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Amplaria Chamberlin, 1941
Amplaria Chamberlin, 1941; Bull. Univ. Utah, biol. ser., 6 (5): 9, TS: Amplaria eutypa Chamberlin
Amplaria ; [NAML, 115]

Amplaria causeyae (Chamberlin, 1940)
North Carolina (Orange Co.). See [About maps] Striaria causeyae Chamberlin, 1940; Canadian Ent., 72: 58, TL: Duke Forest, Orange Co., North Carolina
Amplaria causeyae ; [NAML, 115]

Amplaria eutypa Chamberlin, 1941
California (Eldorado Co.). See [About maps] Amplaria eutypa Chamberlin, 1941; Bull. Univ. Utah, biol. ser., 6 (5): 9, TL: 9 miles N of Placerville, Eldorado Co., California
Amplaria eutypa ; [NAML, 115]

Amplaria nazinta (Chamberlin, 1910)
Oregon (Portland). See [About maps] Striaria nazinta Chamberlin, 1910; Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 3 (4): 242, pl. 35, f. 2-6, TL: Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
Amplaria nazinta ; [NAML, 116]

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Chamberlin & Hoffman, 1958; U.S. Nat. Mus. Bull. 212; Checklist of the Millipeds of the North America

Some related literature:
Chamberlin, 1910
Diplopoda from the western states Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 3 (4): 233-262, pls. 30-43
Chamberlin, 1940
On some chilopods and diplopods from North Carolina Canadian Ent., 72: 56-59
Chamberlin, 1941
New western millipeds Bull. Univ. Utah, biol. ser., 6 (5): 1-23, pls. 1-3, f. 1-30

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