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Soil Centipede

Soil Centipede
Clermont, Hall County, Georgia, USA
June 2, 2014
One in every scoop of dirt for transplanting

Moved from Centipedes.

It is definitely a geophilomo
It is definitely a geophilomorph, but a lot of different species look like this, so without a specimen under a microscope a species ID is impossible. It is in the family Geophilidae.

Moved from ID Request.

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