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Discussion in 'Myriapods' started by NYAN, Feb 15, 2019.
My weirdo Scolopendra heros.
My second little hero
Scolopendra hardwickei feeding on a cricket.
Here are some other pedes
Man, those scutigeromorpha are really beautiful! How big can this species grow? I hear there are truly giant members to this group..
Scolopendra dehaani ''cherry red''
The bigges one I had, had an 9cm body
Hope one day I get them again... I had a couple, but about half a year after successful mating, one of them died and a few weeks later the other. I had stored the substrate but unfortunately I never had baby pedes...
Another one of my favorites (this is an unprocessed photo, no color post-processing )
Scolopendra spec. ''tanzania neon leg''
Damn! A 9cm sounds huge..
That second pede is a Scolopendra mirabilis, you’re very lucky to have one as they’ve become very rare... do you have a source for them? Haha
How did you sex/pair the Thereupoda? We've got some pretty cool scutigeromorphs in Australia too, and I'd love to get them established in the hobby.
Everybody calls this species Scolopendra mirabilis I think this is misinformation. From what I know it's not Scolopendra mirabilis. It's still an unknown spiecies, so Scolopendra spec. 'tanzania neon leg' would be better .
S polymorpha Animas Valley,NM Known as a “Rusty Morph”
Scolopendra sp. White legs
Scolopendra heros castaneiceps pling that I owned a year ago:
Ethmostigmus rubripes rubripes “Borneo” adult female
I own 3 jewels.
The real S. subspinipes:
Rysida sp. ‘violet’