Typical pattern = 2 bilateral spots at posterior part of 4th abdominal segment. This form has never been recorded from the USA. Therefore the cf. (=confer, =like) in the name. US taxonomists consider such specimens as light colour forms of Entomobrya multifasciata or Entomobrya nivalis. (Comment by Frans Janssens)
Europe, Australia, Macronesia (widespread and common in the UK). Probably an introduced species.