Clambus formosanus japonicus Endrödy-Younga is reported as a new country record for the USA. Specimens were collected in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina by processing decaying grass clippings with a litter reducer followed by Winkler or Berlese funnel extraction. Specimens were also collected in Union County, North Carolina using a UV light trap. These collections increase the known fauna of Clambus Fischer von Waldheim in North America north of Mexico to 11 species. Habitus photographs and illustrations of the genitalia of C. formosanus japonicus are included. An updated key to the Clambus species of North America north of Mexico is provided.
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