Myriapods of North Carolina
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AUTHORScheller, U. and Bernard, E.C.
YEAR2005
TITLENew species of Pauropoda (Pauropodidae, Brachypauropodidae) from Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Tennessee, North Carolina, USA), and a list of known species
SOURCEProceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 118(4):815-854.
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