The species is Palearctic, silvicolous (forest-living) and found under tree bark of dead wood. It is rare. It was first recorded in Norway in 2019. Suctobelbata truncicola is the only representative of the genus Suctobelbata known in Norway. The reproduction is parthenogenetic, only females are present and they are produced from unfertilized eggs.
Universitetsmuseet i Bergen, Universitetet i Bergen