Dufourea vulgaris Schenck, 1861
Dufourea minuta is the senior synonym of D. vulgaris Schenck, 1861 (Baker, 1994).
Known only from old records from Surrey (Woking and Chobham), Dorset (Holt) and possibly Hampshire (Chewton, close to the county boundary with Dorset and a doubtful record from the New Forest) until rediscovered from South Essex (near West Tilbury, leg. M E Archer, 29 June 2007). It is the most widely distributed Dufourea in Europe, ranging from Finland south to the Pyrenees and east to the Urals. Also known from west Siberia and north-west China.