|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2020|
|Authors:||P. Dolejš, Kocourek P.|
|Journal:||Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series|
|Keywords:||Bohemia, Diplopoda, faunistics, František Miller, historical records, Moravia, myriapodological collection, Slovakia|
The present catalogue completes (as the second of the two parts) data for the millipede collection of Czech arachnologist František Miller (1902–1983), housed in the National Museum in Prague. This second part of the catalogue brings information on a total of 341 specimens belonging to 34 millipede species; these specimens were previously housed at Charles University in Prague, and later moved to the National Museum. The material was collected during 1927–1950 in the territory of modern-day Czechia and Slovakia. Chelogona carpathicum, Polydesmus tatranus and Trachysphaera acutula are species of special importance for Slovak faunistics, due to their endemic occurrence. Glomeris klugii is the first record for Slovakia. For Leptoiulus noricus and Polydesmus inconstans, these are chronologically the oldest records from the territory of Slovakia.