Unknown specie and genera. Could be Epiperipatus spp, even a new specie. In analysis.
The biggest specie described in the World , publish in 2010.
This observation was made with Brian Kubicki, Federico Granados, Cristian Herrera and Allan Solano.
The velvet worms (Onychophora — literally "claw bearers", also known as Protracheata) are a minor ecdysozoan phylum with ~180 species. These obscurely segmented organisms have tiny eyes, antennae, multiple pairs of legs and slime glands. They have variously been compared to worms with legs, caterpillars and slugs. Most common in tropical regions of the Southern Hemisphere, they prey on smaller animals such as insects, which they catch by squirting an adhesive mucus. In modern zoology, they are