The Myriapoda (Millipedes, Centipedes) Featuring the North American Fauna     
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Lesser Antilles, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Vincent, Mt. St. Andrew. Photo courtesy of M. de Silva.

Newly molted individuals with exuvia. Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

?Anadenobolus sp.  South America, Brazil, Parana, Cachoeira. Photo by L. Scheuermann.

Anadenobolus arboreus gundlachi (Karsch, 1881). Caribbean Islands, Greater Antilles, Puerto Rico. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Unknown, copulating Rhinocricidae with M gonopods clearly inserted into female, though more anteriorly than I would expect. South America, Brazil, Pará, cave in Curionópolis. Photo courtesy of R.L. Ferreira.

Lesser Antilles, Martinique. Unusual color pattern. Photo courtesy of M. Coulis.

 

 

 

 

Lesser Antilles, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Bequia Island. Photo courtesy of M. de Silva.

Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

?Anadenobolus monilicornis (Porat, 1876); infestation of introduced sp. in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Photo courtesy of R.H. Scheffrahn.

South America, Peru. Photo by P. Wittman.

Stout, stocky rhinocricid in Santander Dept.  Colombia, in coil, note large collum. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Lesser Antilles, Martinique. More color variants. Photo courtesy of M. Coulis.

 

 

 

 

 

Lesser Antilles, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Vincent, Mt. St. Andrew. Photo courtesy of M. de Silva.

Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Mating pair (male on right, female on left), Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Lesser Antilles, St. Barthelemy. Photo courtesy of K. Questal.

?Perucricus sp. Note prolonged, acuminate/ spiniform epiproct. South America, Peru. Photo by P. Wittman.

A particularly stout, stocky rhinocricid in South America, Colombia, Santander Dept. Photo courtesy of D. Martinez-Torres.

A particularly glossy, completely ebony black rhinocricid. South America, Colombia, Valle del Cauca, near Cali. Photo courtesy of D. Martinez-Torres

Lesser Antilles, Martinique. More color variants. Photo courtesy of M. Coulis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Jamaica. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Head & anterior end showing frontal groove. Lesser Antilles, St. Barthelemy. Photo courtesy of K. Questal.

?Anadenobolus monilicornis (Porat, 1876), caudal end of introduced species showing prolonged, apically rounded epiproct. North America, USA, Florida, Broward Co., Ft. Lauderdale. Photo courtesy of R.H. Scheffrahn.

?Argentocricus sp. South America, Argentina, Misiones Prov. Photo courtesy of J. Klavins.

A particularly glossy, completely ebony black rhinocricid, Note contrast of shiny black body and pink legs & antennae. South America, Colombia, Valle del Cauca, near Cali. Photo courtesy of D. Martinez-Torres

Lesser Antilles, Martinique. Another color variant. Photo courtesy of M. Coulis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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