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Light colored Harpaphe haydeniana? - Harpaphe haydeniana

Light colored Harpaphe haydeniana? - Harpaphe haydeniana
Yamhill County, Oregon, USA
June 22, 2007
Size: ~2" +/-
Found in an area which had been deforested for the lumber industry. The area was likely well forested in conifers and ferns but is now a dry wasteland to the species that once lived there.

Moved
Moved from Millipedes.

Yes...
This is the common coastal yellow-spotted forest millepede (H. Haydeniana).

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