database Order Scolopendromorpha

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
Hey, could someone take a quick check-up at this list of scolopendra species?, i'm building a new scolopendra database driven website, hopefully i'ts finished this summer :)
The most difficult thing is determination "duh" :rolleyes:

thanx, here goes:



Order Scolopendromorpha
The sequence of taxa is based on Attems 1930, Das Tierreich

FAM. SCOLOPENDRIDAE

Scolopendra morsitans L. 1758
Scolopendra laeta Haase 1887
Scolopendra cingulata Latreille 1789
Scolopendra subspinipes Leach 1918
s. dehaani Brandt 1840
Scolopendra hardwickei Newport 1844
Scolopendra clavipes C.L. Koch 1847
Scolopendra dalmatica C.L. Koch 1847
Scolopendra canidens Newport 1844
Scolopendra oraniensis H. Lucas 1846
Scolopendra alternans Leach 1815
Scolopendra gigantea L. 1758
Scolopendra angulata Newport 1844
Scolopendra valida H. Lucas 1840
Scolopendra viridicornis Newport 1844
Scolopendra heros Girard 1853
Scolopendra viridis Say 1821
Scolopendra polymorpha H.C. Wood 1861
Scolopendra indica Meinert 1886 TYPE
Scolopendra latro Meinert 1886 TYPE
Scolopendra (s.s.) sp.
Scolopendra (=Tra-chycormocephalus) mirabilis (Porat 1876)
Scolopendra (=Tra-chycormocephalus) afer (Meinert 1886)
Scolopendra (Trachy-cormocephalus) sp.

Arthrorhabdus formosus Pocock 1891

Cormocephalus rubriceps (Newport 1844)
Cormocephalus aurantiipes (Newport 1844)
Cormocephalus violaceus Newport 1845
Cormocephalus exiguus Meinert 1886
Cormocephalus multispinosus (Attems 1909)
Cormocephalus westwoodi (Newport 1844)
Cormocephalus anceps Porat 1872
Cormocephalus calcaratus Porat 1872
Cormocephalus aff. nitidus Porat 1872
Cormocephalus buettneri Kraepelin 1903
Cormocephalus ungulatus (Meinert 1886)
Cormocephalus gervaisianus (C.L. Koch 1841)
Cormocephalus impressus Porat 1876
Cormocephalus ambiguus (Brandt 1841)
Cormocephalus punctiventris (Newport 1844)
Cormocephalus chilensis (Gervais 1847)
Cormocephalus laevigatus (Porat 1876)
Cormocephalus sp.

Rhoda calcarata (Pocock 1891)

Asanada brevicornis Meinert 1886
Asanada socotrana Pocock 1899
Asanada walkeri (Pocock 1981)
Asanada sp.

Otostigmus multidens Haase 1887
Otostigmus nemorensis Silvestri 1895
Otostigmus astenus (Kohlrausch 1881)
Otostigmus glaber Chamberlin 1920
Otostigmus rugulosus Porat 1876
Otostigmus spinicaudus (Newport 1844)
Otosigma deserti Meinert 1886
Otostigmus cf. reichardti Kraepelin 1903
Otostigmus politus Karsch 1881
Otostigmus geophilinus Haase 1887
Otostigmus cuneiventris Porat 1893
Otostigmus spinosus Porat 1876
Otostigmus ceylonicus Haase 1887
Otostigmus scaber Porat 1876
Otostigmus bakeri Chamberlin 1921
Otostigmus limbatus Meinert 1886 &TYPE
Otostigmus silvestrii Kraepelin 1903
Otostigmus scabricauda (Humbert & Saussure 1870)
[Otostigma brasiliensis] Meinert 1886
Otostigmus caudatus Brölemann 1902
Otostigmus sulcatus Meinert 1886 TYPE
Otostigmus sp.

Alipes multicostis Imhoff 1854
Alipes grandidieri (H. Lucas 1864)
Alipes appendiculatus Pocock 1896
Alipes ?n.sp.

Ethmostigmus trigonopodus (Leach 1817)
Ethmostigmus rubripes (Brandt 1840)
Ethmostigmus platycephalus (Newport 1845)
Ethmostigmus tristis (Meinert 1886)
Ethmostigmuss sp.

Rhysida lithobiides (Newport 1845)
Rhysida celeris (Humbert & Saussure 1870)
Rhysida nuda (Newport 1845)
n. immarginata (Porat 1876)
Rhysida subinermis (Meinert 1881) TYPE (Branchistoma i.)
Rhysida longipes (Newport 1845)
Rhysida intermedia Attems 1910
Rhysida sp.

Alluropus sp.



Can it be that this list is correct?, if you know any websites or documents were i can find a better source for the Scolopendromorpha family please let me know

greetz
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
hey,... thanx, but i allready knew that link :D ;)
i've mailed the guy who made it,...
his sources are also partly from "Das Tierreich"
but there are a few species in his list i'm not so sure of the reliability of.

by the way,... the list that i published above isn't correct either,... still working on a perfect reliable list,... give me time or if you can help me,.. please do :)

at the moment i'm trying to get together all info about the south-african specimen (the black with redleggs) hopefully we get it described :)
 

wayne the pain

Arachnoangel
Old Timer
Joined
Jul 25, 2003
Messages
799
another alipes?

Alipes crotalus (gerst) ?
was on a search for Alipes and found this name mentioned in a answer by S roland on the millipede site, have you heard of it?:?
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
Alipes are featherleggs,... sure no milipedes as far as i know :)
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
owwwww,.. sorry i misunderstood your question =D
thought you asked me if Alipes were a milipede species,...
sorry for my lack of English:rolleyes:
 

wayne the pain

Arachnoangel
Old Timer
Joined
Jul 25, 2003
Messages
799
ha ha ha

sorry didnt mean to sound abrupt, thought you misunderstood so thought it would be easier for you to just click and read.
il try and help all i can c ya
=D =D =D
ps and your english is very good
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
Check your PM for some other intresting stuf :D
 

Bob

Arachnodemon
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 17, 2002
Messages
776
I like your old website but for some reason it's written in Dutch!!


Just joking with you Steven, looking good !

Bob
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
I like your old website but for some reason it's written in Dutch!!
:rolleyes: =D =D =D

i don't like it anymore,... :8o
it was my first website ever made,....

never understood how it came in the "links"section at this forum :?
 

Bob

Arachnodemon
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 17, 2002
Messages
776
I wish I could read it.....the section that shows holding a scolopendra would be worth reading!! Was the centipede chilled at all ? I could not imagine holding any of mine!!

Bob
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
I wish I could read it.....the section that shows holding a scolopendra would be worth reading!! Was the centipede chilled at all ? I could not imagine holding any of mine!!
mmm,.. maybe a good reason to make my new site in English,.....
it describes that you should NOT try and handle your pede ;)
 

J Morningstar

Arachnoprince
Old Timer
Joined
Sep 13, 2003
Messages
1,314
YEA.:rolleyes:
But I thought your website looked hyper-professional and cool.
Even if I couldn't read it. Lame-ass American school system.:mad:
Go Steven!
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
i guess i'll have to make my new site in a couple more languages
-Dutch (won't be a problem)
-English (can use some good help here)
-Swedish (that's gonna be Aftershocks job ;) ;P
-German (anyone?)


winter is coming up here in Belgium so i should have more time to finish it :rolleyes:
 

Steven

pede-a-holic
Old Timer
Joined
Feb 18, 2003
Messages
4,022
would be great,...=D

i can give you a structure of how the site is gonna be build
if your intrested,... but that'll be for tomorrow,... i'm at work right now and you're def. have to get some sleep:p
 
Top