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Genus Urewera Salmon.

Urewera magna (Salmon, 1937).

This species can now be regarded as common and generally distributed throughout the country. Usually it is found under the bark of trees, old logs, and amongst fallen forest debris.

Urewera magna subspecies violacea Salmon, 1938.

This subspecies can now be reported from leaf mould, Burrows Avenue Reserve. Karori, where it is quite common (Author's Coll.).

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Urewera flava Salmon, 1938.

Further localities are Johnson's Hill, Karori, from bush debris (Author's Coll.) and Waitakere Ranges, Auckland, from whence it has been reported by Womersley. (Trans. Roy. Soc. Sth. Aust. 66 1 [ unclear: ] p. 29.)

Urewera quadradentata Salmon, 1941.

Collected on Mount Hector, Tararua Ranges, by R. Forster, under bark of fuchsia trees 1100 ft. altitude, and under moss 2000 ft. altitude.