The Myriapoda (Millipedes, Centipedes) Featuring the North American Fauna     
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Spirobolinae/ini. N. americanus. North America, Canada, Quebec. Photo courtesy of J. D. Brisson.

Spirobolinae/ini. N. americanus. North America, USA, West Virginia. Photo by D.R. Whitehead.

Spirobolinae/ini. Narceus gordanus (Chamberlin, 1943). North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala National Forest. Photo courtesy of L. T. Pusser & J. C. Beane.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini. Tylobolus uncigerus (Wood, 1864) North America, USA, Oregon, Benton Co., Photo courtesy of W. P. Leonard.

Spirobolinae/ini. Spirobolus bungii Brandt, 1833. Asia, China, ?Beijing Shi; crawling on Great Wall of China in August 2008. Photo by B. A. Snyder.

Phendodid beetle larva attacking N. americanus. North America, USA, North Carolina, Union Co. Photo courtesy of D. Woods.

Spirobolinae/ini. N. americanus in a most unusual place, in a juniper tree. North America, USA, Virginia, Caroline Co., Bowling Green. Photo courtesy of D. Brittle.

 

Floridobolus orini Shelley, 2013. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala Nat. For. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Floridobolinae: Floridobolini. Floridobolus orini Shelley, 2014, caudal end. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala Nat. For. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Floridobolinae: Floridobolini. Floridobolus orini Shelley, 2014, anterior end, dorsal view. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala Nat. For. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Spirobolinae: Spirobolini. Narceus americanus Male showing gap in legs on segment 7 with gonopods internal. Photo by D. Hennen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spirobolinae/ini. N. americanus. North America, Canada, Quebec. Photo courtesy of J. D. Brisson.

Spirobolinae/ini. N. gordanus, anterior end of male, ventral view. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala National Forest. Photo courtesy of L. T. Pusser & J. C. Beane.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini.Tylobolus uncigerus (Wood, 1864). North America, USA, Oregon, Benton Co. Photo courtesy of W.P. Leonard.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini. Hiltonius carpinus Chamberlin, 1943. Mexico, Guerrero. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Spirobolinae/ini. N. americanus,  anterior end of female. North America, USA, Arkansas. Photo by N.B. Causey.

 

F. orini Shelley, 2013. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala Nat. For. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Narceus amer.Male with seg. 7 opened showing gonopods inside. Photo by D. Hennen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spirobolinae/ini. Narceus americanus (Beauvois, 1817). North America, Canada, Quebec. Photo courtesy of J. D. Brisson.

Spirobolinae/ini. Narceus gordanus (Chamberlin, 1943), anterior end of head; note stain on finger from defensive secretion. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala National Forest. Photo by L. T. Pusser & J. C. Beane.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini. Tylobolus uncigerus (Wood, 1864). North America, USA, Oregon, Benton Co. Photo courtesy of W.P. Leonard.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini. Hiltonius carpinus Chamberlin, 1943. Mexico, Guerrero. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Spirobolinae/ini. N. americanus. North America, USA, North Carolina, Durham Co.

Spirobolinae: Aztecolini. Chicobolus spinigerus (Wood, 1864) with pinkish tint. North America, USA, Florida, Collier Co., Milano Conservation Preserve. Photo courtesy of A. Karim.

Albino male of N. americanus. 3rd or 4th captive bred generation, probably non-existent in wild. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Coiled albino of N. americanus. 3rd or 4th captive bred generation, probably non-existent in wild. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Floridobolinae: Floridobolini. Floridobolus orini Shelley, 2014. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co. Photo by O. McMonigle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spirobolinae/ini. Narceus americanus (Beauvois, 1817). North America, USA, North Carolina.

Spirobolinae: Aztecolini. Chicobolus spinigerus (Wood, 1864), "Florida Ivory Millipede." North America, USA, Florida, Alachua Co. Note characteristic white ventrolateral markings.

Spirobolinae: Aztecolini. Chicobolus spinigerus (Wood, 1864);  unique coloration of population in the Keys, Monroe Co., Florida, USA. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini. Tylobolus castaneus Chamberlin, 1918. North America, USA, California. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Floridobolinae: Tylobolini. Hiltonius carpinus Chamberlin, 1943. Mexico, Guerrero. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

Spirobolinae/ini. Spirobolus bungii Brandt, 1833. Asia, China, ?Beijing Shi; crawling on Great Wall of China in August 2008. Photo by B. A. Snyder.

Spirobolinae/ini. Narceus woodruffi Causey, 1959. North America, USA, Florida, Alachua Co. Photo by N. B. Causey.

Albino of N. americanus. 3rd or 4th captive bred generation, probably non-existent in wild. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

 

Floridobolinae: Floridobolini. Floridobolus orini Shelley, 2014, anterior end, dorsolateral view. North America, USA, Florida, Marion Co., Ocala Nat. For. Photo courtesy of O. McMonigle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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