Geophilus insculptus Attems, 1895, Attems, 1895

Simaiakis, Stylianos Michail, Akkari, Nesrine & Zapparoli, Marzio, 2016, The centipedes of Peloponnisos and first records of genus Eurygeophilus in the East Mediterranean (Myriapoda: Chilopoda), Zootaxa 4061 (4), pp. 301-346: 339

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4061.4.1

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scientific name

Geophilus insculptus Attems, 1895
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43. Geophilus insculptus Attems, 1895  

General distribution. Europe: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, France (incl. Corsica), Germany, Great Britain, Greece (incl. Ionian Is. and Crete), Hungary, Ireland, Italy (incl. Sardinia and Sicily), Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden. North Africa: Morocco, Tunisia ( Zapparoli 2002; Minelli et al. 2006).

Chorotype. European (EUR).

New records from Mt. Parnonas ( Fig. 15 View FIGURE 15 ). 1 ex., Arkadia, Stravorachi, west of Kastanitsa (loc. 5), 1485 m, N 37.238169 / E 22.610705, 26 Oct. 2014; 1 ex., Arkadia, Agios Ioannis Theologos church, mountain refuge (loc. 19), 1610 m, N 37.226653 / E 22.591896, 29 Oct. 2014; 2 exx., Arkadia, Mavrovouni, mountain plateau west of Sitaina (loc. 25), 1330 m, N 37.300473 / E 22.615434, 30 Oct. 2014.

Ecological notes. 1950–2100 m; a species found in montane open habitats ( Zapparoli 1994, 2002).