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Genus Californiulus

Yosemite Millipede (C. yosemitensis) - Californiulus yosemitensis Yosemite Millipede (C. yosemitensis) - Californiulus yosemitensis unkn millipede - Californiulus yosemitensis millipede - Californiulus yosemitensis Large milliped with thick stripe - Californiulus yosemitensis Large milliped with thick stripe - Californiulus yosemitensis Large milliped with thick stripe - Californiulus yosemitensis
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Myriapoda (Myriapods)
Class Diplopoda (Millipedes)
Order Julida
Family Paeromopodidae
Genus Californiulus
Numbers
6 species globally: all native to Western U.S. (1)
Identification
"Californiulus chamberlini, dorsovittatus, and yosemitensis display broad, yellow, middorsal stripes, the last also with a median black line." (2)
Range
CA, OR, WA, ID, NV, MT (1)
Works Cited
1. New records and species, and taxonomic alterations in the milliped family Paeromopodidae
Shelley, R.M. and S.B. Bauer. 1997. Entomological News 108(1): 1-14.
2.Revision of the milliped family Paeromopodidae, and elevation of the Aprosphylosomatinae to family status...
Shelley, R.M. 1994. Insect Systematics & Evolution. 25(2):169-214.