Strongylosoma jaqueti Verhoeff, 1898,

Bachvarova, Darina, Vagalinski, Boyan, Doichinov, Aleksandar & Stoev, Pavel, 2017, New records of millipedes and centipedes from Bulgaria, with an annotated checklist of the Bulgarian myriapods, Zootaxa 4263 (3), pp. 507-526: 511

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4263.3.4

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/3952DB70-C17A-0260-FF1F-FB84FB09C539

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Plazi

scientific name

Strongylosoma jaqueti Verhoeff, 1898
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Strongylosoma jaqueti Verhoeff, 1898 

Verhoeff (1898a): 364–365, fig. 9

Material examined: 4 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀, 2 juv. ( NMNHS), Yambol District, Dennitsa village , N 42.259620, E 26.833822, 200 m from the junction with the main road Bolyarovo-Yambol, limestone spot in a Quercus  forest, shrubs, close to the road, under stones, 26.III.2005, PS leg. & det.GoogleMaps  ; 1 ♂ ( KPUS), Shumen, Park of the Shumen University, N 43.164678, E 26.565253, pitfall trap, 5.XI.2013, leg. DB & AD, det. DB & PSGoogleMaps  ; 1 ♂, 1 ♀ ( IBER), Varna district, Druzhba resort N 43.135397, E 28.003652, near the seashore, under stones, 8.III.2014, leg. P. Mitov, det. BV.GoogleMaps 

Remarks. S. jaqueti  was hitherto known in Bulgaria only from a locality near Varna ( Strasser 1969). The species occurs also in Romania and Ukraine ( Kime & Enghoff 2011). In Ukraine it is found in city parks and cultivated places ( Kime & Enghoff 2011). In Bulgaria it occurs in natural and suburban habitats.