Cave millipedes of the United States. XIII. A new, troglobiotic species of Austrotyla from Colorado (Diplopoda, Chordeumatida, Conotylidae)
Austrotyla stephensoni n. sp., from Colorado, is described as the first troglobiotic species of its genus, and compared to sympatric Austrotyla coloradensis (Chamberlin 1910). A key to all Austrotyla species is provided.
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