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The legs on scutigeromorpha are very, very, very long and thin. Lithobius spp. has legs of normal proportions for a centipede
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Scutigeromorphs have 21 pairs of legs, Lithobius species only 15 pairs.
Those are scolopendromorphs, with 21 leg pairs.
Scutigeromorpha have 15 leg pairs (as do Lithobiomorpha).
Ahhh, I see. Many thanks all :)
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