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Photo#1867701
millipede - Oxidus gracilis

millipede - Oxidus gracilis
New Port Richey, Hillsborough County, Florida, USA
July 21, 2017
I didn't realize you did these guys. Is this considered a flat-backed millipede?

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This looks more like Asiomorp
This looks more like Asiomorpha coarctata to me: https://bugguide.net/node/view/608966/bgimage

 
Possible
It is possible, the coloration seems typical for A. coarctata.
The reason I placed under Oxidus was the shorter midbody paranota which did not seem to extend past the segment margin, but possibly it is just variation.
You are welcome to move if you are confident.

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