dt, 1841) (Julida: Blaniulidae). Western North American Nat., 65(2):258-266. (Second author with CT McAl­lister, H. E­ng­­hoff, & ZD Ram­sey).

214. ____.  Introduction of the centipede Scolopendra morsitans L., 1758, into northeastern Florida, the first authen-tic North American record, and a review of its global occurrences (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendridae: Scolo-pendrinae). Ent. News, 116(1):39-58, (With GB Edwards & A. Chagas).

215. ____.  Significant new distribution records for the centi-pede, Theatops posticus (Say) from Oklahoma, with four new records from the Ark-La-Tex.  Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci., 84:73-74. (Second author with CT McAllister & ML Cameron).

216. ____. A new milliped of the genus Stenozonium from Washing-ton state, USA: First record of the family from north of the Columbia River (Polyzoniida: Polyzoniidae).  Zootaxa, 1017: 25-32. (With WA Shear).

­217. ____. A proposed standardised terminology for the external taxonomic characters of the Scolopendromorpha (Chilo-poda). Fragmenta Faunistica, 48(1):1-8. (Third author with JGE Lewis and GD Edgecombe).

218. ____. Discovery of the milliped, Auturus louisianus lousi-anus (Chamberlin, 1918) in Texas (Diplopoda: Polydes-mida: Euryuridae).  Ent. News, 116(3):187-188. (Second author with CT McAllister).

219. ____. Ectonocryptoides quadrimeropus, a new centipede genus and species from Jalisco, Mexico; proposal of Ectono-cryptopinae, analysis of subfamilial relationships, and a key to subfamilies and genera of the Scolopo-cryptopidae (Scolopendromorpha). Zootaxa, 1094:25-40. (With R. Mercurio).

220. ____.  A synopsis of the milliped genus Brachycybe Wood, 1864 (Platydesmida: Andrognathidae). Fragmenta Faunistica, 48(2):137-166.  (With CT McAllister & T. Tanabe).

221. 2006 (2005).  Discovery of the milliped, Tiganogona brownae Chamberlin (Chordeumatida: Cleidogonidae) in central Oklahoma; westernmost records for the family and genus.  Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci., 85:79-80. (Second author with CT McAllister).

222. ____.  Composition and distribution of the milliped tribe Pachydesmini west of the Mississippi River (Polydesmi-da: Xystodesmidae). Western North American Nat., 66(1): 45-54.  (With CT McAllister).

223. ____. Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on scolopendrid centipedes (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendri-  dae). Zootaxa, 1155:35-40. (third author with JGE Lewis & A. Minelli).

224. ____. The holotype of the milliped, Narceus woodruffi Cau-sey, 1959 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae). Ent. News, 117(2): 235-236.

225. ____. Introduction of the milliped, Trigoniulus corallinus (Gervais, 1847)(Spirobolida: Trigoniulidae), in Flori-da. Ent. News, 117(2):239-241. (with RM Carmany & J. Burgess).

226. ____. Leonardesmus injucundus, n. gen., n. sp., an aromat-ic, small‑bodied milliped from Washington State, U. S. A., and a revised account of the family Nearctodesmi-dae (Polydesmida). Zootaxa, 1176:1-16.(with WA Shear).

227. ____. Nomenclator generum et familiarum Chilopodorum II: A list of the genus- and family-group names in the Class Chilopoda from 1958 through 2005.  Zootaxa, 1198:1-20.

228. ____. A chronological catalog of the New World species of Scolopendra L., 1758 (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendridae).  Zootaxa, 1253:1-50.

229. ____. Distribution of the milliped genus Narceus Rafi-nesque, 1820 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae): Occurrences in New England and west of the Mississippi River, and a summary of peripheral localities; first records from Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, & Minnesota. Western North American Nat., 66(3):374-389. (With CT McAllis-ter & MF Medrano).

230. ____. Nesoressa crawfordi, n. gen., n. sp., a montane island milliped in New Mexico, USA; proposal of the new tribe Nesoressini and a preliminary cladogram of the lineage “Aniulina” (Julida: Parajulidae). Zootaxa, 1285:31-50. (With MF Medrano)

231. 2007. Tingupa tlingitorum, n. sp., a new milliped from Haines, Alaska, USA, with notes of the generic distri-bution and a revised key to species (Chordeumatida: Tingupidae). Zootaxa, 1393:53-59. (Second author with WA Shear).

232. ____. Diplopoda, Chordeumatida, Caseyidae, Opiona colum-biana Chamberlin, 1951: Distribution extensions into the Alexander Archipelago, Alaska, USA, Queen Char-lotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, and eastern & southern Washington State, USA; additional new records from British Columbia and Washington. Check List 2007, 3(1):14-17. (With WA Shear, WP Leonard & K. Ovaska).

233. ____. Arvechamboides ocala, n. gen., n. sp., a new aniuli-nine milliped from Peninsular Florida, USA (Julida: Parajulidae).  Zootaxa, 1140:61-68.

