a few of my collection

DELV55

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Pic #1 = Hug of death

Interspecies relationship FAILED

Man the ones with orange and black stripes, major drool.
 

ophiophagus

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Awesome collection I'm VERY jealous of the hardwickei. Which species is it below the first hardwickei pic?
 

chyguy

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ophiophagus the one below the hardwicki is a scolopendra sub. sub. from hawaii
and DEVIL55 lol just got that one and 3 others just like:D thanks cheyenne
 

Canth

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Nice collection :) Which of those did you get from Barney?
I'm jealous of the S. hardwickei :)
 

chyguy

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Canth the first one is from hatari thanks cheyenne
 

KyuZo

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very nice!

altho the sand might be a bit gritty for them when they eat?

all of mine are on eco earth :)
 

zonbonzovi

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That banded heros has bands extending into the pleurites. Is that typical? Great collection, Cheyenne.
 

EMWhite

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That banded heros has bands extending into the pleurites. Is that typical? Great collection, Cheyenne.
That's a rarer form of S. heros arizonensis. It's been speculated that it may be a separate subspecies of heros, but for now it's considered the "banded morph" of arizonensis. They have a more restricted range in Arizona than the standard un-banded arizonensis, and are rarely collected for the hobby. Hard to find, but gorgeous.


Evan
 

Galapoheros

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That banded heros has bands extending into the pleurites. Is that typical? Great collection, Cheyenne.
Yeah that's typical with the banded arizonensis, going by the ones I've seen anyway. Have you seen a pic where it doesn't extend lower?, I'd like to see a pic if you know of one and not too much trouble.
 

micheldied

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The hardwickei look sweet. :D
And everything else as well!
I'm really starting to dig heros now...
 

chyguy

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here is a pic of one of the non banded heros i used to have i sold it years ago to someone on the boards just cant remember who . later cheyenne
 

SAn

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Need some of those arizonensis to mate mine.. Or heros in general.. Poor thing's a shame to go without having sex :8o
 

zonbonzovi

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Yeah that's typical with the banded arizonensis, going by the ones I've seen anyway. Have you seen a pic where it doesn't extend lower?, I'd like to see a pic if you know of one and not too much trouble.
Probably just my faulty memory or different picture angle;)
 
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