The Giant Redheaded Centipede
The Giant Redheaded Centipede, also known as Scolopendra heros, is one of the largest centipede species in North America. It can grow up to 8 inches in length and is known for its vibrant red head and dark-colored body. These centipedes are typically found in the southern United States and are known for their painful bite, which can cause swelling and discomfort.
The Amazonian Giant Centipede
The Amazonian Giant Centipede, scientifically known as Scolopendra gigantea, is one of the largest centipede species in the world. It is native to the rainforests of South America and can grow up to 12 inches in length. These centipedes are known for their aggressive nature and powerful venom, which they use to subdue their prey.
The Chinese Red Head Centipede
The Chinese Red Head Centipede, also known as the Scolopendra subspinipes, is a large and aggressive centipede species found in various parts of the world, including Asia, Australia, and parts of the Americas. It is known for its red head and dark body, as well as its potent venom. These centipedes are often found in dark, damp environments and are capable of delivering a painful bite.
The Tanzanian Blue Leg Centipede
The Tanzanian Blue Leg Centipede, scientifically named as Ethmostigmus trigonopodus, is a striking centipede species known for its blue legs and dark body. It is native to Tanzania and is often found in leaf litter and other ground debris. While its venom is not as potent as some other species, its bite can still cause pain and discomfort.