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Lithobius sp. - ecdysis Teneral Lithobius sp. with its shedded skin still attached to the hind legs. The purpelish colour is quite typical for teneral specimen, and will change to the normal orangy-brown when the cuticle hardens. Chilopoda,Lithobiomorpha,Lithobius,Myriapoda,ecdysis,teneral Click/tap to enlarge

Lithobius sp. - ecdysis

Teneral Lithobius sp. with its shedded skin still attached to the hind legs. The purpelish colour is quite typical for teneral specimen, and will change to the normal orangy-brown when the cuticle hardens.

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Uploaded Mar 30, 2017.