Advertisement (Chilopoda) The SA giants, hardwickei and mint legs, definitely. As of now, however, I'm more into native European species, or exotic species that can stand low winter temperatures. Unfortunately I live in a region where even the Italian Scolopendra cingulata is a rare find, and the one I have is a CB pling from the Balkan population. I plan on keeping more of them, and maybe S. polymorpha if I find it at shows. Also I want so bad a centipede from the Plutoniumidae family. In certain southern parts of Italy we have Plutonium zwierleini, that is like a cingulata with no eyes. We know something around 50 spottings of this species, and they often are dead specimens, so it is unlikely I will ever find one alive. The really thick and short terminal legs of those centipedes are specialised in manipulating prey and dragging it into their burrows.