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far from home!
these little suckers get around, from OZ to Ecuador (first record?) to the PNW! They are, of course, common in the BA on wood chips.
Check out the MO range map. Talk about everywhere!
From the Kew Gardens website:
An introduced species, which is becoming widespread in much of Europe and North America, and is not of conservation concern. Uncommon in Australia but not of noted conservation concern.