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Published: 01 January 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (1): 221–229.
.... (=Acroglomeridae Fritsch, 1899 ) Superorder Oniscomorpha Pocock, 1887 21 04 2003 The Paleontological Society 2004 S pinous oniscomorph millipedes are rare faunal components of the upper Palaeozoic ( Shear, 1997 ). Amynilyspes (type species A. wortheni Scudder, 1882 ; OD...
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Table  1 — <b>Amynilyspes</b>  from the Carboniferous
Published: 01 January 2004
Table 1 — Amynilyspes from the Carboniferous
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Figure  6 — <b>Amynilyspes</b> fatimae  n. sp. Diagrammatic reconstruction of the ...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 6 — Amynilyspes fatimae n. sp. Diagrammatic reconstruction of the two morphotypes in life position in their supposed original environment
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Figure  2 — 1–6,  <b>Amynilyspes</b> fatimae  n. sp.  1,  diagrammatic reconstruct...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 2 — 1–6, Amynilyspes fatimae n. sp. 1, diagrammatic reconstruction of the complete exoskeleton; 2, lateral reconstruction; 3, lateral reconstruction of three successive midbody terga showing the anterior wall and the emarginated anterolateral area limited by two thin rounded ridges
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Figure  3 — <b>Amynilyspes</b> fatimae  n. sp.  1–3,  Holotype, complete specimen,...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 3 — Amynilyspes fatimae n. sp. 1–3, Holotype, complete specimen, lateral view of the latex cast ( 1 ), view of the external mold ( 2 ), and ventral side of the latex cast ( 3 ), MNHN SOT 2134, ×5; 4–6, latex cast of an almost complete, party enrolled specimen, in lateral ( 4
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Figure  4 — <b>Amynilyspes</b> fatimae  n. sp.  1–7,  Holotype, MNHN SOT 2134, all...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 4 — Amynilyspes fatimae n. sp. 1–7, Holotype, MNHN SOT 2134, all ×10 (except Fig. 6 , ×8). 1, anterior part of the latex cast, showing the left antenna, the poorly preserved head, the collum (tergum 1) and the shield (tergum 2); 2, posterior part of the latex cast in lateroventral
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Figure  5 — <b>Amynilyspes</b> fatimae  n. sp. Interpretative drawings of some fig...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 5 — Amynilyspes fatimae n. sp. Interpretative drawings of some figures of the Holotype, MNHN SOT 2134. 1, ventral side of the latex cast (see Fig. 3.3 ); 2, anterior part of the latex cast (see Fig. 4.1 ); 3, pleura p8 et p9 still articulated with the inner lateral sides of terga
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Ecosystem reconstruction of poorly drained coastal plain (pPDF) facies asso...
Published: 01 May 2006
, Archiulus ; 8, Xyloiulus ; 9, Amynilyspes ; 10, Megasecoptera; 11, cf. Mazonia ; 12, Coryphomartus ; 13, Arthropleura ; 14, Graeophonus ; 15, indet. eurypterid; 16, Baphetes ; 17, microsaur; 18, Hylonomus .
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Figure  1 —Palaeotectonic map showing distribution of present land masses a...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 1 —Palaeotectonic map showing distribution of present land masses and seas during the Upper Carboniferous (after Scotese and McKerrow, 1990 , fig. 19). Localities with verified occurrences of Amynilyspes are indicated by dots. Localities (with age and species present) are: 1 : Mazon
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Figure  4. Same principal coordinates analysis as shown in  Figure 3 , but ...
Published: 01 January 2003
; 37 = Prochoroptera ; 38 = Ramsdelepidion ; 39 = Spaniodera ; 40 = Testajapyx . Myriapoda: 41 = Amynilyspes ; 42 = Archiulus ; 43 = Arthropleura ; 44 = Latzelia ; 45 = Mazoscolopendra; 46 = Myriacantherpestes. Trilobita: 47 = Ameura . Uniramia i.s.: 48 = Kottixerxes . Identification
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2006
Journal of the Geological Society (2006) 163 (3): 561–576.
..., Archiulus ; 8, Xyloiulus ; 9, Amynilyspes ; 10, Megasecoptera; 11, cf. Mazonia ; 12, Coryphomartus ; 13, Arthropleura ; 14, Graeophonus ; 15, indet. eurypterid; 16, Baphetes ; 17, microsaur; 18, Hylonomus . ...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2009
Journal of Paleontology (2009) 83 (4): 624–629.
... . Racheboeuf , P.R. , Hannibal , J.T. , and Vannier , J. , 2004 , A new species of the diplopod Amynilyspes (Oniscomorpha) from the Stephanian Lagerstätte of Montceau-les-Mines, France : Journal of Paleontology , 78 . 221 – 229 . Racheboeuf , P.R. , Vannier , J. , Schram , F.R...
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Published: 01 July 2006
Journal of Paleontology (2006) 80 (4): 638–649.
.... For example within Pennsylvanian taxa, Amynilyspes Scudder, 1882 was removed and placed within the subclass Pentazonia and Xyloiulus Cook, 1895 was allied with the juliform order Spirobolida ( Hoffman, 1969 ). The superorder Juliformia currently has wide support as the most derived clade of Diplopoda...
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Published: 01 January 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (1): 169–184.
... and either anterior or posterior legs of the males are modified for use in mating. Scudder (1882) originally erected Archipolypoda to include Amynilyspes , Eileticus , and the Upper Carboniferous spiny euphoberiids. He later added the Upper Carboniferous Archiulidae (comprised of Archiulus...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 January 2003
Paleobiology (2003) 29 (3): 349–368.
... ; 37 = Prochoroptera ; 38 = Ramsdelepidion ; 39 = Spaniodera ; 40 = Testajapyx . Myriapoda: 41 = Amynilyspes ; 42 = Archiulus ; 43 = Arthropleura ; 44 = Latzelia ; 45 = Mazoscolopendra; 46 = Myriacantherpestes. Trilobita: 47 = Ameura . Uniramia i.s.: 48 = Kottixerxes . Identification...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2014
PALAIOS (2014) 29 (12): 624–645.
... Myriapodites (junior synonym of Diplichnites ), and inferred a myriapod tracemaker, possibly the millipede “ Xyloiulus sigillariae ”. We concur with this view, and ascribe the Diplichnites gouldi trackways to myriapods, likely large Xyloiulus sigillariae , Amynilyspes , or Archiulus. These taxa...
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