S. subspinipes dehaani

Henry Kane

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Here it is after a nice molt and a fuzzy.
Notice the candy coloring on the legs, head and antenna.



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... Here's a shot with my hand in there to show scale.
 

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HOLY that beast is massive. Where do you get Myriopods. I know absolutely nothing about them and just looking at all your pictures makes me wanna get one or two real bad.
 

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Originally posted by JacenBeers
HOLY that beast is massive.
I guess you haven't seen or heard of Peruvian centipedes then.

But, yes, there are plenty of scolopendra (especially subspinipes and ssp. of subspinipes) that get very big.
 

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Centipedes are awesome. You can try Chris in Canada he might have some.
 

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Yeah i think I will try Chris. He is sending me a Trindad Cheveron spider pretty qucik here anyways. I think that the Biology department of the university I go to breeds them sometimes. i am gonna go talk to them.
 

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Now that is definately one I am going to order at tax time. He is quite a looker!!!! Lucky you, real sharp.
 

Henry Kane

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Originally posted by JacenBeers
HOLY that beast is massive. Where do you get Myriopods. I know absolutely nothing about them and just looking at all your pictures makes me wanna get one or two real bad.
They're pretty addictive, at least they are for me. Do you have a pretty good selection of pedes available there?

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