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Do your best to leave her be. She knows what she’s doing
Thanks! The white legs has really grown on me. I want a few more heros as well but the gf is at her limit with six 5”+ pedes in the guest room
Bill, i used your sphag bucket trick out along a dried creek where i take students to find inverts. Over 4 days we had 5 polymorpha and two A...
I got lucky being so new, i was able to get a white legs and quite a few heros colorforms.
S. hardwickei and the black galap or “black gigantea”...
They are so fun to watch
Scoly, you’ve got so many pedes that are on my list... hardwickei and paradoxa being dream pedes
Great looking Pedes. A galap is next on my list
The terminals make me think Otostigmus. I’m sure someone with more knowledge will chime in
Yes, large Scolopendra are found in the Caribbean. That huge famous pede is indeed famously huge.
@EtienneN i think you nailed it... one for the classroom, one for me!
Thanks! I’ll look into all those!
We have assassins and centipedes and scorpions in the class, these are not to be handled. For handling we have...
I spend most of time in the myriapod section. Im a teacher at a private school and I get to keep various inverts in my class. The kids...
so there’s an insect festival coming up in my county.
I was asked to attend as an educator, so I’ll be getting a booth.
Wondering if there are any...
Ended up with a fallen oak at the school i work at. Soaked some bark in hot water and in the oven now at 200f
Either way, the fan is running and keeping her dry.
The enclosure definitely looks on the dry side so hoping it’s mechanical.
S heros heros blotched female. One corner is kept moist by misting twice a week. I checked if there is any pooling of water or visible...
Adding a link to the confirmed death would be useful.
Great care sheet
I’m going out if town for a week in late June. It’s oretty dry where i live. Looking for a way to keep the moisture up for my piecoflava
We these safe for pedes as a way to help keep substrate moist?