Otostigmus (Parotostigmus) tidius Chamberlin, 1914,

Chagas-Jr, Amazonas & Bichuette, Maria Elina, 2018, A synopsis of centipedes in Brazilian caves: hidden species diversity that needs conservation (Myriapoda, Chilopoda), ZooKeys 737, pp. 13-56: 20

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.737.20307

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scientific name

Otostigmus (Parotostigmus) tidius Chamberlin, 1914
status

 

Otostigmus (Parotostigmus) tidius Chamberlin, 1914 

Published records.

None.

Material examined.

MINAS GERAIS: Diamantina ("Campos rupestres" highland heterogeneous vegetation on rocks), Quartzite: Lapa dos Pombos, (UFSCAR) 1 spec, 06.ix.2013, Fonseca-Ferreira, R.

Distribution.

Otostigmus tidius  is distributed in the central and northern Brazilian states of Tocantins, Mato Grosso, and Goiás, as well as in the Federal District ( Brasília) ( Chagas-Jr 2012). We provide a new record for the species in Minas Gerais. Accidental in caves.

Habitat.

Cave (unconsolidated substrate - sand).

Conservation.

Otostigmus tidius  occurs in a mined cave and is under local threat.