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Atopetholidae is a southwest family of millipedes that seldom if ever makes it into the pet millipede hobby. I’m guessing they only reach about 2 inches and are currently in the neighborhood of about an inch, give or take. They are in the order Spirobolida, like Narceus and Chicobolus ivory millipedes. Like other spirobolids, they get pleasantly plump in relation to their length. Coloration has a blackish slate or chalkboard quality to it, although they are semi-gloss.
They feed on their substrate, leaves and decaying wood primarily (see related products below).
See some photos here, on Bugguide.net
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