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Yosemite Millipede (C. yosemitensis) - Californiulus yosemitensis

Yosemite Millipede (C. yosemitensis) - Californiulus yosemitensis
Paisley, Klamath County, Oregon, USA
July 29, 2008
Prob in the 3-4" range, slender, bronze w/ black stripes. Found in Conifer Forests in Fremont Nat. Forest, often under decaying logs or boards.

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Yosemite Millipede (C. yosemitensis) - Californiulus yosemitensis Yosemite Millipede (C. yosemitensis) - Californiulus yosemitensis

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Moved from Millipedes.

Klamath Cr. OR, millipedes
They aren't Orthoporus ornatus (order Spirostreptida: family Spirostreptidae) but instead Californiulus yosemitensis (Chamberlin) (order Julida: family Paeromopodidae). This is the family that contains the longest millipede known from North America, a 6 1/2 in. paeromopodid from Yosemite Nat. Pk., California. Rowland Shelley

 
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There was also an extremely long & slender black millipede that I found in Mary's Peak, Benton Co, OR. Though they probably aren't related it was the second longest millipede I have found in the wild (these were probably the first). Thanks

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