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Cryptops hortensis - Centipede (Chilopoda - Scolopendromorpha)
 
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Centopéia - quilópode - Common Cryptops - Centipede Cryptops hortensis - Scolopendra hortensis - Cryptops aenariensis (Chilopoda - Scolopendromorpha - Cryptopidae) Biodiversidade, Biodiversity, Nature videos, Vídeos de Natureza, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil Cryptopidae is a family of Scolopendromorph centipedes. Cryptopids are blind (lacking ocelli) and possess 21 pairs of legs as adults Cephalic plate ventral http://www.scolopendra.info/anatomy/fig_3_coxosternum.jpg 1st maxilla (a) Centipedes use the first maxilla and teeth on coxosternum for chewing and shaping prey. 2nd maxilla (b) Use for pre-shaping food and cleaning locomotory legs and antennomeres (see: dorsal brush). dorsal brush (c) These brushes are located on the last telopodites (tarsi) of second maxillae and are used like a "brush" for cleaning locomotory legs and antennomeres. original videos filmings, 3D modelings, arts animations created and directed by Diego da Cruz Pereira © DiegoDCvids
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Centipede (Chilopoda) - Cryptops hortensis - Scolopendromorpha Florianópolis
 
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Centopéia (quilópode) - Centipede Cryptops hortensis (Chilopoda) Natureza, Vídeos de Natureza, Nature, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil The Scolopendromorpha comprise 21 or more segments with the same number of paired legs. Their antennae have 17 or more segments. Their eyes have at least 4 facets on each side. The order comprises the three families Cryptopidae, Scolopendridae and Scolopocryptopidae. Playlist: Myriapoda https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJc7NDSasXA8KSDpFnYvoGAyrmqSKMRyI É com o veneno das suas picadas que a centopeia mata as suas presas, para depois se alimentar delas.Todas as centopeias são carnívoras original videos filmings, 3D modelings, arts animations created and directed by Diego da Cruz Pereira © DiegoDCvids
Views: 2822 DiegoDCvids
Orange Cryptops hortensis centipedes in my garden
 
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'living below soil level and often found when soil is dug. They have slender, yellowish-brown bodies ,(more orange I think!), up to 6cm long, adapted for moving through soil where they hunt for small insects. If disturbed they writhe in a snake-like manner.'
Views: 325 Kia Clarke
Naturbeobachtung Skolopender(Cryptops hortensis(Donovan 1810))
 
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Noch lässt sich "Natur" beobachten - wie lange wohl noch? Dem Skolopender (Cryptops hortensis) fehlen Augen. Er ist gelbrot bis rotbraun gefärbt. Häufig kommt er in Laubwäldern am Boden unter Steinen oder Holzstücken vor. In Mitteleuropa ist er weit verbreitet und meist nicht selten. Heiko Bellmann "Kosmos-Atlas Spinnentiere Europas 2.Auflage 2001; Franckh-Kosmos Verlags-GmbH&Co Stuttgart; S. 280 Mitte; ISBN 3-440-09071-X
Cryptops - Margfætla - Skordýr - Pöddur
 
