*propinqua Bagnall, 1941
Pseudosinella decipiens is a blind species in which the small tooth on the inner edge of the claw of leg3 is nearer to the tip than the base, and in which the two large teeth are at different distances from the base (Fig. 1). Several of the records are for the junior synonym Pseudosinella propinqua described by Bagnall in 1941. All the specimens in the NHM are from Chislehurst Caves and Cave Hill in Belfast although there are literature records from littoral sites and from soil outside caves.