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Xystocheir Cook, 1904
Xystocheir Cook, 1904; in Harriman Alaska Expedition, 8 (Insects pt. 1): 53, TS: Polydesmus dissectus Wood
Luminodesmus Loomis & Davenport, 1951; Journ. Washington Acad. Sci., 41: 270, TS: Luminodesmus sequoiae Loomis & Davenport
Xystocheir ; [NAML, 53]

Xystocheir acuta Cook, 1904
California (Berkeley). See [About maps] Xystocheir acuta Cook, 1904; in Harriman Alaska Expedition, 8 (Insects pt. 1): 54, TL: California [near Palo Alto?]
Xystocheir acuta ; [NAML, 53]

Xystocheir cooki Causey, 1955
California (Sequoia National Park). See [About maps] Xystocheir cooki Causey, 1955; Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 68: 91, f. 3, TL: Redwood Canyon, Sequoia National Park, Tulare Co., California
Xystocheir cooki ; [NAML, 54]

Xystocheir dissecta (Wood, 1867)
California (Kern Co.). See [About maps] Polydesmus dissectus Wood, 1867; Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. 19 : 129, TL: Fort Tejon, Kern Co., California
Xystocheir obtusa Cook, 1904; in Harriman Alaska Expedition, 8 (Insects pt. 1): 53
Xystocheir dissecta ; [NAML, 54]; Cook, 1904, in Harriman Alaska Expedition, 8 (Insects pt. 1): 55

Xystocheir francisca Chamberlin, 1949
California. See [About maps] Xystocheir francisca Chamberlin, 1949; Journ. Washington Acad. Sci., 39 (3): 99, f. 20, TL: San Francisco, California
Xystocheir francisca ; [NAML, 54]

Xystocheir furcifer (Karsch, 1881)
Xystocheir (Fontaria) furcifer Karsch, 1881; Arch. Naturg., 47: 39, pl. 3, f. 12, TL: California
Xystocheir furcifer ; [NAML, 54]; Cook, 1904, in Harriman Alaska Expedition, 8 (Insects pt. 1): 54

Xystocheir milpetas Chamberlin, 1949
California (Santa Clara Co.). See [About maps] Xystocheir milpetas Chamberlin, 1949; : 99, f. 21-22, TL: Milpetas, Santa Clara Co., California
Xystocheir milpetas ; [NAML, 54]

Xystocheir sequoiae (Loomis & Davenport, 1951)
California (Sequoia National Forest). See [About maps] Luminodesmus sequoiae Loomis & Davenport, 1951; Journ. Washington Acad. Sci., 41: 271, f. 1, TL: Camp ground above Camp Nelson at Junction of Belknap Creek and south fork of the middle fork of the Tulare River, Sequoia National Forest, Tulare Co., California
Xystocheir sequoiae ; [NAML, 54]

Xystocheir tularea Chamberlin, 1949
California (Sugar Loaf Mountain). See [About maps] Xystocheir tularea Chamberlin, 1949; Journ. Washington Acad. Sci., 39 (3): 101, f. 27, TL: Sugar Loaf Mountain, Tulare Co., California
Xystocheir tularea ; [NAML, 55]


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References:
[About maps]
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[NAML]
Chamberlin & Hoffman, 1958; U.S. Nat. Mus. Bull. 212; Checklist of the Millipeds of the North America


Some related literature:
Causey, 1955
New records and descriptions of Californian Diplopoda Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 68: 87-94, f. 1-5
Chamberlin, 1949
Some millipeds of the families Polydesmidae and Xystodesmidae Journ. Washington Acad. Sci., 39 (3): 94-102, f. 1-27
Cook, 1904
Myriopoda of northwestern North America in Harriman Alaska Expedition, 8 (Insects pt. 1): 47-82, pls. 3-5
Karsch, 1881
Zum studium der Myriapoda Polydesmia Arch. Naturg., 47: 36-49, pl. 3
Loomis & Davenport, 1951
A luminescent new xystodesmid milliped from California Journ. Washington Acad. Sci., 41: 270-272, f. 1
Wood, 1867
Notes on a collection of California Myriapoda, with descriptions of new eastern species Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. 19 : 127-130


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