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Common Cryptops – Cryptops hortensis and Woodlice in the garden in the rain... The species is 20–30 millimetres (0.79–1.18 in) long and 1 millimetre (0.039 in) wide. It is pale brown coloured with 21 pairs of legs. The species can be found in gardens and woodland, and under stones and logs. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptops_hortensis Common Cryptops – Cryptops hortensis. This centipede has no eyes and is completely blind. See more: http://www.lightscapes.info/onewithnature/natures-garden/centipedes-millipedes/common-cryptops-cryptops-hortensis/ Centipedes, millipedes and woodlice. See more: http://www.gardensafari.nl/english/centipedes.htm Centipedes are often confused with Millipedes as both have many pairs of legs and commonly both found in gardens. Centipede has 15, 21, or between 35 and 101 pairs of legs - but always an odd numbers of pairs. Lithobius variegatus is an exceptional centipede and a burrowing and active predator of soil animals - live a few centimetres deeper down in the soil and their slender shape allowing them to burrow, - Body shiny, flattened and orange briwn - 30 mm long - During the day they hide in the soil and can be found in the compost heaps or under stones and logs or in other dark places emerging at night to feed on wide range of small insects. This centipede which is widespread in garden soils in England - have one pair of legs per segmentare and the first pair of a centipedes legs is modified into poison injecting fangs that curve forward in front of the mouth and seize prey. They are skillful runners, are carnivores and use poison to paralyze prey. They defend themselves with cemicals - cyanide - and you can somtimes smell the whiff of almonds if you had one in a small pot. They hunt for insects, snails and worms and nibble on roots and can cause damage to the plants. Little is known about the breeding habits but Lithobius lay eggs singly in the surface layers of the soil. Young centipedes resemble the adults and gradually increase in size until they are fully mature. This may take 2-3 years and they live for several years. Lithobius are somtimes mistaken for soil pests known as Wireworms (beetle larvae with 3 pairs of legs towards the head. Woodlice breath through lungs on their hind legs. These lungs must always be kept moist, otherwise they don't work. Woodlice is thus always found in rather damp conditions. Long hot summers may kill many of them. Woodlice make up a rather uniform group of small animals. The smallest is around 0.5 centimeters. The biggest species don't grow over 2 centimeters. The best way to find woodlice is in damp places, such as old cellars, or under rocks or logs. It is common to find several species together. Grálodda - Viðarlús - Oniscus asellus er ein algengasta viðalúsin eða Gráloddan í Englandi. Hún verður um 14 mm að lengd með liðskiptan líkama enda er hún af krabbaætt. Þær lifa í raka og skugga og er helst að finna undir steinum og föllnum rotnandi trjám. Helsta fæðan þerra eru rotnandi jurtaleifum og fara á stjá á nóttunni en fela sig á daginn fyrir sólinni á rökum stöðum. Önnur Ensk tegund er Knattlodda - Pill Woodlouse - Armadillidium vulgare - sem verður 11 mm að lengd og er auðþekkjanleg af því að hún er eina tegundin sem rúllar sér saman í kúlu ef hún verður fyrir ónæði eða verður hrædd. http://www.ni.is/poddur/hus/poddur/nr/1084 Þúsundfætlan er liðfætla sem lifir í jarðveginum og er helst að finna undir steinum og trjádrumbum. Þessi tegund þúsundfætlu er rándýr og notar eitrið - cyanide - eða blásýru til að lama bráð sína. Blásýra angar af möndlulykt og ef þúsundfætla er sett í lokað box í smá tíma má finna veikan möndlu angan. Þær lifa helst á alskonar skordýrum , sniglum og ormum en leggjast einnig á plönturætur og geta valdið nokkrum skemmdum ef mikið er af þeim. Þær hafa fundist á 35. sm dýpi við að naga rætur. http://www.ni.is/poddur/flokkun/krabbadyr/ http://www.gardensafari.nl/english/centipedes.htm http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=7LoH0i8qK9IC&pg=PA49&lpg=PA49&dq=Millipede+Haplophilus&source=bl&ots=HEBZPyiNBO&sig=2IhcBx844Hy-nHvcRHORVXcNERc&hl=en&sa=X&ei=mwlVT9DPKseK0AXcwfH7Cw&sqi=2&ved=0CCAQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Millipede%20Haplophilus&f=false Centipede - Cryptops - Margfætla.
Views: 595 Hellen Linda Drake
Cryptops - Centipede - Margfætla - Skordýr undir steinum - Pöddur - Fjölfætla
 
