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Discussion in 'Myriapods' started by NYAN, Feb 15, 2019.
Scolopendra morsitans (but maybe cingulata):
How much was the paradoxa? Must’ve been a pretty penny.
Scoly, you’ve got so many pedes that are on my list... hardwickei and paradoxa being dream pedes
When I decide to start keeping pedes S. paradoxa will be first on my list no matter what.
$400-$500 for a CB pling from what I hear. I’ll pass, even for wholesale probably.
Ahreed, imo, there are other nice looking blue pedes out there.
But hey, beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder, and it is definitely a beautiful specimen @Scoly !!
Andrew, do know that you've made me jealous to the highest degree with that paradoxa. Hahaha
Let me open the "rare pede war" with: E. rubripes "Kuranda" (I'm out of Australia )
Eupolybothrus sp., a big Italian stone centipede. Lightning fast but pretty docile, I think she will bite me only if i pay her for it.
Loving the pictures here! Those mint legs, wow! Must have some day. This is Mushu my S. Dehanni, new to me. Wish me luck, please, 'cause I'm in love with it.
My female Ethmostigmus trigonopodus niger
S. dehanni, Vietnam locale. Around 7 inches in length, chowing down on an XL locust.
Scolopendra dehaani 'cherry red' pedeling
Mycosis-infected E. Rubripes platycephalus female
Pale-because-nearing-a-molt red giant male (S. Alternans), eating
Scolopendra galapagoensis pedeling
Cool! I have yet to get one of these, they’re definitely next for me!