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Unidentified Millipede - Rhinotus purpureus

Unidentified Millipede - Rhinotus purpureus
Naples, Collier County, Florida, USA
November 20, 2019
Size: 9 mm
This very small millipede, and many like it, was extacted from the stomach of a cane toad. It seems to have eyes and enlarged antennae. If someone could identify the order, I would certainly appreciate the help.

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