General Info: Millipedes are comparatively slower than centipedes. They have two pairs of legs per body segment, and feed on decaying plant matter.
Length: 1/16″ – 4 1/2″
Region Found: Throughout the United States
Residential Location: They are typically in areas of high moisture and decaying vegetation, such as under trash, in piles of grass clippings, flower-bed muclhes, and piles of leaves
Random/Interesting Fact: They don’t really have 1000 legs. The max is around 750.
Identification: They are either black or brown, with red/orange legs. They are worm-llike in structure.