Chilopoda
Family: Chilenophilidae    Subfamily: Chilenophilinae
Genus and species:

This is probably the largest geophilid in New Zealand, up to 130 mm. Until 2017 it was known only by the original specimen collected in Bay of Islands in the late 1800's. In 2017 two further specimens were found in colle...

Possibly a species endemic to the Chatham Islands. The one mainland record needs checking.

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The small elongate centipedes are impossible to differentiate by eye - a very good lens, or better, a microscope is needed to see the details.

These small ones are: S. antipodum, S. morbosum, Ma...

The rarest of the elongate native geophilomorph centipedes. Known only from a few widely separated sites. Has 49-51 pairs of legs.

Slightly larger than S. antipodum and has the same number of leg pairs. However, the generic status of this species is in question. It has been placed in Steneurytion as a matter of convenience until the r...

The small, elongate centipedes of the genera Tasmanophilus, Steneurytion (= Zelanion and Sepenodophilus), Maoriella and the adventive Pachymerium ferrugineum are difficult to...