Introduction to Millipedes.
There are about 10 000 named species world wide!
They thrive every where, from the level of the sea,
to the level of 2 500 and 2 800m above the sea level,
specie like Trimerophorella nivicomes and Trimerophorella
niger. Millipedes are strictly plant eaters. They
thrive and breed under mulch, tree litter and bark
gardens, and tend to spend the hotter months in these
places. In the wild they eat rotting vegetation. Millipedes
appear to be above ground creatures, but are known
to occupy the first 10 cm of a soft soil surface.
They are known to live as long as 8-10 years. Great
pets, good for responsible children, and good garbage
disposals for the whole family. The current known
millipede that have the most leggs is Illacme plenipes,
up to 750 legs. The current known millipede that got
the lest amount of legs is Polyxenus lagurus, up to
24 legs. Bouth of Scaphistostreptus seychellarum and
Graphidostreptus gigas are the worlds longest millipedes.
Pink Legged Millipedes
Chocolate Legged Millipedes
Green Body Millipedes
Pink Body Millipedes
Pinky Legged Millipedes
Small Black Millipedes
Small Yellow Stripped Millipedes
Yellow Legged Millipedes