Nottinghamshire until several individuals were recorded
from under long-standing rockery stones in a Mapperley
T.A. and Pendleton, D.T.) in February 2017. The same mature garden
has produced other records of similarly rare/scarce
county Millipedes in recent years, showing that suburban
gardens can be excellent sources of invertebrate records.
Melogona scutellaris is a Millipede typical of
synanthropic habitats and is likely to be present at
other locations in the county.