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An unidentified wild caught millipede collected on the grounds of the University of the Philippines.

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An unidentified wild caught millipede collected on the grounds of the University of the Philippines.

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Bumble bee millipede (Anadenobolus monilicornis) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.

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Bumble bee millipede (Anadenobolus monilicornis) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.

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Texas millipedes (Orthoporus texicolen) at the Central Florida Zoo.

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Texas millipedes (Orthoporus texicolen) at the Central Florida Zoo.

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Florida pink millipede (Narceus americanus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Florida pink millipede (Narceus americanus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Asian millipede (Thyropygus pachyurus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Asian millipede (Thyropygus pachyurus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Asian millipede (Thyropygus pachyurus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Desert millipedes (Orthoporus ornatus) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A North American millipede (Narceus americanus) at the Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A North American millipede (Narceus americanus) at the Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A North American millipede (Narceus americanus) at the Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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An African giant millipede (Archispirostreptus gigas) at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure near Salina, Kansas.

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An African giant millipede (Archispirostreptus gigas) at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure near Salina, Kansas.

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An African giant millipede (Archispirostreptus gigas) at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure near Salina, Kansas.

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Giant African millipedes (Archispirostreptus gigas) at the Point Defiance Zoo.

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Giant African millipedes (Archispirostreptus gigas) at the Point Defiance Zoo.

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Spriobolid millipedes; they sometimes are called “Mombasa train” in East Africa. Millipedes in this group produce defensive benzoquinones, compounds that have been demonstrated to have antibacterial and anti-tumor properties (they are also toxic, and for this reason millipedes have few natural enemies).”

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Sonoran Desert millipedes (Orthoporus ornatus) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A North American millipede (Narceus americanus) at the Audubon Insectarium in New Orleans.

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Peruvian green and gold millipede (Orthoporus sp.) at the Miller Park Zoo.

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A Florida scrub millipede (Floridobolus penneri) at the Archbold Biological Station on the Lake Wales Ridge of Florida.

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A Florida scrub millipede (Floridobolus penneri) at the Archbold Biological Station on the Lake Wales Ridge of Florida.

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A Florida scrub millipede (Floridobolus penneri) at the Archbold Biological Station on the Lake Wales Ridge of Florida.

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A Florida scrub millipede (Floridobolus penneri) at the Archbold Biological Station on the Lake Wales Ridge of Florida.

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A Florida scrub millipede (Floridobolus penneri) at the Archbold Biological Station on the Lake Wales Ridge of Florida.

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A Florida scrub millipede (Floridobolus penneri) at the Archbold Biological Station on the Lake Wales Ridge of Florida.

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