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I have manged to get ONLY one more Scolopendra galapagoensis for sale, wont be getting anymore this is it. Rare and hard to source, Its stunning young centipede just over 7 inch long, and still a lot to grow, these are venomous and have a terrible bite needs to go to someone who understands the creature.

S. gigantea gets more press, but both galapagoensis and gigantea get well over 12" long reports from people state the galapagoensis can reach sizes of up to 60 cm (over 25 in), although these never been proved.

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Collection would be much better for animal, but I can do Special ND delivery for £15.
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How can you tell it is a galapogonensis? I have always wanted one of these but not sure how to tell it apart from a subspinipes at that size.
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How can you tell it is a galapogonensis? I have always wanted one of these but not sure how to tell it apart from a subspinipes at that size.
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How can you tell it is a galapogonensis? I have always wanted one of these but not sure how to tell it apart from a subspinipes at that size.
There are big difference between subspinipes and all most every Scolpendra from South America ( Galapagoenesis, angulata, gigantea ... )

I don't know exact word in English however you can find some small line between the body and head I found some image on this site American Tarantula Society Discussion Board • View topic - gigantea robusta = Scolopendra angulata ?

Just behind the head you can see the small line before

and this is S.s's head picture
172.Scolopendra subspinipes by ~Bullter on deviantART

There are nothing between head and body.

And they may call that part " Ring furrow" or "Anterior transverse suture"

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How can you tell it is a galapogonensis? I have always wanted one of these but not sure how to tell it apart from a subspinipes at that size.

I would not have paid a lot of money for it if I was not certain it was galapogonensis, if you have a eye for detail subspinipes looks nothing like galapogonensis, they have different body and leg colour.
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i will take £290 but that's the lowest, collection is much better
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