S. heros castaneiceps x S. heros arizonensis?

Xingyu

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Has anyone ever found the offsprings of S. heros castaneiceps and S. heros arizonensis? What I mean is that the two different subspecies/morph breed with each other. Or bottom text I just want to see pictures of different “hybrids” of scolopendra heros.
 

Xingyu

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I've yet to even see evidence that this is possible.
It actually is, I’ve seen it, just not specifically the offsprings of castaneiceps and arizonensis
 

NYAN

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They are taxonomically the same species, and can breed with each other as a result. Red head and Sonoran varieties don’t really overlap in the wild, although banded, blotched, and black tailed varieties do. There is documentation of captive specimens being able to reproduce.
 
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