Newportia fuhrmanni Ribaut, 1912,

Chagas-Jr, Amazonas, Chaparro, Elisa, Jiménez, Sebastián Galvis, Triana, Hernán Darío Triana, Flórez, Eduardo & Seoane, José Carlos Sícoli, 2014, The centipedes (Arthropoda, Myriapoda, Chilopoda) from Colombia: Part I. Scutigeromorpha and Scolopendromorpha, Zootaxa 3779 (2), pp. 133-156: 145

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3779.2.2

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4910277

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Newportia fuhrmanni Ribaut, 1912
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Newportia fuhrmanni Ribaut, 1912 

Material examined. ICN-M.Ch-0047, 5 specimens, Nariño, Barbacoas, Altaquer, Rio Ñambí, E. Flórez y Estud. Tax est. Animal. UN, 14-IV- 2010, 1440 m;GoogleMaps  ICN-M.Ch-0093, 1 specimen, Valle del Cauca, Reserva Natural Yotoco, E. Flórez y L. Pinzon, 9-X- 2002, 1550 m, 3º 52' 2'' N 76º 26' 00'' W;GoogleMaps  IAVH, 1 specimen, Quindio, Filandia, Vda. Cruces, L. E. Franco, 13-15-VII- 2002, 1750 m, 4°42'29,73"N 75°38'48,44"W, Fca. Aranjuez;GoogleMaps  IAVH, 1 specimen, Valle del Cauca, PNN Farallones de Cali , S. Sarria, 31-X-03-XI- 2001, 730 m, 3º26'N 76º48'W, AnchicayaGoogleMaps  .

Distribution. Newportia fuhrmanni  is a Colombian endemic. It was first reported from Central Cordillera (Antioquia) by Ribaut (1912), a record repeated by Attems (1930), Bücherl (1942), Bücherl (1974), and Schileyko & Minelli (1998). This species is now known from Quindío in the Andean Región, and from Valle del Cauca and Narinõ in the Pacific regions.

Altitudinal range. 730 to 1750 m.