FIRST RECORD OF SCUTIGERA COLEOPTRATA (LINNAEUS, 1758) IN THE SOUTH OF WESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA (CHILOPODA: SCUTIGEROMORPHA: SCUTIGERIDAE)

P.S. Nefediev, I.H. Tuf, Yu.V. Dyachkov, D.A. Efimov

Abstract


The order, family, genus and species of the house centipede are new to Asian Russia’s list: Scutigeromorpha, Scutigeridae, Scutigera Lamark, 1801, and Scutigera coleoptrata (Linnaeus, 1758). All records of the species in the south of western Siberia appear to be associated with synanthropic habitats. Distributional remarks are provided, all currently reported findings being mapped as well.

 

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house centipede; Scutigera coleoptrata; Scutigeridae; Scutigeromorpha; anthropochore; faunistics; introduction; Siberia

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15421/201626

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