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Image of a giant red-headed centipede.

Giant Red-Headed Centipede

Scolopendra heros
The bright colors of this centipede have a message for you: Handle with great care! It’s of the few centipedes in our state capable of inflicting a painful, venomous bite.

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Image of house centipede

House Centipede

House centipede.

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Image of house centipede

House Centipedes

There are several species of house centipedes in the world.
Exceedingly fast, with a hundred wiggly legs! House centipedes seem that way. We usually see them in houses, where they prey on all the other insects and spiders you don't want around.

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Soil Centipedes

There are many species of soil centipedes in our state.
Soil centipedes are abundant, common and harmless to humans. About all you have to do to find them is lift up stones and logs!

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Table Bc02: Aquatic Invertebrates Collected in the Crooked River Basin

Aquatic Invertebrates collected in the Crooked River Basin

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Table Bc03: Benthic Invertebrates of the Big Piney Watershed

Benthic invertebrates of the Big Piney watershed.

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Table Bc07: Benthic Invertebrates of the Current River Watershed

Benthic invertebrates of the Current River Watershed

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Submerged Snails near Arrowhead

Watching the Grass Grow, Really?

Some may think that there isn’t much to see in a wetland during the summer. With spring migration long since passed and several sultry months to go before the activity of fall migration begins, what is there to look at and enjoy in a wetland? It is a good question.

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