Myriapoda is an invertebrate subphylum with four distinct classes: chilopoda, diplopoda, pauropoda, and symphyla. Myriapods work as decomposers. They enrich soil and, if carnivorous, regulate insect populations. We aim to assess Westchester County's myriapod biodiversity and generate a list of species. DNA barcoding, iNaturalist, and paper field guides will be used in identifying myriapod species. We intend to provide Westchester County with an in-depth species list of myriapods to aid in the understanding of the biodiversity in Westchester county.