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It's definitely a Polydesmus. What makes you think it might be P. complanatus (now known as P. angustus) as opposed to any of the other Polydesmus species?
Mark, no particular reason just that was the species name given in the book I looked at & NBN showed it was pretty common. I needed to give the scientific name for OU & couldn't find anywhere how the species are differentiated. I'm very much an amateur but would like to know what to look for in more detail. Thanks.
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