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The spirobolid milliped Narceus americanus annularis Rafmesque 1820 is common and widespread throughout the eastern United States and Canada (Keeton 1960, Shelley 1988, Hoffman 1990). It has previously been recorded \ from Wisconsin. Cahn (1915) reported it from the Wingra Springs region in \ central Dane County, and Keeton (1960) reported it from Clark and Sauk Counties.

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