Glowing millipede genitalia give scientists a leg up in the lab

a flourescently glowing millipede

Megapixels: We've got a handy new imaging technique for defining millipede species.

Millipedes’ exoskeletons glow fluorescent shades of green, yellow, blue, and pink under ultraviolet lights––and so do their genitalia. A new UV imaging method, described…
via Popular Science ""


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