What kind of TINY Centipede did I find? Stone Centipede?

Kade135

Arachnopeon
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So a few days ago I found a TINY, and I mean TINY Centipede, it's ALMOST 1.5cm long, and as thin as floss. Super tiny. I can't even get a picture of it, but it's definitely a Centipede. I have him in a Small Enclosure, misting it and he's eaten a Pinhead Cricket, but I just want to know more about him. Will he get any bigger? Are Baby Centipedes normally THAT small? Looks ALOT like a Stone Centipede after looking at a bunch of Pictures. Can anyone help?
 

Greenjewls

Arachnobaron
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Many centipedes can be very small. A characteristic of the stone centipede is they are short, proportionally. And usually reddish brown. They won't have as many body segments as other pedes, especially as juveniles.
 
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