Otostigmus (Parotostigmus) goeldii Brölemann, 1898, Brolemann, 1898

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: 142

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

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5057358

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Otostigmus (Parotostigmus) goeldii Brölemann, 1898
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* Otostigmus (Parotostigmus) goeldii Brölemann, 1898  

Material examined. IAVH, 1specimen, Quindío, Filandia, Cañon de Rio Barbas , M. C Pimienta, 13-III- 2005, 1978 m, 04º41,436'N- 75º38.827'O GoogleMaps   , Fca. El Palacio; IAVH, 1specimen, Cauca, PNN Isla Gorgona, H. Torres, 30- XI-18-XII- 2000, 70 m, 2º58'N 78º11'W GoogleMaps   , Antigua Laguna; ICN-M.Ch-0083, 1 specimen, Valle del Cauca , Yotoco, Reserva Natural de Yotoco, L. Pinzon y E. Flórez, 9-X- 2002, 1550 m, 3º 52`21``N 76º 26`00`` W GoogleMaps   .

Distribution. Otostigmus goeldii   was hitherto known only from Venezuela and Brazil ( Attems 1930; Bücherl 1942; 1974; Schileyko 2002; Chagas-Jr 2012). It was recorded as O. fossulatus Attems, 1928   from San José, Costa Rica by Attems (1928), but Chagas-Jr (2012) synonymized the latter nominal taxon under O. goeldii   . In Colombia it is known from the Pacific and Andean regions.

Altitudinal range. 70 to 1978 m.