Molecular mechanisms of axon repulsion mediated by UNC-6/Netrin are not well understood. Inhibition of growth cone lamellipodial and filopodial protrusion is critical to repulsive axon guidance. Previous work identified a novel pathway involving Rac GTPases and the cytoskeletal interacting molecule UNC-33/CRMP required for UNC-6/Netrin-mediated inhibition of growth cone protrusion. In other systems, CRMP mediates growth cone collapse in response to semaphorin. Here we demonstrate a novel role of flavoprotein monooxygenases (FMOs) in repulsive axon guidance and inhibition of growth cone protrusion downstream of UNC-6/Netrin signaling and Rac GTPases. In Drosophila and vertebrates, the multidomain MICAL FMO mediates semaphorin-dependent growth cone collapse by direct oxidation and depolymerization of F-actin. The C. elegans genome does not encode a multidomain MICAL-like molecule, and we speculate that the C. elegans FMOs might have an equivalent role downstream of UNC-6/Netrin signaling. Indeed, we show that EHBP-1, similar to the non-FMO portion of MICAL, also controls repulsive axon guidance and growth cone inhibition, suggesting that in C. elegans, the functions of the multidomain MICAL molecule might be distributed across different molecules. In sum, we show conservation of function of molecules involved in semaphorin growth cone collapse with inhibition of growth cone protrusion downstream of UNC-6/Netrin signaling.