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Millipede - Asiomorpha coarctata

Millipede - Asiomorpha coarctata
Stuart, Florida, USA
November 25, 2005
Anyone know what this little guy is?

Moved
Moved from Millipedes.

With pointed, acuminate paran
With pointed, acuminate paranotal corners, this is Asiomorpha coarctata (Saussure, 1869) (order Polydesmida: family Paradoxosomatidae). This species is another Asian species that has been widely introduced and is common in South America; it is known in North America from Florida. It looks like Oxidus gracilis, whose paranotal corners are blunt and not prolonged. Rowland Shelley, North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences

 
I used your info
I went ahead and put the info you provided into the guide. Thanks again!

 
Wow!
Thanks so much for the quick reply. It's always awesome to have an expert weigh in! Not sure if you're new here or not, but in any case thanks and welcome to Bugguide!

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