Well, depends by holes & Centipede size i think.Thank you; are there any centipedes that are not as big of holes?
Well, look at that black & somewhat gelato "orange flakes" colour mixed together. Aren't those amazing? :-sI don't mean to sound rude with this, but if it's a pet hole, why do people want to own a Vietnamese centipede?
I have my two because they scare me and I find them interesting. I'm experienced in the habits of scorpions/ts/true spiders but centipedes are a complete mystery to my eyes. Also, I'm used to pet holes as my "first" arachnid pet was a P. imperator pair. They taught me patience and like music, less is more, so when I do see them out and about I appreciate it that much more.I don't mean to sound rude with this, but if it's a pet hole, why do people want to own a Vietnamese centipede?
Well, look at that black & somewhat gelato "orange flakes" colour mixed together. Aren't those amazing? :-s
I have one and i'm happy, even if he/she is able to scare the s-word out of me sometimes. As i've said, IMO 'Baboons' Theraphosidae are 'Brachy', in comparison.
Yeah, i don't like that either, man. Uh, not because i particularly like nor dislike geckos (never had nor i will to buy one, just those aren't my type of animals to care for) but because i don't like useless sufference, so no mouse/geckos etc from me i feed my inverts (always did) crickets, B.dubia, worms etc :-sI actually can't watch that specific video. I love geckos.
Ah ah, sorry if i laugh, no 'fence man but your "vet visits" cracked me up. Priceless!Thank you; I know this is not related to the title of the post, but I have two other questions. For one, how do you transport the centipede (like for routine enclosure cleaning, rehousing, and vet visits)? Second, how do you maintain soil humidity when you're away from home for a while? My idea for that is keeping a large water bowl in the terrarium and situating a dripper above it to make the bowl overflow.
Z. is extremely necessary.@shining , you forgot two steps.
z. Lock your pets and hysterically inclined humans in another room, or better, outside the house.
zz. Confront the paradox. You need a steady hand. No cups of coffee or Jolt colas. But you probably would benefit from a couple of espressos and a half dozen Jolts for alacrity WHEN it cuts loose, manages to climb out of the tub and heads straight at your legs.
Spiders be damned. One out wandering may try to give you a nip if you grab it. On the other paw, these truckers seem to want nothing better than to take your legs off at the knees. I was watching one yesterday. What is with this attitude? The exoskeletal equivalent of a psycho axe murderer on a rampage.
Yes, wish to ask you to share with us something you witnessed and know about those Asian Centipedes. For instance, locals are on that sense, a bit "scared", or just like when it comes to 'Haplos', even little childrens put those in their pockets, showing that to tourists like nothing?I was watching one yesterday. What is with this attitude? The exoskeletal equivalent of a psycho axe murderer on a rampage.
This guy I IDed as a Ethmostigmus rubripes, a little unusual here but not that rare. More often I see the Scolopendra.Yes, wish to ask you to share with us something you witnessed and know about those Asian Centipedes.