This note extends the geographic range of Nallachius adamsi Penny, 1981, N. dicolor
Adams, 1970 and N. phantomellus Adams, 1970 to São Paulo state, Brazil, based on the
examination of specimens obtained in an area of riparian forest (21°36ʹ47ʺ S, 047°49ʹ04ʺ
W, ca 532 m above sea level) at the Estação Ecológica de Jataí, in the municipality
of Luís Antônio.