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Soil centipede - Arctogeophilus umbraticus

Soil centipede - Arctogeophilus umbraticus
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
November 21, 2006

Arctogeophilus umbraticus
The large, dark head and long fangs identify this species, which is probably the most common geophilomorph in the southeast.

Moved from Soil Centipedes.

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