Typically reaching more than 30 mm in length. There are other similar species and detailed examination is required. This species is identified by the very closely spaced (often fused) teeth on the tibial and tarsal combs of the last legs.
Under stones, logs and leaf litter often in woodland areas.
All year round.
Not well recorded in Britain with most records appearing to come from the south west of the country.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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