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    Peruvian giant centipede

    Discussion in 'Reptiles, Amphibians and Other Exotic Pets' started by Holdenon5, Feb 3, 2018.

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      I should have the regular Southern black widow near me but after all my searching I've still never found one.
       
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      They like areas with lots of crickets,they r easier to spot at night with a flashlight. Goodluck
       
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      Cool man, I’ve been trying to track some down myself. Some California natives preferably. I’ve found them while fossil digging but didn’t want one, now I want one but can never find them lol whatever.
       
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      Any species in particular?
       
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      Check this out I find these guys when I'm looking for fossils too I just got a colony last week I'm gonna try keeping. They're a fluorescent harvestmen they glow under a blacklight.

      glowing harvestmen pic.jpg

       
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      No not really, I don’t have any at all, had over 40 tarantulas back in the day, now just one lol, so I’ve been wanting a pede real bad just to observe and study.
       
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      That's awesome reminds me of glow in the dark earthworms.
       
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      Aw man this thread is making me itch. Giant centipedes are savages. I see them at shows every now and again. I kept a little scorpion I found for a few weeks, but that's about it.
       
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      Insectsincyberspace has some cheap centipedes if your interested.
       
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      Many beetles are interesting,for example: glorious scarab (native to my region), gold scarab,figeater and ox beetle.
       

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