Norwegian Journal of Entomology. 2013, 60 (2), 169-171
Eleven specimens of Camilla flavicauda Duda 1922 were accidentally reared indoors in Oslo, and a twelfth one was later found free living. In addition, four old specimens of Camilla glabra (Fallén, 1823) were found in the collection of the Natural History Museum in Oslo. These constitute the first records of the small family Camillidae for Norway. The identification literature and the likely substrate of the larvae of C. flavicauda are discussed.
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Norwegian Journal of EntomologyNorsk entomologisk forening