Not sure whether these are both millipedes or not. Found in pot traps in garden.
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The long thin one is a snake millipede and the short wide one is a flat-backed millipede.
Many thanks for the id's on the millipedes. Do you happen to know the latin names for them or are those types of which there is more than one species?
There are many different species of each and usually they need to be examined with a microscope to identify properly. Snake millipedes are the family Julidae and flat-backed millipedes are the family Polydesmidae. Collectively millipedes are Diplopoda and you could put this as an id for both or else repost the two types separately and see if anyone else can offer a better id.
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