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Centipede sp? - Orthoporus

Centipede sp? - Orthoporus
Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA
July 13, 2014
Size: 6 inches (15 cm)

Moved from Millipedes.

Definitely Orthoporus; can't
Definitely Orthoporus; can't speak for species, but definitely that genus.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

This is a species of millipede. Someone should be able to ID for you, at least to the genus level. :

I believe it is Orthoporus ornatus.

Thanks! I should have measur
Thanks! I should have measured it, because I think it was indeed close to 15 cm.

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