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Unknown Polydesmida (millipede)

Unknown Polydesmida (millipede)
near Salem, Polk County, Oregon, USA
April 14, 2009
Size: 3.5cm
Found in a coniferous forest (doug firs mainly) with mixed broadleaf trees (maples).

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Unknown Polydesmida (millipede) Unknown Polydesmida (millipede)

Hey, I just found this species today! Unfortunately it wasn't male so there were no gonopods to identify it by. If I find out what it is, I will post my findings. It really is a beautiful xystodesmid.


I'm not sure of the genus, bu
I'm not sure of the genus, but that is a gorgeous Xystodesmidae. Wow!


Moved from Millipedes.

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