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Centipede but which one? - Hemiscolopendra marginata

Centipede but which one? - Hemiscolopendra marginata
Moccasin Lake, Winston, Douglas County, Georgia, USA
September 21, 2008
Size: about 35 mm
Need ID on this centipede. They are common here in Georgia. Photographed at night near porch light.

Moved
Moved from Bark Centipedes.

Moved
Moved from Centipedes.

I believe this
falls into Scolopendromorpha. Looks like a young one.(?) I wouldn't be able to take it any further though. We have an expert, Dr Rowland Shelley, he'll probably see this one and I.D. it.

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