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Small, long, thin Millipede with more than 40 segments and slightly clubbed antennae. - male

Small, long, thin Millipede with more than 40 segments and slightly clubbed antennae. - Male
Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County, California, USA
December 11, 2008
Size: ~ 1 cm long, ~ 1 mm thick
Please refer to the Remarks on the primary photo.

I had submitted this second photo shortly after I uploaded the primary image, but it seemed to have disappeared in cyberworld.
But now the upload looks successful.

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Small, long, thin Millipede with more than 40 segments and slightly clubbed antennae. - male Small, long, thin Millipede with more than 40 segments and slightly clubbed antennae. - male Small, long, thin Millipede with more than 40 segments and slightly clubbed antennae. - male

Moved
Moved from Spirostreptida.

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