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[ATTACH] Yes that is an Ethmostigmus trigonopodus. This appears to be the “yellow legs” morph. I have a 1.3 group of them.
Scolopendra longipes male
Oh I’m not sure now actually haha! I think “soil centipede” usually refers to Geophilomorphs & “stone centipede” usually refers to...
What species do you keep? I tried my hand at the local Strigamia sp., and they did not fair well :(
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Ethmostigmus trigonopodus “yellow leg” adult female
Mold in millipede enclosures is completely normal and natural. In fact, if anything, it will be a help to your millipedes. Leave it unless it...
It depends on the species in question as far as I know. What species are you breeding?
Yup that reminds me of mold more than eggs. :)
Scolopendra subcrustalis pling
Some photos from today’s meeting :-)
(I realize the risks involved with handling tarantulas, but I have honestly found...
Scolopendra mutilans “jade morph” x “normal morph”
The jade morph is a female, the normal morph is a male. They were paired and the...
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Ethmostigmus trigonopodus “orange legs” male
Thank you! You could email me at firstname.lastname@example.org :)
The general response from the community has been insanely positive & more than I...
Best of luck with your sp. “Thailand”!
I am the founder & president of a Bug Club at the school I attend. Our purpose is to do away with the negative stigma around bugs and to replace...
Not the best photo, but I didn’t want to disturb her tooooo much.
Specimen #3 is on eggs!!
I paired #3 with #4 on 2/20/19 I believe. That’s a quick gestation period!