Tiger Centipede

Tiger Centipede (Scolopendra polymorpha)
3"- 4", $20 each
This southwestern centipede, is widespread, but still a very nice specimen. Wheat colored to orangish base color, with black banding on each segment. Reach 5" - 6" as adults. Neat "pede"!!

Fire Centipede (Scolopocryptops sexspinosus)
2"+, $6 each
This small species is a bright orangish-red in overall color! Found in woodlands under bark, moss and leaf litter. Easy to keep, resemble Scolopendra, only in a smaller version. Reach 2"+ as adults, real nice looking.


Stone Centipede (Lithobius forficatus)
1/2"- 1"+, $6 each
These stout little centipedes are very fast. Small, but a real neat pede, that devours prey with ease. Has been known to live as long as 5 years! U.S. & Europe.

Puerto Rican Giant Centipede

Puerto Rican Giant Centipede (Scolopendra alternans)
CB 1"+, $20 each
S. alternans is a widespread species of Scolopendra, that varies in color and size within each region. Found throughout the Caribbean, with some overall orange specimens in Florida. Reaching well over 8" and almost an inch wide!! Limited supply, don't let them slip away!!

Vietnamese Giant Centipede

Vietnamese Giant Centipede (Scolopendra subspinipes)
5" - 7", $45 each
These giant centipedes are fantastic looking! Maroon trunk,bright yellow legs,and red antenea and tail section!! This particular batch was fantastic,and not a flawed one in the batch! These are a bit aggressive so always be cautious!The venom of S.subspinipes has been documented as some of the worst centipede venom! Reaching over 10"as adults! Don't miss your chance to own one of these Asian monsters!!

Eastern Bark Centipede (Hemiscolopendra marginata)
2" - 3", $10 each
This small Hemiscolopendra species is greenish blue with yellow legs, and an orangish head and tail. Found in the woodlands of eastern U.S. these only reach 3"+ as adults, but are real nice looking.
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