Advertisement With Azog, my big tiger E. rubripes, becoming more and more docile by the day, I have been thinking about the kind of videos I can film of it in order to take advantage of its temperament. After all, when you've got a pede that you can handle like a pet snake, there's a whole new array of potential video possibilities that would not be possible with a psychotic killing machine (like Azog used to be in the not-so-distant past). I'll probably first upload a straightforward handling video, aiming for better detail and quality than Mastigoproctus' old vids. After that, I'm strongly considering doing a video on centipede anatomy. Naturally, Azog's temperament would allow me to get shots I wouldn't be able to achieve with a non-habituated pede. I plan on covering basically every external feature of a Scolopendrid centipede. Here's a list of what I'm going to feature so far; are there any aspects of anatomy that I'm missing? Paramedian sulci Trunk Tergites Cephalic plate Antennae/antennomeres Legs, with particular emphasis on terminals Spiracles Forcipules Are there any other external features I may be missing? Let me know, preferably using the proper scientific terminology. Thanks!