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  - Lamyctes emarginatus

- Lamyctes emarginatus
St-Hugues, Quebec, Canada
October 23, 2012

Moved from Stone Centipedes.

How big was it?
This looks like either Lithobius microps or Lamyctes emarginatus,the difference is that microps have 3-6 ocelli on each side and are smaller (

Lamyctes emarginatus
Based on a single, large occelus on each side of the head, 25 antennal segments, and the lack of spurs on any of the legs.

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