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Polyzoniid Millipede - Petaserpes cryptocephalus

Polyzoniid Millipede - Petaserpes cryptocephalus
Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
April 26, 2011
Size: 8.3mm

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Moved
Moved from Petaserpes.
Thanks Derek.

These are indeed a species of
These are indeed a species of Petaserpes (Polyzoniida: Polyzoniidae). Rowland Shelley

 
Petaserpes sp.
Thanks Rowland. Is there any hope of getting any of these to species?

 
I think for this genus, we'd
I think for this genus, we'd need to see a male's gonopods. We could assign this to Petaserpes cryptocephalus based on the range, however. Shelley 1997 lists it as the only record from NH. The closest record for another species in the genus is from western New York.

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