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Spotting

Description:

Length: ~2.00cm Season : Summer season Time : 3:45am 20May2021 Frequency : Very Rare Life stage : Juvenile?

Habitat:

Spotted inside the car parking very close to open abandoned area with lot of plants.

Notes:

Some species of Millipede. 2nd & 3rd pics of different spotting captured few days ago from 1st. Infact I believe it was the same worm; if not, worst case same species. So, uploaded for more clarity although quality is no better than 1st.

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2 Comments

m.prasad.369
m.prasad.369 5 months ago

I doubt whether it is really P. nigrolabiatus because
P. nigrolabiatus has little rough shell-like outer body with reddish bands (missing here), full reddish legs (matches some extent) and it has the hobbit of bending itself round with external touch/attack but the one is this spotting is crawling faster instead (so could not take better pics).

Võ Anh Tuấn
Võ Anh Tuấn 5 months ago

Phyllogonostreptus nigrolabiatus ???

m.prasad.369
Spotted by
m.prasad.369

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Spotted on May 20, 2021
Submitted on Nov 30, 2021

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