- Sub Family:
Centipedes: Ethmostigmus Trigonopodus Niger
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Eggs are laid and protected by female
After hatching, leave in isolation and do not disturb in a quiet spot. The pedelings will colour up and start leaving the mother after 70 to 80 days
Average clutch size is 22 to 28
Females can eat babies if not removed from mother when they naturally leave her protection
Keep pedelings communally in a tub with a coir base, bark hiding places and covered with sphagnum moss, feed squats and small crickets