Tullbergia bisetosa Börner, 1902
T. bisetosa is indigenous to the islands of the sub-Antarctic (Heard Island, Îles Kerguelen, South Georgia, South Sandwich Islands and Tierra del Fuego; Greenslade 2006) and is easily distinguishable by its large size and lack of both ocelli and furca. The eggs of this species are white in colour and are laid singly. It is widely distributed in the soil, but can also be found on rocks under the introduced vascular plant Sagina procumbens.
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