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?Blaniulus guttulatus - Spotted snake millipede

?Blaniulus guttulatus - Spotted snake millipede
Corkums Island, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada
September 28, 2013
Size: 30mm long
On side of house below outside lights.

Moved from Millipedes.

Maybe Ophyiulus, judging by t
Maybe Ophyiulus, judging by the epiproct. For now I'll put it in Julidae.

Not Blaniulus
This appears too long and thick to be Blaniulus, but I'm afraid I can't offer much help on what it could be.

Definitely not Blanniulus
Ok, I've been doing some research, and this is definitely not Blannulus, which are tiny, white (unpigmented), and eyeless.

Moved from ID Request.

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