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Adult P. spinigerus climbing claw over claw [MEDIA]
Paravaejovis spinigerus climbs a skewer using only it's claws
The pitfall to buying Polymorphas is that often what you receive is S. viridis, a smaller, similar species. They reach about 3.5" which is...
Hey, always start practicing with cheap centipedes... It is a little more challenging than what you've had for a few reasons. They are way more...
My pedes love scrambled eggs! And fingers...
No, just the flavor :P
Does look like a hairy. Possibly Hadrurus arizonensis "pallidus" or H. occidentalis. Where are you? Near Anzo Borrego?
C'mon guys, just link my video on these threads. [MEDIA]
Have you watched this? [MEDIA]
First of all, never buy or collect juvenile Hadrurus. They do not molt well in captivity. Second, Hadrurus often gorge themselves so it can be...
She forgot to wipe that's why she's so grumpy
Many (if not most) small "polymorphas" sold on the trade are actually S. viridis. A similar looking centipede that grows to about half the size....
Found this one wandering the desert of central Arizona the other day and tried to get as close as possible with my camera phone, enjoy!
If I had to throw a guess I would say female, because the tail is short and thick (relatively). But if it's very young it may be early for a guess.
Congrats! That's a cool find
Cool colors on that one!
Here's a little bit of video footage from a field trip. I was by myself so I really didn't record much because I was too busy flipping boulders...
I just found this thread. I wanna go! I live in Gold Canyon, AZ