Advertisement Hi guys, early this morning while collecting some rotten wood and leaf litter for my millies, I caught this juvenile(like a teenager) centipede. A friend of mine ID - Scolopendra Subsnipipes, in which he told me it will be likely get bigger as it grows(I'm not sure if he's just fooling me around)(Not familiar with species for centipedes) Or maybe it was just a native-common centipede. by the way the color of the body is red-maroon and the legs are yellow. I can't take a nice pic because it's so fast and it will just stay if it is under it's cover log which I can't take a peek(maybe its not yet familiar with its new environment because it was caught in the wild, not sure)(but will try again). I want it to set it free but the other side of me wants to try it out so I kept it in a small container for the meantime. I own some millipedes so substrate and enclosure is not a problem. I really want to expand(millipedes and centipedes collection) and planning to own more centipede in the future but the problem is I don't have a food source. Maybe I need to start my own roach colony. I did some research, just basic. Want to ask if they eat any insects as long as the centipede is bigger than the insect? how many times do I feed it? like once every 3 days or? well... its really hard to catch some crickets or roach or other small insects to feed it around here(they dont sell crickets/roaches/earthworms to feed in our pet stores). maybe some superworms will do? or catching some different sizes of beetle larva... thanks for reading. any suggestions/ideas/advice will be much appreciated.