(Mikhaljova, Elena V. & Lim, Kil-Young 2006)
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- Angarozonium Mikhaljova, Elena V., 2006, Zootaxa 1256: 64-64.
Members of this family are distinguished by the follows characters. Body size ranging from small to large, that of Angarozonium species not exceeding 11 mm in length; coloration commonly pale white or yellowish with a pattern of light brown to brown spots and stripes on dorsum, pleura, telson and legs as in species of Angarozonium; tergites very short but very broad, also strongly attached to each other, caudal metatergal margins not elevated; smooth and bare metatergites devoid of bulges, paraterga or wings and middorsal suture; collum overlapping part of head in some polyzoniids; telson narrow; penes either short, reaching only leg pair 3, or long, reaching leg pair 5–7, located caudoventrad or well dorsad; anterior gonopod sternum modified, apically with paramedial setose projections or a fovea and setae, as in some species of Angarozonium; anterior gonopod coxae usually carrying processes; telopodite of anterior gonopods placed parallel to main axis or lying subperpendicularly to proximal segments.
- Mikhaljova, Elena V.; Lim, Kil-Young; 2006: New records of the milliped order Polyzoniida from Korean Peninsula, with a redescription of Kiusiozonium okai (Takakuwa & Miyosi, 1949) (Diplopoda), Zootaxa 1256: 64-64. doi