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Narceus sp? - Tylobolus

Narceus sp? - Tylobolus
Marin County, California, USA
April 12, 2008
Size: 3" (8cm)
A shorter, thicker millipede than the other one I found, though I think they may belong to the same species.

Moved from Spirobolidae.

Moved from Spirobolida.

Tylobolus species, order Spir
Tylobolus species, order Spirobolida, family Spirobolidae

Re: Tylobolus species, order Spir
Thanks! I figured if I moved the image here would have a better chance of being identified.

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