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Stone Centipede - Probably Lithobiidae - Lithobius forficatus - female

Stone Centipede - Probably Lithobiidae - Lithobius forficatus - Female
Oak Ridge, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
November 27, 2012
Size: ~22 mm
Male or female?

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Stone Centipede - Probably Lithobiidae - Lithobius forficatus - female Stone Centipede - Probably Lithobiidae - Lithobius forficatus - female Stone Centipede - Probably Lithobiidae - Lithobius forficatus - female

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Moved from Lithobius.

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Moved from Stone Centipedes.

Lithobius forficatus, female
In lithobiomorphs, females have gonopod claws on the underside of the very last segment. Here you can barely see them just next to the trochanter of the last pair of legs.

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Moved from Centipedes.

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Moved from ID Request.