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Bristletail on limestone

Observed: 27th September 2012 By: Natterjacktoad
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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Description:

Found in limestone 'fossil' pile at Brown End Quarry, Staffs.

Identifications
Species interactions

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Comments

GrizzledBadger's picture

Agreeing but adding Order

Agreeing but adding Order name,

Brock

Amadan's picture

Not able to add -

tot the identification debate, but puzzled/amused that the English Midlands location is in pictograms (Chinese?).

Natterjacktoad's picture

Any guidance for identifying

Any guidance for identifying to species?

Sarah Patton

mattprince1969's picture

Machilidae distribution

Note that petrobius and trigonopthalmus do occasionally turn up inland, especially when hibernating in caverns ~ and possibly quarries.

Sarah:-

http://www.bristletail.net/british_isles/id/bi_pk_start.html