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Ophyiulus pilosus

Ophyiulus pilosus
Kennebunk, York County, Maine, USA
December 21, 2011
Size: 2.5 cm long
(Parson's Beach)

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Ophyiulus pilosus Ophyiulus pilosus

Moved from Millipedes.

The photo is a bit blurry, an
The photo is a bit blurry, and I can't determine if there are full exoskeletal striations, but from the long spiniform epiproct at the caudal end of the body, I believe it is the common, introduced, European julid, Ophyiulus pilosus (Julida: Julidae). Rowland Shelley

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