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millipede

millipede
Elkton, Douglas County, Oregon, USA
March 31, 2011
Any idea what the big millipede is? Could the little millipede be related to the big one?

Moved
Moved from Millipedes.

The big one looks like a repr
The big one looks like a representativee of the family Striariidae, order Chordeumatida. The little one is a VERY early juvenile that could be anything. Rowland Shelley

 
There's no page for family St
There's no page for family Striariidae, order Chordeumatida. Should I just move it to "order"?

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