Always has to be regarded as a possible, sometimes severe, pest of growing crops. ♦
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Ulf Scheller, PhD
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Phylum Arthropoda Class Myriapoda Subclass Pauropoda Number of families 5
Very small myriapods that live hidden in litter and soil; highly specialized to live in the edaphic (soil) environment
Photo: Allopauropus carolinensis. (Photo by Ernest C. Bernard, University of Tennessee. Reproduced by permission.)
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