In published keys (e.g. Blower, 1985) this newly discovered millpede is likely to key out as Nanogona polydesmoides due to its well-developed paranota, but differs in its much smaller size and long stout body setae. In the field it may be confused with Craspedosoma rawlinsii.
A full description of this species is given in Telfer, et al (2015).
Distribution and Habitat
First recorded from Britain at Bargoed, south Wales in September 2014.
Telfer, M.G., Gregory, S.J., Kime, R.D., Owen, C. & Spelda, J. (2015) Ceratosphys amoena Ribaut, 1920 and Hylebainosoma nontronensis Mauriès & Kime, 1999 new to Britain (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida). Bulletin of the British Myriapod & Isopod Group 28: 15-30.