An indiscriminate gallery for all types of myriapods—this includes the centipedes, millipedes, arthropleurids, pauropods and symphylans. Common characteristics of the Panarthropoda include an elongated body and large numbers of legs -- sometimes as low as ten but up to 750 in real life species. Generally speaking, any arthropod-like species with long bodies and many legs can immediately be classified as myriapods, unless they are obviously caterpillar-like.

Feel free to add your own made up species to this page and other related ones as well.

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