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Synonyms for millipede

any of numerous herbivorous nonpoisonous arthropods having a cylindrical body of 20 to 100 or more segments most with two pairs of legs

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Apheloria polychroma is a thumb-sized millipede which was discovered and named by Paul Marek, an assistant professor at Virginia Tech.
Millipede is a privately-held company that has developed the IRIS Transcatheter Annuloplasty Ring System for the treatment of severe mitral regurgitation.
Under the terms of the agreements, Boston Scientific has purchased a portion of the outstanding shares of Millipede along with newly issued shares of the company for a total consideration of USD 90m.
The millipede plague that have previously affected the park's neighbouring properties will be stopped with the combination of a physical barrier and biological controls.
Contrary to popular belief, these cool critters have around 270 legs instead of a thousand - as their name The millipedes can be found in the aquarium's 'Face Your Fears' exhibit, where brave guest can also find rats, tarantulas and hissing cockroaches.
Fast-paced and highly stressful, this is a shooting game where you need to shoot a millipede before it reaches and kills you.
A GIANT African millipede and a pig were among a record number of pets rehomed by the Scottish SPCA last year.
To keep up their levels of sales growth, Apple and all the other smart watch manufacturers will be reduced to offering one free giant millipede with every 500 watches sold, as the average millipede has about 250 legs and I doubt that we could get more than two watches on each leg.
That's not to say that Ed Millipede will be sleeping well at night either, mind you.
From beneath a giant inflatable leaf canopy, Slimon, the real giant African snail, and his friend Oozmelda the millipede were joined by other creepy crawlies in a bid to get kids more involved in looking after and learning about insects.
The so-called "blue-chip hacking" list, drawn up during Soca's Operation Millipede, which led to the conviction of four private detectives for fraud last year, was recently subject to a row over transparency after it was handed to MPs on condition the names were not published.
In this study, we focused on the origin and tectonic significance of millipede inclusion trail microstructures preserved within garnet porphyroblasts of typical Barrovian-type schist from the Swat region of the Himalayas in Pakistan.
According to report the millipede named "Illacme Plenipes" has 750 limbs and can be discriminated for gender.