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Species Account for Cryptops anomalans

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Cryptops anomalans  Newport, 1844
a centipede
Myriapoda: Cryptopidae

 
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Essex RDB: Listed
Threat: Essex Threatened



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Taxonomic group: centipedes and millipedes (Myriapoda) - County data   
 
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Essex Red Data List comment
possibly introduced

Species text
This centipede is a large and impressive animal capable of penetrating human skin with its poison claws. It occurs in scattered, more or less urban, localities in south-east England with a few records from the southwest (Barber & Keay, 1988), and at the time of publication of that provisional atlas it is noted as being recorded from fifteen 10km squares. References

Species text last edited on Tue Mar 20th 2007 by user 3

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