234. ____. Additional distributional records for scolopendro-morph centipedes from Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, & Texas, with the first report of Theatops spinicaudus (Wood) from Texas. Texas J. Sci., 58(4):299-308 (Second author with CT McAllister & HW Robison).

235. ____. A glomeridesmid milliped in Canada (Diplopoda: Glo-meridesmida). Ent. News, 118(2): 199-202. (with RA Cannings, PT LePage, & KJ White).

236. ____. Occurrences of the milliped, Chondromorpha xantho-tricha (Attems, 1898) in the New World: First records from Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, the Cayman Islands, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, and Tobago; first localities in Cuba (Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae). Ent. News, 118(2):213-216 (With FG Cupul-Magaña).

237. ____. Distribution of the milliped genus Apheloria Chamber-lin, 1921; summaries of peripheral localities and ones of A. virginiensis (Drury, 1770) west of the Missis-sippi River (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae). Western North American Nat., 67(2):258-269. (With CT McAllis-ter).

238. ____. A fourth Bahamian record of the milliped, Amphelicto-gon subterraneus bahamiensis Chamberlin, 1918 (Poly-desmida: Chelodesmidae). Ent. News, 118(3):323-324.

239. ____ Occurrence of the centipede, Paracryptops inexpectus Chamberlin, 1914, in Barbados (Scolopendromorpha: Cryptopidae: Cryptopinae). Ent. News, 118(3):315-316.

240. ____ Occurrence of the milliped genus Scytonotus C.L. Koch,        1847 (Polydesmida: Polydesmidae) in Alberta, Canada.               Ent. News, 118(3):319-320.

241. ____ Rediagnoses of the milliped genera Pseudojulus Boll-man, 1887, and Arvechambus Causey, 1963, in the south-eastern USA; description of P. mississippiensis, n. sp. and proposal of the subtribe Pseudojulina (Julida: Parajulidae: Parajulinae: Aniulini). Zootaxa, 1541:1-16.

242. ____ The milliped genus Tidesmus Chamberlin, 1943 (Polydes-mida: Macrosternodesmidae). Zootaxa, 1656:51-68. (Second author with WA Shear).

243. ____ Taxonomy of extant Diplopoda (Millipeds) in the modern era: Perspectives for future advancements and observa-tions on the global diplopod community (Arthropoda: Diplopoda). In: Zhang, Z‑Q & Shear, WA (eds.), Linna-eus Tercentenary: Progress in Invertebrate Taxonomy. Zootaxa, 1668:343-362.

244. ____ Rediscovery of the centipede Scolopendra heros (Chilo-poda: Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendridae) in southeast-ern Colorado. Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci., 110(3/4):274-275. (Third author with H. Guarisco & C. Liggett).

245. 2008 Cave millipeds of the United States. VI. Sequoiadesmus krejcae, n. gen., n. sp., from Sequoia and Kings Can-yon National Parks, California, USA (Diplopoda,Polydesmida, Polydesmidea, Macrosternodes-midae). Zootaxa, 1693:41-48. (Second author with WA Shear).

246. ____ Redescription and illustrations of the centipede, Ectonocryptops kraepelini Crabill, 1977 (Scolopendro-morpha: Scolopocryptopidae: Ectonocryptopinae). Zootaxa, 1824:65-68. (With R. Mercurio).

247. ____ Way Down South: The milliped family Parajulidae (Julida: Parajulini) in Mexico and Central America; first records from El Salvador and the Baja California Peninsula. Zootaxa 1893:1-37.

248. ____ Revision of the centipede genus Hemiscolopendra Krae-pelin, 1903: Description of H. marginata (Say, 1821) and possible misidentifications as Scolopendra spp.; proposal of Akymnopellis, n. gen., and redescriptions of its South American components (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendridae: Scolopendrinae). Int. J. Myriapodol., 2:171-204.

249. 2009 New records of eurymerodesmid millipeds (Diplopoda: Polydesmida)from arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Okla-homa, and Texas. J. Ark. Acad. Sci., 62:155-158. (2nd author with CT McAllister).

250. ____ Distribution extensions of the milliped families Cono-tylidae and Rhiscosomididae (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida) into northern coastal British Columbia and southern Alaska. Insecta Mundi, 71:1-6. (With MF Medrano, WA Shear, K Ovaska, KJ White, EI Havard).

251. ____ Occurrence of the centipede Ectonocryptoides quadri-meropus Shelley & Mercurio, 2005, in central Mexico (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopocryptopidae: Ectonocryptop-idae). Western North American Nat., 69(1):138-139.

252. ____The milliped families Spirostreptidae (Spirostreptida) and Paradoxosomatidae (Polydesmida) in the Middle East; first records of the Diplopoda from Saudi Arabia. Insecta Mundi, 83:1-6.

253. ____ Branneria bonoculus (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida: Bran-nerioidea): New to the milliped fauna of Texas. South-western Nat., 54(3):350-351. (3rd author with CT McAl-lister and WA Shear).

