Pauropus lanceolatus Remy, 1956,

Scheller, Ulf, 2014, New records of Pauropoda (Myriapoda) with descriptions of new taxa, Zootaxa 3866 (3), pp. 301-332: 308

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Pauropus lanceolatus Remy, 1956
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Pauropus lanceolatus Remy, 1956 

Norway, Vestfold, Tjöme, harbour, under bark of old oak, 1 ad. 9 (♀), April 16, 1975, A. Fjellberg leg. ( NHMG); Akershus, W of Lorenskog, Langtjernet, UTM (WGS 84), 32 V PM 0 84 457, 1 ad. 9 (♀), July 25, 1999, K.M. Olsen leg. ( NHMG); Buskerud, Sagene, Tofte, Hurum, UTM (WGS 84), 32 V NM 863 0 0 2, 18 ad. 9 (4 ♂, 13 ♀, 1 sex?), July 4, 1999, K. M. Olsen leg.

Germany, Rhenich Palatinate, Stollen beim Messerbachers Hof, 1 ad. 9 (♂), July 17, 1988, D. Weber leg.

UK, England, Derbyshire, Chatsworth House, map ref. SK 264 705, 5 ad. 9 (2 ♂, 3 ♀), 1 juv. 6, April 5, 2002, D. Scott-Langley leg; England, Somerset, Winsley, 1 stad.?, November 10, 1957, C.A. Edwards leg.

Italy, Liguria, San Remo, 3 ad. 9 (2 ♀, 1 sex?), without date, L. Deharveng & A. Bedos leg; Emilia-Romagna, Modena, Ospitaletto, 1 ad. 9 (♂), without date, B. Fratello leg.

USA, Pennsylvania, Spring Brook Twp., 1 ad. 9 (♀), May 12, 1945, and 5 ad. 9 (1 ♂, 4 ♀), 1 juv. 5, August 23, 1945, R.I. Sailor leg; Virginia, Roanoke Co., McVitty Cave, inner third of ≈ 200 m cave length, 37 º 16 ′04"N 87 º02′ 214 "W, 1 ad. 9 (♀), January 9, 1972, M. Lynn B.L. Ferguson & D. Warrington leg; New Jersey, Horicon Lake, Lakehurst, 74.19 W, 40.06 N, 1 ad. 9 (♂), April 18, 1964, J. & W. Ivie leg; Ohio, Lake Erie, South Bass Island, Victory Woods, under loose wet bark of small branches, Ø 1-2 cm, on ground in shaded Celtis-Acer forest, 4 ad. 9 (1 ♂, 3 ♀), January 30, 1978, B.D. Valentine leg; Indiana, Warren Co., peat bog, 1 ad. 9 (sex?), August 25, 1959, D.L. Matthew & L. Chandler leg.

NHMG

Natural History Museum of Guangxi