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This Zebra millipede could belong to Spirostreptida, Spirobolida or Diplopoda order. This one was about 10-15 cm and had a black "face" and "behind".
Forrest. Start of rainy season.
When poking this milipede I was expecting it to roll up like they always do. Instead this was twisting like a earth-worm. Poked it several times and it always twisted and turned (#3), never rolled up.