254. ____ The millipede order Callipodida in Mexico, with de-scriptions of a new genus and species from Sonora (Schizopetalidae). In SM Roble & JC Mitchell (eds.) A Lifetime of Contributions to Myriapodology and the Natural History of Virginia: A Festschrift in honor of Richard L. Hoffman’s 80th birthday. Virginia Mus. Nat. Hist. Spec. Pub. No. 16: 159-165. (Second author with P. Stoev).

255. ____ Aniulus garius (Chamberlin, 1912), a widespread milli-ped in central and eastern North America (Julida: Par-ajulidae: Aniulini). In SM Roble & JC Mitchell (eds.) A Lifetime of Contributions to Myriapodology and the Natural History of Virginia: A Festschrift in honor of Richard L. Hoffman’s 80th birthday. Virginia Mus. Nat. Hist. Spec. Pub. No. 16:223-231. (Second author with CT McAllister & SE Trauth).

256. ____ The milliped family Tingupidae (Chordeumatida) on Kodiak Island, Alaska, USA, a geographically remote record of indigenous Diplopoda. Insecta Mundi, 105:1-5. (With MF Medrano & K. Ovaska).

257. 2010 The Asian polydesmidan milliped, Helicorthomorpha hol-stii (Pocock) (Paradoxosomatidae), established in Hawai’i. Bishop Mus. Occas. Paps. No. 108:45-46. (Second author with FG Howarth).

258. ____ Occurrence of the milliped, Hiltonius carpinus carpinus Chamberlin, 1943 (Spirobolida: Spirobolidae), in the United States and new records from Mexico. Insecta Mundi, 116:1-3

259. ____ Anatomy of Ectonocryptoides (Scolopocryptopidae: Ec-      tonocryptopinae) and the phylogeny of blind Scolopen-          dromorpha (Chilopoda). Int. J. Myr., 3:51-81 (3rd         author with M. Koch & G.D. Edgecombe).

260. ____ Octoglena claraqua, n. sp. (Polyzoniida: Hirudisomati-dae), a new milliped from Idaho, USA; first record of the order from the western interior of North America. Zootaxa 2446:55-64 (with C.H. Richard & A.E. Bogan).

261. ____ Rediscovery, redescription, and illustrations of the milliped, Mitocybe auriportae Cook & Loomis, 1928 (Colobognatha: Platydesmida: Andrognathidae). Zootaxa, 2475:39-47.

262. ____ Distribution of Abacion texense (Loomis, 1937), the only milliped traversing the Rio Grande, Mississippi,  and Pecos rivers (Callipodida: Abacionidae). Insecta Mundi, 124:1-8 (Second author with C.T. McAllister).

263. 2011. Atlas of Myriapod Biogeography. I. Indigenous Ordinal and Supra-Ordinal Distributions in the Diplopoda: Per-spectives on Taxon Origins and Ages, and a Hypothesis on the Origin and Early Evolution of the Class. Insec-ta Mundi, 158:1-134, (With S.I. Golovatch).

263. ____ A common terminology for the external anatomy of centipedes (Chilopoda). ZooKeys, 69:17-51. (6th author with L. Bonato, GD Edgecombe, JGE Lewis, A. Minelli, & LA Pereira

264. 2011. Atlas of Myriapod Biogeography. I. Indigenous Ordinal and Supra-Ordinal Distributions in the Diplopoda: Perspectives on Taxon Origins and Ages, and a Hypothesis on the Origin and Early Evolution of the Class. Insecta Mundi, 158:1-134, (With S.I. Golovatch).

265. ____. Distribution of the American milliped genus Boraria Chamberlin, 1943: Introductions of B. stricta (Brölemann, 1896) in New York and B. infesta (Chamberlin, 1918) in Connecticut; indigenous occurrence of B. profuga (Causey, 1955) in Louisiana (Diplopoda: Polydes-mida: Xystodesmidae). Insecta Mundi 0194:1-8 (With CT McAllister, CM Nagy, ME Weckel, RG Christie, P.& A. Wilson).

266. ____. The milliped order Glomeridesmida (Diplopoda: Pentazonia: Limacomorpha) in Oceania, the East Indies, and southeastern Asia; first records from Palau, the Philippines, Vanuatu, New Britain, the Island of New Guinea, Cambodia, Thailand, and Borneo and Sulawesi, Indonesia. Insecta Mundi, 0196:1-11.

267. ____. The first vouchered milliped records for Prince Edward Island and additional new records from the Maritime Provinces of Canada (Arthropoda: Diplopoda). Insecta Mundi 0203:1-3 (with ME Smith).

268. 2012. The milliped genus Euryurus Koch, 1847 (Polydesmida: Euryuridae) west of the Mississippi River; occurrence of E. leachii (Gray, 1832) on Crowley’s Ridge, Arkansas. Insecta Mundi 0207:1-4 (with CT McAllister and HW Robison).

269. ____. Centipedes and Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda, Chilopoda) from Saba Island, Lesser Antilles, and a Consolidation of Major References on the Myriapod Fauna of “Lesser” Caribbean Islands. Insecta Mundi 0221:1-9. (With DS Sikes).

270. 2011. Nuevas localidades para ocho especies de milpiés en México. Dugesiana, 18(1):91-94. (Second author with FG Cupul-Magaña).