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Millipede? - Cambala

Millipede? - Cambala
Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
November 9, 2014
Size: 1 inch and less
These millipedes were with a large centipede (Scolopocryptops sexspinosus possibly). Is there some symbiotic relationship between the two? They were both under the same rock and in the same spot curled up together when I disturbed them.

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An image cropped to show one or two individuals as clearly as possible would be preferred to a group shot.

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