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H. laoticus
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PostSubject: Starter Centipedes   Starter Centipedes Empty1/27/2010, 12:01 am

hey guys,
recently bought myself an Alipes grandidieri
Any other good starter centipedes?
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PostSubject: Re: Starter Centipedes   Starter Centipedes Empty1/27/2010, 1:33 am

The only ones I would consider "starters" are the ones you find under rocks in your backyard . . . well, maybe not a backyard in Southern California (I'm not in the range of any Scolopendra spp.).

I figure the stone centipedes are good beginners because they're harmless, big enough to observe easily, and seem to be abundant. I don't know enough about Alipes to say how much of a beginner genus it is.

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