Hecajapyx vulgaris Smith, 1959

Graening, G. O., Shcherbanyuk, Yana & Arghandiwal, Maryam, 2014, Annotated Checklist of the Diplura (Hexapoda: Entognatha) of California, Zootaxa 3780 (2), pp. 297-322: 310-311

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scientific name

Hecajapyx vulgaris Smith, 1959
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Hecajapyx vulgaris Smith, 1959 

Following are determinations by L. Smith from slide-mounted material from BME, unless otherwise noted: Del Norte County: 2 miles northeast of Patrick Creek P. O., 10 July 1958, J. Powell; 5 miles south of Crescent City, 8 Sep. 1958, L. Smith; 2 miles north of Fort Dick, 21 Nov. 1953, V. Roth; Gasquet, 1 June 1950, K. Christiansen. Lake County: Bushy Ridge, Cow Mtn., 3,000 feet, 12 Feb. 1956, D. Burdick; Upper Lake, 21 Feb. 1955, D. Burdick; 9 miles northeast, and 6 miles northwest, of Upper Lake, 12 Feb. 1955, D. Burdick; Middle Creek, 6 miles northwest Upper Lake, 12 Feb. 1955, D. Burdick; Kelsey Creek, Cobb Mtn., 13 Mar. 1962, J. Buckett and M. Irwin. Marin County: San Anselmo, in oak duff and 3 inches of surface soil, type female, 5 paratype females, 4 paratype males, 21 Dec. 1957, E. Smith (Smith 1959 c); 1.5 miles east of Alpine Dam, 23 Jan. 1963, M. Irwin and D. Cavagnaro; 3 miles north of, and 1 mile west of Inverness, Feb.–Mar. 1960, J. Buckett; 6 and 7 miles east of Pt. Reyes Station, 1 Mar. 1960, several collections, L. Smith, A. Grigarick, R. Schuster; 1 mile west of Inverness, Jan. and Mar. 1960, L. Smith, A. Grigarick, R. Schuster; 3 miles north of Inverness, 18 Feb. 1960, J. Buckett (BME); Bolinas, 24 Mar. 1960, R. Schuster; S. P. Talyor State Park, 3 Feb. 1958, J. Helfer; Point Reyes, 1 Mar. 1960, L. Smith. Mendocino County: Mendocino, 1957–1958, various specimens, J. Helfer; Little River, 19 Jan. 1958, J. Helfer. Napa County: 7 miles west of Oakville, in redwood duff, paratypes, etc., 1957–1958, Smith & Schuster ( Smith 1959 c); 7 miles west of Oakville, 15 Feb. 1954, V. Roth and R. Schuster; 6 miles west of Oakville, 23 Feb. 1960, T. Haig; 9 miles south of Monticello, Jan. 1958, F. Raney and R. Schuster; 3 miles south of Muskowite Corner, manzanita litter, 19 Feb. 1962, M. Irwin; Monticello, 17 Feb. 1957, R. Schuster; Mt. St. Helena, 3 Feb. 1959, R. Schuster; 12 miles east of Rutherford, Route 128, 22 Jan. 1961, D. Price; 5 miles northwest of Spanish Flat, 1 Mar. 1961, R. Schuster. Shasta County: Backbone Road 5 miles northeast of Ingot, 22 Dec. 1962, A. Grigarick. Solano County: Monticello Dam, 9 Feb. 1963, J. Buckett; Mix Canyon, 3 Feb. 1962, M. Irwin; Mix Canyon, 12 Mar. 1960, F. Parker and A. Menke; Green Valley, 16 Jan. 1958, R. Schuster and F. Raney. Sonoma County: 6 miles east of Petaluma, 29 Dec. 1961, 130 specimens, J. Buckett ( Smith 1964); Mark West, 1 Mar. 1960, A. Grigarick; Vannucci Vineyards, 6 miles east of Sebastopol, Mar.–May 1957, Smith & Schuster; junction of Porter Creek Rd. and Calistoga Rd., nest of Neotoma  , 15 Feb. 1960, J. Buckett; 3 miles west of Graton, 20 Feb. 1960, C. Judson; Santa Rosa, Dec. 1961, J. Buckett; 3 miles northwest of Glen Ellen, 13 Feb. 1954, V. Roth and R. Schuster.

Distributed throughout California’s Coast Ranges, northward into Douglas, Josephine, and Klamath Counties, Oregon ( Reddell 1983; Smith 1964; Allen 2002; L. Smith, unpub. data, BME).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Entognatha

Order

Diplura

Family

Japygidae

Genus

Hecajapyx