Millipedes in Alpharetta

Have you seen millipedes in or around your Alpharetta home? Millipedes aren’t insects; they belong to a subphylum of arthropods. These invertebrates have a long body consisting of many segments. Each segment has two pairs of legs each. Most Millipedes are herbivores that shy away from light, preferring to live in the soil or under stones and logs. Their main diet consists of decomposing wood and dead leaves, but they will also eat live vegetation when it is essential to their survival. Millipedes vary in size. When they shed their skin, generally referred to as molting, they add new segments and legs.

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