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Common Cryptops – Cryptops hortensis - Margfætlur eru flokkur liðdýra af undirfylkingu fjölfætla. Einkenni margfætla er eitt par fóta á líkamshluta auk eitraða klóa fremst á líkamanum enda eru öll dýr í flokknum rándýr sem er óalgengt. Margfætlur eru yfirleitt grábrúnar með brún og rauð litbrigði, tegundir sem lifa í hellum eða neðanjarðar skortir oft litarefni og tegundir af scolopendromorphaættbálknum sem lifa í hitabeltinu eru oft með áberanti varnarliti. Lesa meira: https://is.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margf%C3%A6tlur The species is 20–30 millimetres (0.79–1.18 in) long and 1 millimetre (0.039 in) wide. It is pale brown coloured with 21 pairs of legs. The species can be found in gardens and woodland, and under stones and logs. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptop... Common Cryptops – Cryptops hortensis. This centipede has no eyes and is completely blind. See more: http://www.lightscapes.info/onewithna... Centipedes, millipedes and woodlice. Cryptops hortensis Cryptops hortensis is similar to the Garden Centipede, but it is much longer. The Garden Centipede has 15 pairs of legs, this species possesses 21 pairs. However it has no eyes. The colour of both species is identical and they are both fast runners. Cryptops hortensis belongs to a Centipede family which also is comprised of the biggest species, such as Scolopendra gigantea, a fierce creature reaching some 12", which eats mice, small birds and toads. Cryptops hortensis, the one we find in our garden however never gets any longer than some 1.1". After hatching the young are taken care of by their mom for some time. These young are born with all their feet. The Garden Centipede starts off with less legs than the 15 it finally gets, but adds a pair with every skin change. Even though the species below does appear in woodlands, it is mostly found in gardens. It is very common in England and Wales, but much scarcer in Scotland. See more: http://www.gardensafari.nl/english/ce... Centipedes are often confused with Millipedes as both have many pairs of legs and commonly both found in gardens. Centipede has 15, 21, or between 35 and 101 pairs of legs - but always an odd numbers of pairs. Lithobius variegatus is an exceptional centipede and a burrowing and active predator of soil animals - live a few centimetres deeper down in the soil and their slender shape allowing them to burrow, - Body shiny, flattened and orange briwn - 30 mm long - During the day they hide in the soil and can be found in the compost heaps or under stones and logs or in other dark places emerging at night to feed on wide range of small insects. This centipede which is widespread in garden soils in England - have one pair of legs per segmentare and the first pair of a centipedes legs is modified into poison injecting fangs that curve forward in front of the mouth and seize prey. They are skillful runners, are carnivores and use poison to paralyze prey. They defend themselves with cemicals - cyanide - and you can somtimes smell the whiff of almonds if you had one in a small pot. They hunt for insects, snails and worms and nibble on roots and can cause damage to the plants. Little is known about the breeding habits but Lithobius lay eggs singly in the surface layers of the soil. Young centipedes resemble the adults and gradually increase in size until they are fully mature. This may take 2-3 years and they live for several years. Lithobius are somtimes mistaken for soil pests known as Wireworms (beetle larvae with 3 pairs of legs towards the head.
Views: 198 Hellen Linda Drake
centipede - CHILOPODA
 
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track 7 Chilopoda (2019) [email protected] (c) MonOcular 2019 [email protected]
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Centipedes in the soil
 
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I found centipedes in one pot. I guess they help to control the root mealybugs that devastated my garden this year!
Views: 501 Iky C
CHARACTERISTIC OF CHILOPODA AND DIPLOPODA
 
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Class chilopoda and Diplopoda are worm like creatures , It come under Phylum Arthropoda. Chilopoda has poison glands whose paralysing the pray on which it feeds while Diplopoda feed on decaying vegetable and may attack live plants in mist soil. This vidio will help you to easy preparation for ASRB NET , ARS, JRF, SRF, PhD. All the important point with image show you to make understand for the Agricultural Entomology competitive exam.
Views: 254 Victoria Naorem
Scolopendra in the Spotlight
 
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Like on a theater stage, this fascinating arthropod is lighted inside its dark environment. That way, a high contrast emphasizes in a very close macro view all details of this beautiful animal. The Scolopendromorpha represent a monophyletic group (= clade) within the centipedes. As predatory myriapods, the scolopenders are hunting during the night. Their eyes therefore were reduced into small groups single ocelli. Their very movable antennae are often used to attract other arthropods and also small vertebrates. Finally, Scolopendra overwhelms its prey, which it kills due to a bite with a specific prey-catching organ. It's the first pair of legs, which in all centipedes is modified to insert venom into the prey. In the Scolopendromorpha, also the last pair of legs evolved into a specific structure: a forceps-like defensive organ. The specimen in my footage used mandibles and the modified first legs to clean its antennae and maxillae. Thereby maxillae supported the cleaning of mandibles and antennae. Such cleaning behaviors are important characters of arthropods. All limbs must always work effectively and need to remain viable. The articulations of the mandibles are well visible during these cleaning activities. They move rhythmically. Myriapods generally are often carriers for phoretic mites and nematodes. The specimen in my footage had some very small mites attached to its antennae, legs and its back part of the head. These are specific phoretic stages of astigmatid mites. In this case, the mites represent the Astigmata-family Histiostomatidae. It might be Histiostoma laboratorium, which artificially ascended this Scolopendra specimen under my laboratory conditions. They obviously came from neighbouring mite-cultures into the terrarium of this Scolopendra specimen. It is unknown, which mites Scolopendra cingulata carries under natural conditions. Such a deutonymph needs to be called a "phoretic instar", because it differs from other mite stages of the same species by morphological modifications. They represent adaptations to survive a transport by a bigger arthropod such as our Scolopendra: The mite-cuticle is thicker and protects against desiccation, and different kinds of suckers on the underside of the deutonymphs enable them to hold on to their carriers. The Myriapoda might represent the sister-group of Crustaceans, including the insects. Myriapods possess some archaic characters, such as the homonomous body division into identically shaped segments. Within the Myriapoda a great variability of shapes and ways of living evolved. They breath via a system of chitinous tubes, which are called spiracles. They are well visible in this footage. When the Scolopendra needs to perform insense activities, they additionally support the passive diffusion of oxygen by active breathing movements. They are once visible in this video. The openings, where the air enters the system of spiracles are called stigmata. They are located on the side body of Scolopendra and are well visible in this footage.
Views: 1051 Stefan F. Wirth
Corn School - When to Look out for Millipedes
 
