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Nasodesmus Cook, 1896 – Wikispecies link – ZooBank link – Pensoft Profile
20 segments (♂, ♀); pore formula normal, ozopores placed closer to lateral than to caudal margin of paratergite; ♂ vertex unmodified, paraterga well developed, 3 rows of short simple metatergal setae; ♂ legs 3 strongly elongate, the femur very strongly enlarged; gonopod coxae not very large (gonocoel not too deep); telopodites strongly exposed, simple, unipartite, slightly curved mesad; sph (exomere) simple, strong, with a small process at base; sl a small, subapical, mesal branchlet.
Polydesmus cognatus Humbert, 1865, by original designation.
This monobasic genus strongly resembles Peronorchus and Mastodesmus, but seems to be sufficiently well defined.