Boreoiulus tenuis (Bigler, 1913)
An uncommon Millipede in Nottinghamshire. After Boreoiulus tenuis was discovered new to the county at Kelham by Wil Heeney in 2015, there have been three subsequent records, which suggest that this has been an under-recorded Millipede in the county. In the first few months of 2016, it was found on the site of the former Rufford Colliery and along the Southwell Trail (Whiteley, D.) and in a Mapperley garden.
Nottinghamshire (VC56) distribution of Boreoiulus tenuis
The records for the Nottinghamshire distribution map are currently provided by the following contributors - Wil Heeney. Trevor and Dilys Pendleton. Derek Whiteley.

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Updated November 2018

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