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PRIDE Seeds Ken Currah talks about the danger millipedes represent in soil with high organic matter.
Views: 279 RealAgriculture
Centipede vs Millipede, Chilopoda vs Diplopoda
 
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J'ai eu la chance de filmer ce combat. C'est la première fois que je vois un centipede du genre Luthobius passer à l'attaque. Ma chaine de musiques Arthrolectro: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM8hTvrEYJ8oURiI9pV1r0g/ La première musique dans cette vidéo n'est pas en ligne Seconde musique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXYWav9zI8A Troisième musique : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G2_S2EMB-8 J'ai un petit écosystème personnalisé dans mon terrarium avec des cloportes, Porcellio scaber, Porcellio spinicornis, Oniscus asellus et Trachelipus rathkii. Des iules et des polydesmus comme millipedes et des collemboles. Je vais peut être daire des suivis dessus.
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Class CHILOPODA
 
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entipedes (from Latin prefix centi-, "hundred", and pes, pedis, "foot") are arthropods belonging to the class Chilopoda of the subphylum Myriapoda. They are elongated metameric creatures with one pair of legs per body segment.
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Centipede Myriapoda Chilopoda Geophilomorpha
 
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Centipede Myriapoda Chilopoda Geophilomorpha Copyrights : MrZygy3
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Lithobius
 
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Cleaning behavior and movements of Lithobius forficatus (Germany, Saarland). Putzverhalten und Bewegungsweisen von Lithobius forficatus, Saarland 2010.
Views: 3240 Stefan F. Wirth
Centipede Exploring
 
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A centipede exploring damp soil in a garden in Oxfordshire, UK, Filmed in macro mode, close up and in HD using my Panasonic Lumix TZ8 camera. Thanks for watching! Please comment, rate, share, and subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/quagmi For more in depth information about my videos, please visit the Quagmi website - https://www.quagmi.com
Views: 546 Quagmi
Centipede from Vladivostock with Mite Passangers
 
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They can be found under stones, inside humid soil or rotting wood. Centipedes of the Geophilidae are small arthropods with uncountable many legs, possessing one pair of them per visible segment. As in all centipedes, the first of those pairs of legs is modified into a prehensile organ to catch its prey. Venomous glands inside those specific legs make the caught animals quickly defenceless. Although the whole body morphology reminds to bigger centipedes,such as Scolopendra, the behavior to move is quite different. This footage clearly shows that the geophilid specimen is able to walk forward as well and as elegant than as backwards. When it feels threatened, it starts moving permanently in both directions. Doing so, it is able to break down the outlines of its body, thus being only hardly visible for putative enemies. Additionally predators are prevented to recognize the very sensitive forebody. The mechanism might also be effective when hunting its prey, as geophilids, like all centipedes, represent predators themselves. Myriapoda consist of centipedes and diplopods. Both groups are known as sometimes acting as carriers for mites. Especially mites of the Astigmata can be regularly found on Myriapoda. They do not harm their carriers and appear as passangers instead. It's a dispersal strategy. The specimen from Vladivostock (undetermined species) carried numerous deutonymphs of Acaridae attached to its legs. These mites are well visible in this film in a stereomicroscopic magnification. This geophilid specimen from East Siberia was collected in a so called botanical garden in Vladivostok. Unlike the usual botanical gardens in other areas of the world, this one does not consist of artificial crops, but in fact represents a fenced wilderness, mainly a wooded area. The geophilid was found there inside samples of rotting wood, collected by the colleague Andrei Tolstikov/ Tyumen/ Russia.
Views: 933 Stefan F. Wirth
Baby centipedes in my raised garden bed - 23 April 2016
 
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www.LiveFreeAndAbundant.com - Excited to see these centipedes in my raised garden bed because it means that there is a healthy population of bugs for them to eat.
Views: 4792 Dale Yoshida
Scolopendra hardwickei
 
