On the underside of a rotting pine log at a mixed forest edge.
There are only two species of Brachycybe in my area, and this one fit the description for. B. lecontii. It is better known for this "ivory" appearance. I plan on going back to look into this log a bit further as I'm hoping to find something very interesting! Supposedly, this millipede practices paternal care of eggs!
Also: A new order on JD!
''Brachycybe lecontii'' is a species of millipede in the family Andrognathidae. It is found in North America.