Turdulisoma cf turdulorum Mauriès, 1964
Another species, about 12 mm long, superficially similar to Craspedosoma rawlinsii, but differing in structure of male gonopods.
Although morphologically identical in appearence to T. cf helenreadae, males are readily identified by their distinctive gonopods. A brief description, with figures, is provided by Owen & Gregory (2021).
This appears to be a new species (Jörg Spelda, pers. comm.).
Distribution and Habitat
First found in 2017 at a woodland site near Bridgend, South Wales, T. cf turdulorum is currently known from five sites, each in a different valley, along a 20 km stretch from Neath Port Talbot to Bridgend (Owen & Gregory, 2021).