Fragtail Centipedes are aptly named since the last pair of legs have a modification that looks like a flag. This looks pretty cool if you ask me. These critters come from the forest regions of East Africa.
Fragtail Centipedes are usually found under logs and behind bark during the day. They emerge at night to hunt for food. Feeding these centipedes is simple, anything that moves and is small enough to eat! A variety of live feeder insects should be offered such as appropriately sized cockroaches, crickets, locusts, mealworms, waxworms, spiders etc. This centipede is NOT FOR SALE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
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