I checked that b4 and I thot abt it but its rlly small. maybe a baby? ill try to get its lengthMaybe Thyropygus Spirostreptida? http://tidechaser.blogspot.com/2013/06/millipedes-diplopoda-singapore.html
also I looked at the photos abt the spirobolida. it does look like it. in fact, it looks exactly like the pede in the pic only that the legs are white
Unfortunately, I cannot find any information on Spirobolida millipedes in your area beyond Trigoniulus corallinus, which has spread around the world. But as you know, its legs are red.I just checked the pedes face and it does have the slit on its face
Most likely, it's just frass, but some Spirobolida millipedes do encapsulate their eggs and I do not know whether or not T. corallinus is one of them. Many millipedes do like to adhere their eggs to a piece of wood or the like, so I would not throw it out but wait and see.Btw anyone knows wut t corallinus eggs look like? cause my hollow piece of wood has lots of small round black thingies. could it be eggs? or just poo?
I'm glad to hear they're all doing well! I've since read that Trigoniulus corallinus encapsulate their eggs -- all Spirobolida do -- so they may look similar to frass but usually a bit larger and lighter in color. I'd keep the wood for a while in any case just to be sure and the millipedes probably enjoy it.No worries. Thks for trying Yeah I wont throw the wood out. Ill just wait, maybe if they are eggs they will hatch. In fact ive seen my pedes mating so there is a high chance they are eggs, but ill wait anyways. As for the unidentified pede, ill just keep it with my scarlets as I found them in the same area and it has been doing fine so far. If it grows into something ill share itcheers!
No need to apologize! I'm still very much learning myself and am happy if I can help!also, only spirobolida millipedes have that slit on their face? srry rrly inexperienced about pede keeping.