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Tanzanian Pill Bug Millipede

Arthrosphaera brandtii

Description:

Small millipede (3-4 cm). The fading brown color suggests it was an old individual.

Habitat:

Tropical moist montane forest; crossing a gravel road.

Notes:

Introduced species in Amani Nature Reserve. A small study performed by me and my colleagues showed there is no evidence as of yet to consider it an invading species.

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1 Comment

Flavio Oliveira
Flavio Oliveira 4 years ago

Yes it is! We never published the study in a scientific journal, sadly (time and distance constrains), but you can find the abstract of our study (and others performed by my colleagues) here: http://www.tropical-biology.org/admin/do...

Ours is the last one :)

cseltzer
cseltzer 4 years ago

Is there a link to your TBA study available somewhere? I'm very curious!

Tanga, Tanzania

Lat: -5.10, Long: 38.63

Spotted on Aug 9, 2012
Submitted on Oct 13, 2014

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