|Apparently common over parts of the UK
favouring heathland, although the NBN Gateway would
strongly suggest otherwise. We have recorded this
Centipede commonly within the Sherwood Forest area. The lower two photographs show the
underside of Geophilus easoni in more detail.
This specimen was found at Clipstone Old Quarter after
dark, but was only discovered when it produced a trail of
bioluminescent fluid, after almost being trampled on. It
did not glow bodily, but the glowing fluid was easily
visible from at least two metres away.