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Dilta Littoralis, Womersley 1930
A South Western species in the British Isles, typically found on heath and grassland, often coastal. Males may be seperated from other Dilta species by the spines on the second segment of the labial palp. Females can currently be seperated from d.hibernica by the number of segments on the gonapophyses, but not from d. saxicola or d. chateri.
Order Archeognatha, Family Machilidae , Genus Dilta
Wales, South and West England
Grassland and Heathlands, often coastal.
Delany 1954 gives an account of its life history and ecology.