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Paradoxosomatidae - Oxidus gracilis

Paradoxosomatidae - Oxidus gracilis
Powhite Park, City of Richmond, Virginia, USA
August 7, 2014
Is this Species Asiomorpha coarctata or just the greenhouse millipede?

Moved
Moved from Paradoxosomatidae.

Greenhouse Millipede
I believe it is the more common Greenhouse Millipede, although it would be nice to find something else sometimes.
The mid-body paranota seem too blunt for Asiomorpha, and I believe Virginia is too far North of its establshed (but growing) range.

 
Oxidus
I agree it's the greenhouse millipede. Asiomorpha apparently only occurs in the states bordering the Gulf of Mexico.

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