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Species Tylobolus uncigerus

Millipede (Tylobolus uncigeris?) - Tylobolus uncigerus Long dark millipede - Tylobolus uncigerus Tylobolus - Tylobolus uncigerus Tylobolus - Tylobolus uncigerus Tylobolus - Tylobolus uncigerus Tylobolus? - Tylobolus uncigerus Tylobolus? - Tylobolus uncigerus Very common millipede in these parts - Tylobolus uncigerus
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Myriapoda (Myriapods)
Class Diplopoda (Millipedes)
Order Spirobolida
Family Spirobolidae
Genus Tylobolus
Species uncigerus (Tylobolus uncigerus)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Tylobolus uncigerus (Wood) 1864
Identification
A rather slender Tylobolus, brownish gray ("fuscous") with no (or very little) red or yellow on the margins.
Commonly has striae on hindbelt (rear margin of ring) up to level of ozopores, and more pronounced lips of the anal valve than congeners. (1)(2)
Range
Southwestern WA, south to Mariposa and Santa Cruz cos, CA (3). This is the northernmost species of Tylobolus.
Works Cited
1.A taxonomic study of the milliped family Spirobolidae (Diplopoda; Spirobolida)
Keeton, William. 1960. Memoirs of the American Entomological Society 17: 1–146.
2.The species of the milliped genus Tylobolus (Diplopoda: Spirobolida). A re-examination.
Keeton, William. 1966. Transactions of the American Entomological Society , 92(1), 17–28.
3.Checklist of the millipeds of North and Middle America
Richard L. Hoffman. 1999. Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publications.