Category: Millipedes

Ivory Millipede

Ivory Millipede

Chicobolus spinigerus “Archbold” Mixed sizes: $10/each Starter colony (8 mixed): $70 The ivory millipede ranges from the Carolinas south to the Florida Keys. Once split into two species (with spinigerus assigned to the namesake...

Ivory Millipede

Ivory Millipede

Chicobolus spinigerus “Conservation” Mixed sizes: $12/each Starter colony (8 mixed): $80 The ivory millipede ranges from the Carolinas south to the Florida Keys. Once split into two species (with spinigerus assigned to the namesake...

Olive Millipede

Olive Millipede

Tylobolus uncigerus “Cottonwood” Mixed sizes: $15/each Starter colony (8 mixed): $100 Dwelling in forested areas of the United States’ west coast and representing the northernmost member of its genus, the olive millipede is an...

Red Fire Millipede

Centrobolus splendidus Mixed sizes: $20/each Starter colony (8 mixed): $140 Red fire millipedes are a wonderful beginner species for those looking for colorful, hardy, exotic species. They do well under a variety of conditions,...

Giant African Millipede

Archispirostreptus gigas Mixed sizes: $100/each ( Contact for availability ) The giant African millipede is the world’s longest millipede species with some individuals recorded at over 15 inches long. Once commonly imported as pets,...

Leconte’s Feather Millipede

Brachycybe lecontii ( Photo provided by Samson Braden ) Mixed sizes: $7/each Starter colony (8 mixed): $50 Feather millipedes are small, quirky millipedes with a disjunctive species distribution in temperate eastern Asia, coastal western...

Ivory Millipede

Chicobolus spinigerus “Big Pine Key” Mixed sizes: $8/each Starter colony (8 mixed): $60 The ivory millipede ranges from the Carolinas south to the Florida Keys. Once split into two species (with spinigerus assigned to...

American Giant Millipede

Narceus americanus “Wetumpka” Mixed sizes: $15/each (Contact for availability) Starter colony (8 mixed): $100 (Contact for availability) Long-time friend and bug keeper Alan Jeon never disappoints. After sending pictures of some odd looking Narceus...