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First-instar Millipedes

First-instar Millipedes
Parkwood, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
February 3, 2008
Size: 0.8 mm
The best somewhat lateral view I could get, showing the tarsi on one individual, for instance.

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Not milipede
They don't seem to have the strong segmentation or skinny waists as the millipede larvae had...
& look at the well developed setae.
I'd put my money on them being a type of springtail... that is if it wasn't for the fact that I don't gamble. XD

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