Introduced (or exotic) species are any taxa living outside their native range. The ecological impact of these species is highly variable although many have altered, at the ecosystem level, biological communities and their native fauna. Millipeds (Diplopoda) are known to have arrived into many nonnative sites via potted plants and compost from greenhouses. Here, we provide a summary of the introduced millipeds of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas.
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