5:39pm - pain starts similar to being lightly poked repedidly with a tiny needle.
5:42pm - pain peaks, still very minimal none the less. Swelling started on both envenomation sites as well as minor joint aches in the area.
5:49pm - pain has subsided to less then half of its peak.
5:59pm - very minimal pain remains, still slight joint ach.
6:06pm - right thumb no longer has any pain, just slight ach in the area as well as slight itching. Left still has minimal pain present.
6:13pm - pain all but gone, minor muscle ach is apparent throughout both hands.
6:18pm - minor pain in both pinch sites but only if heavy pressure is applied to the area. Swelling peaks, still very minimal though.
7:00pm - no pain remains at all, minimal uncomfortable feeling of pressure from swelling I presume.
In the 3 days fallowing the envenomations the swollen areas itched a bunch but not intolerable, by the 4th day their was no selling or itching left at all.
My conclusion is that the rewards of interacting with these amazing creatures far out weigh the risks. I'm not telling you all to go hold your centipedes but this species poses little to no threat to anyone, they are reallllll strong though and fast so that should always be considered when handling these centipedes.
This was taken around 6:30pm and never worsened