Brachyschendyla dentata Bröleman & Ribaut, 1911
GB IUCN status: Not applicable (non-native)
GB rarity status: Naturalised
A very small pallid species (to 12 mm) with 39 pairs of legs and with the forciples and last pair of legs of characteristic shape.
Distribution and Habitat
There are scattered records mainly across southern England, where it is usually found in urban or sub-urban sites, such as gardens and churchyards.
Surveys of churchyards in Oxfordshire in the 1990s showed it to be widespread across the county (Gregory & Campbell, 1996, p.30).