26 Karst landscape in the area where Mejiro-do cave is located 27 Map of Mejiro-do cave, indicating the touristic area (marked in pink), and the locations where specimens of P. daidarabotchi were found (red dots) 28 conduit in the non-touristic area, trespassed by a stream 29 touristic area near the cave entrance 30 speleothems, where some specimens can be observed 31 P. daidarabotchi, living specimen.

  Part of: Sendra A, Yoshizawa K, Ferreira RL (2018) New oversize troglobitic species of Campodeidae in Japan (Diplura). Subterranean Biology 27: 53-73. https://doi.org/10.3897/subtbiol.27.28575