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    Scolopendra viridis

    I went hunting a little today................I unearthed 10 Scolopendra viridis very excited to find something so early.............Anyone else catch these here?

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    Re: Scolopendra viridis

    Pictures!! ....haha, cause I uh, dunno what those are! :oops: Man, where did you find them? I guess it's starting to thaw out in some parts of the state.

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    Re: Scolopendra viridis

    LOL there little centipides.............all the pics I try ans post are all giant ...........Ill try to post them later.......Its amazing .............the ground in most spots still very frozen..............yet these guys were still there and very active,very fast. I found some rather large roly-polys as well ..............Im trying to find out if they are a type of isopod or no.........I just got some orange isopods in the mail today, Funny I spent 39 dollars for sixty...............I could have got 100 today for free.............We will see anyone know?..................

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    Re: Scolopendra viridis

    Quote Originally Posted by magikscorps
    LOL there little centipides.............all the pics I try ans post are all giant ...........Ill try to post them later.......Its amazing .............the ground in most spots still very frozen..............yet these guys were still there and very active,very fast. I found some rather large roly-polys as well ..............Im trying to find out if they are a type of isopod or no.........I just got some orange isopods in the mail today, Funny I spent 39 dollars for sixty...............I could have got 100 today for free.............We will see anyone know?..................
    Rolly Pollies are also known as Pill Bugs, and are definitely Isopods.
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