Another great 2 in 1 finder under one of our coverboards; another Ringneck Snake (our third one of the day) and another lark Tiger Centiped that we found under the same coverboard in a mostly open meadow, bordered by scrub at the top of the hill, and a small ravine at the base of the slope, during a warm (80+ degree F), sunny morning.
Another Tiger Centipede that we found under a coverboard at the site, during a warm (80+ degree F), sunny morning.
A small Tiger Centipede that we found curled up under one of the coverboards at the site, during a warm (80+ degree F), sunny morning.
One of a few Tiger Centipedes that we found under a few coverboards across the site, during a warm (80+ degree F), sunny morning. This specimen specimen measured approximately 10 - 12 cm in length, and was found within a creek bed that is shaded by many Live Oak trees.
Chilling in a Rat Cafe!!
Contains diphacinone (Ratabait from Connovation).
Cormocephalus Rubriceps possible? I know their is two species of large centipedes in New Zealand
Centipedes (from Latin prefix centi-, "hundred", and pes, pedere, "foot") are arthropods belonging to the class Chilopoda of the subphylum Myriapoda. They are elongated metameric creatures with one pair of legs per body segment. Despite the name, centipedes can have a varying number of legs from under 20 to over 300. Centipedes have an odd number of pairs of legs, e.g. 15 or 17 pairs of legs (30 or 34 legs). A key trait uniting this...