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Aposematic Almond scented Millipede, Apheloria sp?

Aposematic Almond scented Millipede, Apheloria sp?
Shenandoah National Park, Warren County, Virginia, USA
August 8, 2000
Aposematic Almond scented Millipede, Apheloria sp? with a bit of American Giant Millipede, Narceus americanus-annularis-complex in the background. I cropped the image to eliminate confusion per the moderators suggestion. It did pixelate the scanned image but hopefully Rolland or another expert can get it by color and location. Thanks a bunch - Ann and Rob

Moved from Millipedes.

Looks like you may have
the saturation cranked up too high. That may distort the color for an ID. You might guide on the skin color and get that back to normal so the millipede ends up looking right. You can just click on edit and browse to the color corrected image to upload it.

Thanks - J&J
I was not able to get CS6 to open the file properly to fix the saturation - only a small cropped image in a sea of checkerboards would open. I started over and it seems to be ok now. - Ann and Rob

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