- Jul 8, 2011
Oops I misread your original comment, I somehow thought you said they were sold as subspinipes or something lolI remember it being more of an inference and what I read was probably from the 80s or 90s. It said something like, "....there is a large subspinipes from Dominican...." So I assumed the document was referring to the Hispaniola centipede. This would have been when there was probably no or little hobby interest in the diddly. It was a very short mentioning of it, I remember it being in a pdf somewhere. I bet it was something mentioned way too soon, without taking a really good look at the pede. They may have noticed no ring furrow so, maybe they just made a guess there.