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About 2 and a half inch long. Brown with black on the segments. Black head and antennae. Black legs.
Secondary.forest on a 468 meters hill.
Saw 2 individual.
I've seen only black ones - this one is so attractive.
I don't think I've seen a millipede quite that chubby before! :)
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So cool! I never would have believed this was a Millipede! Especially seeing it curled up like a Sowbug. I had to look it up to believe it! It is an interesting example of convergent evolution between species of two different subphyla!https://wondersoftheearth.wordpress.com/...
Wow , quite a beast , great find .
Lat: 1.42, Long: 110.22
Spotted on Nov 25, 2018 Submitted on Nov 26, 2018
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