Liogonyleptoides inermis ( Mello-Leitao , 1922), Mello-Leitao, 1922

de Azara, Ludson Neves, Bernardi, Leopoldo Ferreira de Oliveira & Rodrigo Lopes Ferreira,, 2016, The first survey on harvestmen in Brazilian artificial cavities, with notes on distribution and natural history, Subterranean Biology 17, pp. 31-53: 40

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scientific name

Liogonyleptoides inermis ( Mello-Leitao , 1922)
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Taxon classification Animalia Opiliones Gonyleptidae

Liogonyleptoides inermis ( Mello-Leitao, 1922)  

Previously known distribution.

Minas Gerais: Tapira (H. Soares 1977); Rio de Janeiro: Petrópolis ( Mello-Leitao 1923); Santa Catarina: Mafra ( Mello-Leitão 1937); São Paulo: Santo André ( Mello-Leitao 1922), Amparo, Anápolis (B. Soares 1945 b), Barretos ( Mello-Leitão 1937), Cascalho, Corumbataí (B. Soares 1945 c), Espírito Santo do Pinhal (H. 1966), Funil (B. Soares 1946), Guaianaz (B. Soares 1945 b), Laranja Azeda ( Soares and Soares 1945), Lusitânia (B. Soares 1945 c), Mogi Guaçu (H. Soares 1966), Piracicaba (B. Soares 1946), Rio Claro (B. Soares 1945 a), Santa Adélia (H. Soares 1966), São Paulo (B. Soares 1945 c), Silvânia (B. Soares 1946), Vista Alegre do Alto (H. Soares 1977).

Examined material.

Novo Oriente de Minas: 1 male ( MNRJ 2338) from Mina do João Bufinha (4), 05/I/2009, new record for locality.

Individuals were sparsely distributed inside the mines, both in the photic and aphotic zones at a maximum distance of 10 m from the entrance. Novo Oriente de Minas corresponds to a new occurrence for this species, expanding its distribution with about 700 km from the northeast of Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro state.