Cryptops hortensis (Donovan, 1810)

Korobushkin, Daniil I., Semenyuk, Irina I. & Tuf, Ivan H., 2016, An annotated checklist of the Chilopoda and Diplopoda (Myriapoda) of the Abrau Peninsula, northwestern Caucasus, Russia, Biodiversity Data Journal 4, pp. 7308-7308: 7308

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scientific name

Cryptops hortensis (Donovan, 1810)
status

 

Cryptops hortensis (Donovan, 1810) 

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: KBG, DIK, AAP, IHT; Sampling: hand, sample; individualCount: 18; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Krasnodar; locality: {1} ; verbatimCoordinates: 44°45'15'' N, 37°29'53'' E; 195; Event: eventDate: 06/2013GoogleMaps  Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: KBG, DIK, DMK, AAP, IHT; Sampling: hand, sample; individualCount: 18; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Krasnodar; locality: {2} ; verbatimCoordinates: 44°44'13'' N, 37°28'46'' E; 153; Event: eventDate: 06/2013GoogleMaps 

Notes

This Centralasiatic-European species ranges from Great Britain and Iceland in the north to Morocco and Turkey in the south and Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the East. The species has also been introduced into North America, some Atlantic and Pacific islands ( Zapparoli 2009), and is widespread in the Caucasus ( Zalesskaja and Schileiko 1991). In the Abrau Peninsula, the species occurs in the leaf litter and soil layer, under the bark of dead broadleaf trees ( Q. petraea  , F. orientalis  , C. caucasica  ) forests.