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 Which one?

Is there any species of centipede that isnít going to kill you with its venom,and that doesnít get too big? Also could anybody give me a price range of your adverage pede?



10/07/07  11:52am

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  Message To: Doom4420   In reference to Message Id: 1470329


 Which one?

Is anyone there? I know this forum is a bit dead but please someone answer.



10/08/07  07:43am

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  Message To: Doom4420   In reference to Message Id: 1471218


 Which one?

This is pathetic!



10/14/07  08:15pm

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  Message To: Doom4420   In reference to Message Id: 1478502


 Which one?

Hi Doom,

This forum is pretty dead, Iím finding out too. All centipedes have a harmful sting, but some are more potent than others. A smaller centipede Iíd recommend is the Egyptian Emerald Centipede (Scolopendra morsitans). Iím not very familiar with them, but theyíre gorgeous, and donít get very big. Hope this helps!



12/23/07  12:45am

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  Message To: Doom4420   In reference to Message Id: 1470329


 Which one?

sorry, i don’t come to this forum very often
http://www.geocities.com/blight_child/centis/cfaq.html#beginner
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egyptian emerald is a good first pede, for sure



01/23/08  05:10pm

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  Message To: Cacoseraph   In reference to Message Id: 1591245


 Which one?

its up to you but centipedes are not as enjoyable as millipedes . millipedes your can handle and sometimes relese a liquid but they are easy to care for.



02/24/08  06:30am


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