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Apheloria virginiensis corrugata
Found on mossy conifer bark in a shady, moist hollow
A bajillion of these all over Hocking Hills! So cute.
Very nice. What a handsome fellow.
Scott Frazier - Oh dear, was that comment really made two months ago? So sorry for how long it's taken me to get back to you. I really appreciate the professional insight, and I'll update this spotting to reflect it. :)
I would say yours is not a cherry millipede based on the shape of the yellow on the outer edges (yours is say, hockey stick shaped, see suggestion). Compare the delta shape of the cherry millipede here http://jimmccormac.blogspot.com/2011/05/...
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Spotted on May 5, 2013 Submitted on Dec 24, 2013
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