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Kodachadri trip - Nov 2010 Scolopendra hardwickei described by Newport in the mid XIX century Since then, the latest scientific description of its morphology appeared in 1930 in his work "Dss Tierreich: Myriopoda 2. Scolopendromorpha" by Dr. Graf Attems. For many farmers known as the most beautiful pigmented species. Sam I admit that this is a colored species najokazalej I've ever seen, but unfortunately not available in trade at the moment, Europe has it a person with whom I know. The uniqueness of this species is due to an exceptionally bright and contrasting coloration, alternating red and dark orange and deep black segments with distinct boundary between them, complemented by dark orange turning to red legs, the last two pairs at the ends of the endearingly dark. Adults reach up to 16cm in length. Antennas count 17 or 18 members, of which the first 6-7 is shiny. Occurrence Species are extremely popular in the south Indian peninsula and is very rare on the islands of Nicobar and very, very rare in Sumatra. Synonyms Scolopendra bicolor (Humbert, 1865) Scolopendra histrionica (CL Koch, 1847) Trivia In the interest deserves extremely attractive colors of this species. Segments 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 and the final episodes of last pair of legs are raven black, the other segments of the intensely orange. Temperature and Humidity Day temperatures 22-28 ° C at night from 1918 to 1921 ° C. Relative humidity 70-80%. Terrarium The minimum size for an adult is 30x20 at the base, and height greater than the length of the individual. A thick layer of substrate, preferably peat or coir mixed with sand and vermiculite. Decor is a compulsory part of the water bowl and hide (a piece of bark, stone, etc). Additionally, you can add plants or other design elements as you wish. Multiplication None reported. Development Prepared by: justGreg 2007 based on personal experience and literature: Dr. Graf Attems. 1930. Myriopoda. 2. Das Tierreich - Scolopendromorpha; JGE Lewis. 1981. The biology of centipedes, Cambridge University Press
Views: 11958 Surendra Gowda
Centipede Eats Other Centipede 2
 
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Feeding my centipede (Theatops) another garden centipede.
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Rết / Chilopoda
 
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Vietnamese centipede 2
 
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Spooky scolopendra subspinipes
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Gartenskolopender
 
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Subfilo Myriapoda vídeo 1- Lilian Ferreira
 
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Recorded with ScreenCastify (https://www.screencastify.com), the screen video recorder for Chrome
Views: 1466 Lilian Ferreira
Gartenskolopender "Fütterung"
 
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Skolopender
 
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scolopendra subspinipes
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인왕산 석굴암약수터의 지네 a centipede walking
 
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a centipede in Inwang-san mountain 20120826
Views: 464 Hanwool Kim
Skolopender und andere Hundertfüßer Europas
 
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Views: 986 Wolfgang Dibiasi
Chilopoda (Fuente: Arkive)
 
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Theatops sp. Feeding With Terminal Legs
 
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Watch in 720. Doing spider maintenance today substrate change for the mite infested, so I took the opportunity to tong feed my pede. Grabbed the cricket with it's fangs and then used terminal legs to save the snack for later. Lo siento for the news noise and such. Theatops sp wild caught in the Tampa Bay Area. Would love a species ID.
Views: 386 UnicoCelula
Millipedes Crawling All Over House
 
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Found an interesting surprise as I went to take out the trash. Millipedes are crawling all over my house!
Views: 9750 aquinasreader
Scolopendra
 
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Centipede eating.
Views: 490 Anthony Albano
underground calapila looking thing
 
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underground calapila looking thing found under a brick
Views: 73 Kia Clarke
The dancing centipede.
 
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I found this centipede in my house and grabbed my camera and made an awsome video. :)
Views: 473 Brandon Dee
SoilCam - Millipede Mating
 
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6 hours of Millipede mating reduced to roughly 6 seconds. Video is ~3.2" x 1.8", located approximately 1" into the soil More info at: http://soilcam.blogspot.com
Views: 8253 Josh Williams
Garden centipede care
 
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My version of a Garden centipede care video.
Views: 3315 Animals Kinda
Garden centipede eating roach
 
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This centipede LOVES the roach.
Views: 558 Animals Kinda
Garden Centipede (Chilopoda: Lithobiidae)
 
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This centipede overwintered North Dakota's bitter cold beneath a fallen oak tree at the Turtle River State ParK (09 April 2010).
Views: 2203 Carl Barrentine
stakkels skolopender
 
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Views: 195 Tineravn
Margfætla
 
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Huh
Views: 170 Finnur Magnusson
Long centipede
 
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I found this while digging outside. It moves backwards just as much as it does forward, and can either walk straight or stretch out then suck back in like a worm, leading me to believe that it lives most of it's life underground.
Views: 483 arstood