Centipede uncovered in a rummage through leaf litter in a broadleaved woodland.
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In the centipedes, the number of pairs of legs is always an uneven number, so this specimen would have either 79 or 81 pairs of legs.
Counting so many legs on a photograph of a long wriggly thing is a bit of a guess but I will ensure in the future it is always an odd number.
Thanks for the advice.
Lat/Lng: 52.706729, -2.537824
OS grid ref: SJ637122