Distribution and Habitat
A male and female were collected in November 2015 from a Local Wildlife Site in Oxford city, with additional specimens collected the following spring (Gregory, 2018).
Subsequently, it has been recorded from Northern Ireland (where it had been overlooked as Tachypodoiulus niger and has proved to be widespread), Dublin, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. At these sites it was found to be associated with the Laboulbeniales fungus Troglomyces rossii (Telfer, 2020). In 2021 it was recorded from south Essex. It is highly likely that addition localities await discovey.