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Old 20-05-2019, 05:31 PM
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My son had two red fire millipedes (Centrobolous annulatus). Sadly one of which has died. The other one is fine and is about 7-8cm long.

He wants to keep giant african millipedes and I'd like to know if they could be housed with his red fire millipede or if they need to be kept separately?

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Old 20-05-2019, 07:52 PM
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Hi

My son had two red fire millipedes (Centrobolous annulatus). Sadly one of which has died. The other one is fine and is about 7-8cm long.

He wants to keep giant african millipedes and I'd like to know if they could be housed with his red fire millipede or if they need to be kept separately?

Thanks
Absolutely fine. Many different types can be kept together.
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