Blaniulus Guttulatus Millipede Info – Learn About Spotted Snake Millipedes

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Blaniulus Guttulatus Millipede Info – Learn About Spotted Snake Millipedes

By Amy Grant I’m sure you’ve been out to the garden to harvest, weed, and hoe and noticed some slender insects with segmented bodies that look almost like tiny snakes. In fact, upon closer inspection, you notice the creatures have brownish to pinkish spots on the lateral sides of their bodies. You’re looking at spotted snake millipedes (Blaniulus guttulatus). What is a spotted snake millipede? Does Blaniulus guttulatus cause damage in gardens? If so, is there a spotted snake millipede control? The following article contains the answers to these questions and other Blaniulus guttulatus millipede info. What is a Spotted Snake Millipede? Spotted snake millipedes, along with centipedes, are members of a group of animals called myriapods, Centipedes are soil dwelling predatory animals that have only one pair of legs per body segment. Juvenile millipedes have three pairs of legs per body segment. Centipedes are more active than millipedes and,

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