Other common names: Tanzanian Blue Legged Centipede; Tanzanian Blue Ringed Centipede; Tanzanian Giant Yellowleg Centipede
Scientific name: Ethmostigmus trigonopodus
The Tanzanian Blue Leg Centipede is native to the eastern African nations of Ethiopia, Sudan and Tanzania. They are an aggressive species and reach an adult length of 4 - 6 inches (12 to 15 cm.).
"Ugly but neat
HANDS OFF! They may not bite and it may not hurt but do you really want to find out. Keep the humidity up with these ones. Probably the creepiest of crawlies I recommend these for adults only (JUST IN CASE). I just witnessed these guys eating their shed skin and it blew my mind. Very cool looking pedes if you are into that sort of thing.."
From Alan Jose Fleming Jul 21 2013 11:08PM