Not sure how to get to species. On BG rosea and producta look pretty much the same to me.
Polyxenida. Under the bark of a huge Eucalyptus tree. Els Poblets, Alicante, Spain. First time I saw these guys. I'd seen pictures, so I knew immediately what they were. But I did not realize how tiny they are.
Saw several of these crawling over rocks among deep leaf litter on top of mountain ridge.
Millipede and tiger slug observed under the wooden disc.
This species of millipede was found under many of our discs at the Hunua Quarry.
Thin, and only about 1" long. Brown on top and yellow/gold below. Dark band just behind pale head.
Making poo balls. Alternate photo shows another one with a scorpion buddy. Both under rotting oak logs.
Millipedes are myriapods of the class Diplopoda that have two pairs of legs on most body segments. Each double-legged segment is a result of two single segments fused together as one (the name "Diplopoda" comes from the Greek words διπλοῦς (diplous), "double" and ποδός (podos), "foot"). Most millipedes have very elongated cylindrical or flattened bodies with more than 20 segments, while pill millipedes are shorter and can roll into a ball, like a pillbug.