Tanzanian Pumpkin Green

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This species is possibly the oldest continuously maintained Spirostreptid stock (circa 1995). I remember seeing captive produced around continuously since that time but cannot verify new lines weren't introduced. Females grow to over 6" (for real, not the 2-4" common exaggeration on millipede lengths). Adults are orange-brown with green margins. The ones pictured here are 2" immatures that don't have adult coloration yet. The species has been traded as Burmese, globular, and #1.
 

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