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Harpaphe haydenia





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Loonszeto
Loonszeto 4 years ago

Thanks zonbon, they must be breeding then.

zonbonzovi
zonbonzovi 4 years ago

I've kept in captivity a couple times...longest I kept adults alive was 7 months although I estimate they can go up to 3 years from hatching to death.

Loonszeto
Loonszeto 4 years ago

Cool! Do these guys live long cause I've seen several over the past few years

zonbonzovi
zonbonzovi 5 years ago

Likely Harpaphe haydeniana(although there are similar looking millipedes)

California, USA

Lat: 38.87, Long: -123.65

Spotted on Jun 22, 2013
Submitted on Jul 24, 2013

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