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Photo#512658
Pauropod

Pauropod
Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
May 6, 2011
Size: ~1.25 mm
I found this pale multi-legged bug under a rotting board in the garden. Possibly an immature myriapod.

In Tetramerocerata
Based on keys in Scheller 2008.

Amazing
It is a beautiful and mature pauropod (with 9 pairs of legs, 0.5~2.0 mm in length). This picture is amazing. How did you do this?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

It is indeed a pauropod as sh
It is indeed a pauropod as shown by the branched antennae. Rowland Shelley

The branched antennae
(or what I take to be branched antennae), make me think Pauropoda:



But I know nothing about these critters, so hold out for a more informed opinion.

 
Thanks Ken
Thanks Ken. Looks just like it!

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