Evalljapyx anombris Smith, 1960

Graening, G. O., Shcherbanyuk, Yana & Arghandiwal, Maryam, 2014, Annotated Checklist of the Diplura (Hexapoda: Entognatha) of California, Zootaxa 3780 (2), pp. 297-322: 307

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3780.2.5

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03B92677-FFD0-FFA0-FF09-FDC5FB57FB66

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scientific name

Evalljapyx anombris Smith, 1960
status

 

Evalljapyx anombris Smith, 1960 

Following are determinations by L. Smith from slide-mounted material from BME:

Alameda County: Corral Hollow, near Livermore, under stones, type female and 7 females and 1 male paratypes, 23 Jan. 1958, L. Smith; 51 paratype male and female, same place, 10 Mar. 1958, Smith & Schuster ( Smith 1960 a), and previously 24 Mar. 1945, by R. Smith; Corral Hollow, 1 mile west of county line, under stone, 10 Mar. 1958, Smith & Schuster; Livermore, 14 Mar. 1937, G. Ferguson; 6 miles north of Livermore, Vasco Road, under stone, 10 Mar. 1958, Smith & Schuster; 15 miles west of Tracy, Altamont Pass, 15 Feb. 1963, W. Lange and H. Michalk; Freemont Canyon, near Niles, under cement slab, 27 Oct. 1960, W. Tyson. Contra Costa County: 13 miles south of Brentwood, 10 Mar. 1958, Smith & Schuster; Russelman Park, 20 May 1956, J. MacSwain and R. Smith; Mount Diablo, 26 Mar. 1953, J. MacSwain. El Dorado County: 19 miles west of Placerville, under stone, 18 May 1961, P. Wygodzinski. Napa County: Napa, 21 Feb. 1960, L. Smith. San Joaquin County: 6 miles west of Tracy, 30 Mar. 1949, J. MacSwain; Corral Hollow, 20 Feb. 1946, C. Barr. Santa Clara County: San Jose, Alum Rock Park, 29 Feb. 1960, J. Edwards; San Jose, Hillside Ave., 11 Dec. 1958, J. Edwards; 4 miles south of San Jose, under rocks on bare dry hillside, 15 Dec. 1956, J. Edwards; San Antonio Valley, 11 Mar. 1948, P. Hunt. Stanislaus County: Adobe Creek, 7 Mar. 1956, D. Burdick. Yolo County: Davis, 1025 North Street, 2 inches deep in soil, grass, 7 Jul. 1958, R. Schuster.

Smith (1960) describes this taxon’s distribution as primarily the “ open grassland in semi-arid regions of low annual rainfall and no summer rain, i.e., the eastern foothills of the Coast Range Mountains.. .”

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Entognatha

Order

Diplura

Family

Japygidae

Genus

Evalljapyx