What is this pede

Jack68125

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Could it be the Florida local of Scolopendra alternans aka (s. longipes) found in Florida. Near the glades
 

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Staehilomyces

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Can't be sure. Could you get a shot of the head? Then I daresay we will be able to confirm if it is a Scolopendra or not; if it is, then I presume it is indeed a S. longipes.
 

kevinlowl

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Check out those long terminals. How big is it? If it's like 3 inches then probably adult Rhysida longipes. Poor guy's missing a lotta legs...
 

Jack68125

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Check out those long terminals. How big is it? If it's like 3 inches then probably adult Rhysida longipes. Poor guy's missing a lotta legs...
Can't be sure. Could you get a shot of the head? Then I daresay we will be able to confirm if it is a Scolopendra or not; if it is, then I presume it is indeed a S. longipes.
My dude let it go. I don't live in Florida but he's looking for me. As Idc what kinds of pedes I get. I just want some ya know!! Haha sorry but thank you guys
 

Lucanus95

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Rhysida longipes. It's an invasive species in FL.
S. longipes are more maroon/light mahogany in color.
 
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