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M. hilgendorfi /A. tokioensis. Fig. 1 Amynthas tokioensis (Beddard, 1892). Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. C. Spermathecal.

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1 M. hilgendorfi /A. tokioensis

2 Fig. 1 Amynthas tokioensis (Beddard, 1892). Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. C. Spermathecal pore. (The Ampulla in 6/7 has come off from the duct.). D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caeca Amynthas tokioensis

3 Fig. 2 Amynthas vittatus (Goto & Hatai 1898) Ventral view of spermathecal pore. (A ’. Twice close-up of right spermathecal pore in 7/8th segment) B. Ventral view of male pore. (B ’. Twice close-up of right male pore). C. Spermathecal pore. D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caeca Amynthas vittatus

4 Fig. 3 Amynthas tokioensis v. Akizuki : A. Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. C. Spermathecal pore. D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. caeca. Amynthas tokioensis v. Akizuki

5 Fig. 4 Amynthas tokioensis v. Hakozaki. A. Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. C. spermathecal pore. D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caeca. Amynthas tokioensis v. Hakozaki

6 Table 1 Fig. 5 Amynthas tokioensis v. Munakara : A. external view of spermathecal pore. B. external view of male pore. C. Spermathecal pore. D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. caeca Amynthas tokioensis v. Munakata

7 Fig.6 Amynthas tokioensis v. Homan : A. Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. C. Spermathecal pore. D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caec Amynthas tokioensis v. Homan

8 Fig. 7 Metaphire hilgendorfi (Michaelsen, 1892): A. Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. (B ’. Twice close-up of right male pore and the circumference.). C. Spermathecal pore. D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caeca Metaphire hilgendorfi

9 Fig. 8 Metaphire vesiculata (Goto & Hatai, 1899): A. Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. C. Spermathecal pore. (The diverticulum in 7/8 has come off from the duct.). D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caeca. Metaphire vesiculata

10 Fig. 9 Metaphire vesiculata v. Sefuri A. Ventral view of spermathecal pore. B. Ventral view of male pore. (B’. Twice close-up of right male pore). C. Spermathecal pore. (The diverticulum in 7/8 has come off from the duct.). D. Prostatic gonad and duct. E. Caeca. Metaphire vesiculata v. Sefuri

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12 Distribution map of each complete taxa belonging to species complex Thick white line: Amynthas tokioensis. Thin white line: Amynthas vittatus, Thick yellow line: Amynthas tokioensis v. Hakozaki, Thin yellow line: Amynthas tokioensis v. Munakata, Thick red line: Metaphire hilgendorfi and Metaphire hilgendorfi v. Sefuri, Thin red line: Metaphire vesiculata. Thick pink line: Amynthas tokioensis v. Homan, Thick pink line: Amynthas tokioensis v. Akizuki, Blue thick dot line: Metaphire pseudovittatus.

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14 Key to the genera of the Pheretima-complex of species 1 Body depressed, setae crowded ventrally Planapheretima Body cylindrical, setae evenly distributed. 2 2 Intestinal caecum(a) absent 3 Intestinal caecum(a) present 5 3 Oesophageal pouches present. Ephemitragen. nov. Oesophageal pouches absent. 4 4 Clitellum begins on segment xiii. Archipheretima Clitellum begins on segment xiv. Metapheretima 5(2) Intestinal caecum(a), origin at or near segment xxii Pithemeragen. nov. Intestinal caeca, origin at or near segment xxvii. 6 6 Copulatory pouches absent Amynthas Copulatory pouches present. 7 7 Nephridia on spermathecal ducts. Pheretima s.s. Nephridia absent from spermathecal ducts. Metaphire nov Partial revision of Sims and Easton 's Key to the genera of the Pheretima-complex may be as follow, 6 Nephridia on spermathecal ducts. Pheretima s.s Nephridia absent from spermathecal ducts 7 7 prostatic duct U shape and muscular. The terminal of duct is connected directly with parietal Amynthas prostatic duct not U shape 8 8 Prostatic duct not U shape and not muscular, Prostatic duct not U and not muscular. The duct is ended to pad on parieted Metaphire The duct is not ??????? ????????????????? 9 The duct is not ??????? ????????????????? 9 9 The duct is ????? ????? XX ???????????????????????????? 10 ???????????????????????????? 10


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