- Jul 23, 2016
I have about 30 Ivory millipedes in an enclosure. There are lots of different shades and some are pretty contrasting. I have some whose ivory stripes are a very bright white. I also have some whose ivory areas are pinkish. This photo shows one who has the regular ivory and black stripes and a red flush between stripes as well. Is it normal to have varied colors between molts or should I isolate them and see if it passes to offspring? It is a bright cherry red and consistent between stripes. There is a young male who also has a flush of cherry. Thanks in advance for your thoughts.