- Apr 22, 2016
Hello, this is my first centipede so I was trying to understand why he has been under ground for over a month? anyone know?
Maybe your centipede is a "she", and pregnant as F-Word, like happened to me :-sHello, this is my first centipede so I was trying to understand why he has been under ground for over a month? anyone know?
Mark my words: unlike for T's, only very few in the hobby trade are able to sex centipedes. Centipedes doesn't sell nor are "most wanted" (sadly) like Theraphosidae, and 95% (and I'm kind now) are WC, not CB. Therefore a pregnant she? Hell, it happens ;-)hmm, interesting, yeah the last thing i wanted to do was dig it up. I am not sure its a he.
I hate that... here for instance Theraphosidae are a sort of "Al Capone", and they own the site: at the voice Myriapods, notably, you can find more about millipedes than scolopendra/s. It's a shame, centipedes are the ultimate badass... OW T's are brats crying for a stolen candy, if compared. Bah :-sI know. And I failed...twice.
It's a pity centipedes seem comparatively unpopular. They're absolutely mesmerising to watch. Meanwhile, the only two tarantulas I ever kept were a combination of pet rocks and pet holes. Oh, and pedes are more intelligent. But the, you should see the hate that centipedes have to endure, especially when they win those bug fights.
Yes. No. Depends.still no sign of him/her... should I be worried?
So, let's say a S.subspinipes, like the one I have. Well, no matter what others can say, those are class A pet holes if given the opportunity, especially if you offer them, aside for inches of substrate, a lot of hiding places (fake leaves, cork bark, rocks... everything).Vietnamese