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Hi llortizgarcia, sorry for the suggestion! http://trec.ifas.ufl.edu/mannion/pdfs/Ye...Unfortunately, the links to your videos were not working, though I did find this one which is very nice:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKuqC2vaR...I have found a very similar millipede in which has red bands instead of yellow bands, and it is so similar, it even has the pinkish legs:http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/106...It is very nice to hear from you as well. :-)
Hello Jakubko. Thanks for your suggestion. I knew about the scientific name and last night I wrote it on the space provided for it, but for some reason it did'nt show. Any way the link is a good reference. Here are two links to local videos I found. Both are in spanish, but you will enjoy the visual aspect.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKuqC2vaR......The Smithsonian has been studying the DNA of the species. http://puertorico.univision.com/videos/v......We commonly refer to it with the african word "gongolí".It is a pleasure to communicate with you.
Hello llortizgarcia, what a gorgeous millipede! Did you know the ID of the spotting, and just forgot to add the scientific name? If that is the case, I will delete my suggestion since you knew what it was, but if you didn't know the ID, I will keep the suggestion up so you can see the reference link and read about its recent introduction into Florida.
Spotted on Dec 7, 2013 Submitted on Dec 7, 2013
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