The Glendale Hills Mimic MillipedePaul Marek
Brachoria glendalea individuals are about 40.5 mm long and 10.7 mm wide (females 42.7 mm X 10.8). Color: 2-spotted yellow.
Brachoria glendalea genitalia - left male gonopodal acropodite (with setae removed): (Left) medial view and (Right) magnified apical view. © Paul Marek
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Keeton W.T. 1959. A revision of the millipede genus Brachoria (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae) Proc. US Nat. Mus. 109: 1-58.
Hoffman R.L. 1999. Checklist of the millipeds of North and Middle America. Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication. No. 8. Martinsville: Virginia Museum of Natural History.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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