There's just no more room... Sigh...
But damn proud of my collection!
Thanks to everyone that's helped me along the way! You all know who
Ever since I got back from my research trip to the Peruvian cloud forests, I've became interested in centipedes. On two occasions while out looking for
Found in Michigan. About 3/4 cm in length. Can anyone narrow down to genus?
EDIT: IF I AM CORRECT,
Hey all, I'm planning on making an order soon and someone I buy from regularly has Theraphosinae sp. Honduras available - I'm eager and willing to buy
I'm tempted to add one of these to an order I'm planning on making soon, but there's not much out there on these guys. The only solid info I've been able
I've been getting a light colored one in around 1 out of 20-30 over the years. I just never took the time to hook two of them up. I just took the time
crickets can do a lot of damage too. Easy fix for either feeder... crush the head. Leaves them alive for about 24 hours yet they can't burrow in the case
I've never seen that name before. It seems you have combined Cyriopagopus sp. 'Sumatran Tiger' and Cyriopagopus sp. 'Sulwesi Black' Both are awesome
Thanks Tom, the added substrate and moss is a nice touch.
The female double clutched over the weekend and the first sac hatched last night.
Here is my only centipede as of right now. Its a scolopendra polymorpha (tiger centipede) about 5 inches. The picture doesnt do its colors justice it
It is certainly a possibility