Lithobius (Monotarsobius) curtipes C.L. Koch, 1847, C. L. Koch, 1847

Korobushkin, Daniil I., Semenyuk, Irina I. & Tuf, Ivan H., 2016, An annotated checklist of the Chilopoda and Diplopoda (Myriapoda) of the Abrau Peninsula, northwestern Caucasus, Russia, Biodiversity Data Journal 4, pp. 7308-7308: 7308

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Lithobius (Monotarsobius) curtipes C.L. Koch, 1847
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Lithobius (Monotarsobius) curtipes C.L. Koch, 1847  

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: KBG, DIK; Sampling: sample; individualCount: 2; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Krasnodar; locality: {5} ; verbatimCoordinates: 44°42'38'' N, 37°27'31'' E; 10; Event: eventDate: 06/2013 GoogleMaps   Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: KBG, DIK; Sampling: sample; individualCount: 3; Location: country: Russia; stateProvince: Krasnodar; locality: {6} ; verbatimCoordinates: 44°42'34'' N, 37°27'25'' E; 6; Event: eventDate: 06/2013 GoogleMaps  

Notes

The most common and abundant species in the European part of Russia ( Zalesskaja 1978). It is known from the Caucasus in the south to the Altai Mountains in the east. The species also occurs north of the Polar Circle ( Zalesskaja 1978, Palmén 1988). In the Caucasus, it was found in the upper soil layer (0-10 сm) and, less frequently, in the leaflitter layer of coniferous and mixed forests. The species is also known from steppes.