Schendyla peyerimhoffi Bröleman & Ribaut, 1911

Status

GB IUCN status: Near Threatened
GB rarity status: Nationally Rare

Identification

A small straw coloured centipede (to 18 mm) with between 39-49 leg pairs. It is similar in appearance to the common Schendyla nemorensis, but differs in the shape of the last pair of legs.

Distribution and Habitat

An exclusively coastal species, mainly in South-west England and south Wales.  It typically occurs under stones on muddy shores, in rock crevices, etc.

Distribution

idBmigTaxa

13

BRC Code

Cen_190