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Photo#371897
Isopod? - Polyxenus

Isopod? - Polyxenus
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
February 16, 2010
Size: ~2.5mm

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Isopod? - Polyxenus Isopod? - Polyxenus Isopod? - Polyxenus

Moved
Moved from Bristly Millipedes.

Not an isopod; this is a mill
Not an isopod; this is a milliped, a representative of the order Polyxenida, subclass Penicillata. I suppose Polyxenus sp., but this is a more colorful polyxenidan that I am used to seeing. Rowland Shelley

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