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Photo#654257
millipede - Anadenobolus

millipede - Anadenobolus
Pinellas County, Florida, USA
June 7, 2012
Size: 2 inches
Very common in this area along with THOUSANDS of these

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Moved
Moved from Eurhinocricus.

They are rhinocricids, though
They are rhinocricids, though probably Anadenobolus rather than Eurhinocricus. The bright, coral red one is Trigoniulus corallinus (Gervais, 1847) (Spirobolida: Trigoniulidae), another recent introduction into Florida. Rowland Shelley

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