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Discussion in 'Myriapods' started by NYAN, Feb 15, 2019.
What a beauty
Night-vision web cam pic, Mushu (S. dehanni) was having a grand time running laps in his enclosure last night. This is a 10 gallon, is he getting too long for it? He is along the front in this picture. He hunts very well!
My S. polymorpha, moves so darn quick it's hard to get a full body shot in focus.
Ha ha ha ha. That's why in my pics you see the pedes chowing down. Makes life easier.
Definitely easier that way. I’m usually pretty good at not disturbing my pedes when I go to take pictures, which is why most of the pictures I post are of a calm pede, sitting nice and still
As soon as I open their enclosures they start twitching their antennas.
I haven't been able to catch her eating yet, I tend to wait for her to surface of her own accord before I get in there with a lens.
Can we get more pictures of the paradoxa? That's incredible!
The big girl is hardening up.
Orange leg dehaani. I have 3 with this lighter orange color that are males, and 4 with a darker orange that are all females. Coincidence, or maybe some sort of dimorphism?
Female with the deeper orange legs.
My possibly sick dehaani. Note the small black mark on her, this is not an old injury it has seemingly developed overnight. From my understanding of this type of issue it can go one of two ways, the pede will molt and be fine, or it will die. Ahhh centipedes.
Re-edited an old pic.
CBB jade x normal mutilans
These are some great pictures though just wondering anyone got a pictures of Scolopendra subcrustalis?
S. polymorpha female, my only pede..so far
CB 3.5” BL Scolopendra subcrustalis
Mushu is finally out again! I was starting to worry, it has been two weeks I think since I last saw him out from under his dish. I peeked under the water dish once and he waved at me so I put it back down just thankful it was alive. I’ve watched the cam every night hoping to see him and today he was just out munching away on a dubia, he didn’t even hide when we were walking around feeding the Ts. Very relieved.
Mating 'cherry red'
And sperm web