Scolopendra ID in California

LeonExotic

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This is the species I want to start with. There's an S. Subspinipes at my local shop but I don't I'm not daring enough for that lol
 

Stugy

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Nice! Is it ok if you say what area (exactly like what trail or something) this is at? I live in Chula Vista and have been hoping to do some hiking around here and grab some bugs lol.
 

Frogparty

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Nice! Is it ok if you say what area (exactly like what trail or something) this is at? I live in Chula Vista and have been hoping to do some hiking around here and grab some bugs lol.
One of the most heavily trafficked trails in the S E county ;) I see a LOT of cool stuff on this trail. Lots of snakes, horned lizards, etc
 

Stugy

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Not so helpful besides it's in SE. xD Is there a specific route to get to the trail? Is there a name?
 

DubiaW

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RTTB

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A blue phase is a wonderful find and there will be swarms of collectors if you give the location it was found. Just saying.
 

LeonExotic

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Is the invert hobby that much of a thing in the US?
Definitely when it comes to tarantulas, but very few people I know branch out to other inverts. It's hard to find much more than a scorpion or a spider, at least in Florida.

I personally keep Roaches, tarantulas, and a small millipede viv (little oxidus gracillus me and my fiance found)
 

Frogparty

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A blue phase is a wonderful find and there will be swarms of collectors if you give the location it was found. Just saying.
Exactly why I'm not saying ;)
Too much cool stuff at this spot for me to hotspot it for collectors
 
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