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Woodstock, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA
August 2, 2018
Sorry for the non-insect post! This is from a berlese leaf litter sample. I have ~10 of these individuals in one sample and so far haven't seen them in any others. I first thought symphylan but the antennae are not filiform or bead-like, but rather more clavate or knobbed, and they have eyes. Then I thought perhaps pauropod but again, the antennae are wrong. My final guess is a juvenile millipede but they definitely do not have 2 pairs of legs per segment, nor anywhere near enough legs to consider that (5 pairs of legs)! I can't figure it out, any ideas?