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Genus Brachycybe

Millipedes - Brachycybe lecontii Millipede in Cave Point Cave, probably Brachycybe sp. - Brachycybe lecontii Brachycybe rosea in Nevada City, Ca - Brachycybe Brachycybe rosea in Nevada City, California - Brachycybe Brachycybe sp.? - Brachycybe Millipede ID request - Brachycybe lecontii Rose Millipede:  Brachycybe lecontii - Brachycybe lecontii Brachycybe
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Myriapoda (Myriapods)
Class Diplopoda (Millipedes)
Order Platydesmida
Family Andrognathidae
Genus Brachycybe
Explanation of Names
Brachycybe Wood, 1864
Numbers
Brachycybe poducta
Range
North America and E. Asia
Habitat
Rotten wood
Food
Fungi on rotten wood
Life Cycle
Males take care of eggs.
Internet References
Mol. Phylogenetic Evol. Phylogenetics of the millipede genus Brachycybe Wood, 1864 (Diplopoda: Platydesmida: Andrognathidae): patterns of deep evolutionary history and recent speciation.