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levi
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levi

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PostSubject: scolopendra polymorpha   scolopendra polymorpha Empty1/26/2011, 7:03 am

bought one..any tips on how to take good care of them??
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PostSubject: Re: scolopendra polymorpha   scolopendra polymorpha Empty1/26/2011, 8:18 am

Im kinda thrilled watching her eat..i really want the gigantea but its a bit pricey..but im goin to own one soon..hehe
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PostSubject: Re: scolopendra polymorpha   scolopendra polymorpha Empty1/26/2011, 11:35 am

Just keep em on dry coco fiber and mist about every week or so. They need between 2-3 inches of substrate or more, depending on how big your individual is. One thing that cannot be stressed enough with centipedes is, make sure your cage is SECURE and ESCAPE PROOF. Centipedes are masters at escaping and you certainly don't want one running around your home!

Congrats on taking a leap into the centipede world! I started out with two a few months ago and now I'm at a little over 20!
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PostSubject: Re: scolopendra polymorpha   scolopendra polymorpha Empty1/26/2011, 5:34 pm

Pedes are a bit freaky looking,but they can mesmerize you with their mysterious way,and im definetely having more..hehe
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PostSubject: Re: scolopendra polymorpha   scolopendra polymorpha Empty1/26/2011, 11:15 pm

Pedes for me are @ the top of the list...
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PostSubject: Re: scolopendra polymorpha   scolopendra polymorpha Empty1/27/2011, 9:43 am

The scolopendra gigantea is second to the top..my number 1 on my wish list is still androctonus crassicauda..hehe,they are like super rare to find someone selling here in my country..my only option on having one is to buy outside the country..
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