He Who Rules
- Jul 16, 2002
I've never seen a pic of a S. Heros Heros before, could you post one? Also, are there any internet dealers that have any that you know of?Originally posted by mrderanged
it's the other two (arizonesis and heros) that are uncommon.
It's actually called "Blue-tailed Centipede" or "Texas Blue-tail" sometimes... the onyl place I know of that even has one is Glades Herp. I checked their list a few days ago and they had one left.Originally posted by AlbinoDragon829
I've never seen a pic of a S. Heros Heros before, could you post one? Also, are there any internet dealers that have any that you know of?
Believe it or not, "blue-tail" is what some of the vendors that have them call them... I know for a fact that Glades labelled them "Blue-Tailed Centipede" with a scientific name of S. h. heros, and I've seen the same nomenclature from a couple of other vendors as well, whose names escape me at the moment. I think it has to do with the fact that the heros group tends to have slightly bluish black coloring instead of true black in a lot of specimens, so they appear a little bluish in the light.Originally posted by mrderanged
Last I heard, they were called blacktailed, not blue. You can find pics in the centipedes gallery AD