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millipede with eggs - Narceus americanus-annularis-complex - female

millipede with eggs - Narceus americanus-annularis-complex - Female
Columbia, Lexington County, South Carolina, USA
May 17, 2010
Size: about an inch in diameter
Found this millipede with what appears to be eggs when I disturbed some debris by the side of my house. Can someone ID the species?

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millipede with eggs - Narceus americanus-annularis-complex - female millipede with eggs - Narceus americanus-annularis-complex - female

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Giant American Millipede?
Possibly a Giant American Millipede (Narceus americanus)? I'm no expert though.

 
Thanks Stephen
I looked at other photos of that species, and that's most certainly what mine looked like! They are very common in and around my yard!

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